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Driving Options For All

Driving options for all

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For most wheelchair users a modified vehicle costing up to $80,000 is their only option.

Such financial challenges have barred many wheelchair users from driving a car at all, and eco-friendly transport was surely out of the question.

Then along came the Kenguru, the first low-speed electric vehicle designed specifically for wheelchair users.

The Kenguru (pronounced “kangaroo”) can accommodate one passenger seated in his or her wheelchair for a range of up to 60 miles. The Kenguru has only a single door to the rear of the vehicle for direct wheelchair access. It’s opened by remote control.

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