Before Shopping for a Mobility Vehicle
Contact Your State Driver-Licensing Agency
In most states, a person is required to report a change in their medical status to the state driver-licensing agency. A medical review may be conducted. In many cases, driving privileges may be retained without restrictions. For more information, visit dmv.org.1
Contact a Driver Evaluator for an Evaluation
Before selecting a vehicle, people who have limited mobility, as well as those who need a wheelchair accessible vehicle, should consult with a driver evaluator, an aftermarket mobility equipment installer and their GM dealer.
A comprehensive disability driving evaluation will most likely include but is not limited to:
- A review of your medical and driving history as well as your driver's license status.
- Your general knowledge, including an on-road performance evaluation in an appropriately modified vehicle.