Special equipment might be required on a motor vehicle to compensate for certain disabilities a customer may have. Information on special requirements will be provided by the Medical Affairs. A physician's letter may be required for medical clearances or special equipment.
In some instances, adaptive driving equipment may be necessary to allow a customer to drive. Adaptive driving specialists may be able to help. Customers should check their local listings for schools that specialize in adaptive equipment. Interested customers should talk with their physicians about any physical limitations that may affect their ability to operate a motor vehicle safely. If adaptive equipment is necessary, the Registry of Motor Vehicles may require a competency road test to assess for the safe use of the equipment.