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The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) is a nonprofit trade association proudly representing the Automotive Mobility Industry.

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CONSUMERS

Interested in wheelchair accessible vehicles & adaptive equipment? We’ve got you covered.

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AUTO MOBILITY PROFESSIONALS

Dealers, manufacturers and other mobility providers, this is your home.

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PARTNERS

Our friends in the allied health professions, Voc Rehab, VA and all our partners serving folks with disabilities.

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NMEDA NEWS & EVENTS

October 12, 2021

NEW DATES: January 15-17, 2022
NMEDA Annual Conference

Due to concerns for the health and safety of our attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and guests, the ADED and NMEDA boards of directors moved on September 14 to reschedule the ADED & NMEDA Conferences and Auto Mobility Expo to January 15-17, 2022 in Columbus, Ohio.

October 10, 2021

All About Lifts: How to Find the Best Option for You

Driving around town in a wheelchair accessible vehicle custom-suited to your unique needs might seem a prize too steep to attain, but with more and more […]

September 25, 2021

Mobility My Way: A Planner and Pioneer of What’s Possible

Tricia Downing is a planner. More specifically, she’s that special proactive type who always likes to look and think five steps ahead so that she will […]

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National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA)

National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA)

NMEDA is a non-profit trade association made up of auto mobility dealers, industry partners and rehabilitation professionals dedicated to helping folks with disabilities drive or be transported safely.

Did you know recycled LEGO bricks will be used to construct wheelchair ramps at the Munich 2022 event?

They will be used to showcase the need to have better facility accessibility for those with disabilities. What's the coolest thing you've built with LEGOs? 👉 bit.ly/3oZs3CO
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Did you know recycled LEGO bricks will be used to construct wheelchair ramps at the Munich 2022 event? 

They will be used to showcase the need to have better facility accessibility for those with disabilities. Whats the coolest thing youve built with LEGOs? 👉 https://bit.ly/3oZs3CO

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That is so cool to answer the question of both the coolest thing I've ever built was a 4 ft tall robot with moving arms and legs

Cool!

Michael Feger Jr.

Awesome!

Jon Vest Amy Vest Burnette Roger Vest

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