United Access offers a variety of disabled driver steering aids, controls, equipment, and wheelchair van accessories for sale. To ensure the appropriate driving aids are prescribed, be sure to have an evaluation by a Certified Driving Rehabilitation Specialist to ensure physical and cognitive capability of operating a motor vehicle. There are two typical parts to a driving evaluation: a clinical assessment and an on the road assessment. To be eligible for an on the road assessment a client must be 16 years of age or older, have a valid driver’s license or temporary permit, and be one year seizure free or have a medical physician release.
United Access has cultivated great relationships with Certified Driving Rehabilitation Specialists in all our markets through the years. It is important that each potential driver be evaluated for the safety of the individual, as well as the safety of the other drivers on the road. If you are interested in becoming a driver, United Access can put you in contact with a Driver Evaluator in your local area.
United Access offers many different types of driving aids and hand controls from manufacturers including Creative Controls Inc., MPS Corporation, Mobility Products & Design, Sure Grip, Mobility Innovations, EMC, Bever Mobility, and more. Our Mobility Technicians are trained and certified to install and service hand controls and other handicap automotive equipment from every industry leading manufacturer.
Contact us for more information on handicap driving controls, wheelchair van accessories and mobility equipment.
Check with your manufacturer at time of purchase to confirm details on amount of reimbursement and documentation needed to claim reimbursement. Be sure to check out our list of available manufaturer rebates available.
Reach out to your provider to confirm the details of your policy. Many providers will reimburse a percentage of the cost after purchase or allow for use of HSA and FSA plans toward the cost of your mobility products.
Yes, you need a valid driver’s license.
Yes, a prescription can be obtained through a Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist
through clinical assessment and behind the wheel assessment.