Yes, a sedan or truck can work for individuals with disabilities; however, you must do your research. Start with a mobility dealer, specifically a NMEDA Quality Assurance Program™ (QAP) dealer. They can connect individuals to a certified driver rehabilitation specialist (CDRS) who will determine the specific equipment needed for someone to drive. The dealer then uses this information to complete the necessary modifications to the vehicle. Also, the dealer can direct buyers to information on funding options, and they provide the proper facilities to maintain and repair the vehicle. They even offer 24-hour mechanical service.