Teens with disabilities use adapted driving equipment and specialized strategies to learn to drive although every licensed driver must pass the same driver assessment.

Read more at Suite101: Driver Ed for Teens with Disabilities: Adapted Cars and Driving Strategies http://www.suite101.com/content/driver-ed-for-teens-with-disabilities-a65474#ixzz14yov7d4Q

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