#1
Recently on an educational trip to Italy with a bunch of kids from my school, one of my best friends tragically fell off a balcony. Luckily it was first story and he did not die, but he will be paraplegic for the rest of his life. Our community wants to get him a handicap accessible vehicle, but they don't want it to be a van because they want him to ride in style. It would make a lot more sense if you knew him well, but that's beside the point. Does anyone know of any places or vehicles that I might be able to look at, or maybe other beneficial information? Or if you would like to donate/learn more please let me know.
#2
just get any old car and go on pimp my ride
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#3
Vans are usually the best because their interiors are tall which help when someone's trying to get a wheel chair in. I'm pretty sure they can put the hand controls on just about anything though.
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#4
pimp my ride for sure. just send in a video and a sob story
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