Car Accessories for the Disabled
Decorating one's car with accessories has become a common practice these days. People treat cars like a movable home and aspire to make it as comfortable, beautiful and full of all modern day luxuries as possible.
Right from plush interiors, curtains to swanky devices and gadgets (like a music system and a navigation system), tailor made car mats, accessories for hand brakes, steering wheel and the gear, the security alarm system and many more. The list is absolutely endless.
All these car accessories make the journey pleasant and comfortable, both for the driver as well as the passengers. But, for old and disabled people, even the best of accessories cannot provide the required comfort while travelling in a car.
Now car accessory manufacturing companies have come up with car accessories especially designed for ensuring that old and disabled people enjoy their car journey as much as others.
For people with a spine problem or a hip surgery, getting into the car can be a problem. For some the car doors have to be wider to get in laterally. People with weak muscles may have problems opening heavy doors or pushing down the accelerator.
For these people, there are special provisions and car accessories incorporated in a car to make it easier fro them to get inside operate or control the car.
Now they have doors in cars that can open with just a small push of the button. For wheelchair bound people, space has also been created in cars to either substitute seats with wheelchairs or to have enough space in the trunk to store or carry a wheelchair. There are also certain car accessories that help old people with age related problems like loss of vision and hearing and even mobility issues.
These unique car accessories have not only helped disabled people enjoy their car rides like others, but have also aided old people to get behind the wheel with confidence.
About the author:
Alexus Devon is a automobile writer specializing in automobile and car accessories products and has written authoritative articles on the Car Accessories industry. He has done his Master in Business Administration.
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