Unless you are really close to me, you might not know this, but my father is disabled. When he was 2 years old, my dad got polio and has had to use braces and crutches ever since. When I was little, I never realized there was anything wrong with dad, after all, he was able to do all the things other dads did, including drive.
NMEDA is a non-profit organization that provides consumers with assistance in finding NMEDA dealers. Since no 2 people have the exact same needs when it comes to their disability, NMEDA dealers assess the needs of each person and based on individual needs, make suggestions in regards to handicap equipment that can be installed in vehicles in order to make it possible for those affected by various issues to have the independence to drive themselves.
In addtion, they have a QAP or Quality Assurance Program which is a nationally accredited program to ensure customer satisfaction. On the website, http://nmeda.org you can link to their Facebook page, Twitter page or even follow their blog.
If you are interested in finding out about NMEDA dealerships in your area, simply go to the website, put you zip code in the dealer locator box and see how many you can come up with. I found 4 within a 25 mile radius.
I'm glad to know that NMEDA is around for people like my dad, making it possible to do things like my dad did with me: take me to school, drive me to the movies and take me to the river fishing.