Ethiopian 10th-grade student created a new version of the car

Ethiopian 10th-grade student created a new version of the car. The car can be driven by disables.

When you’re in the market for a car, there are a lot of factors to consider: affordability, number of seats, amount of cargo space, mileage, where you’ll be driving and how often… But for those who have (or care for someone who has) a chronic illness or disability, you may need to consider additional features or accommodations. For instance, someone with chronic pain may require super comfortable, heated seats, while someone with a disability who uses a mobility aid may need to consider how easy it is to get in and out of the car, and whether there’s enough room to fit larger aids such as wheelchairs or walkers.

If this is the case for you and your family, then who better to turn to for advice and recommendations than your fellow chronic warriors? To help those of you in the market for a car that’s both comfortable and accessible, we asked our Mighty community which cars they recommend for others with illnesses, pain conditions or disabilities. Everyone has different needs based on their family, lifestyle and health condition(s), but hopefully some of the following suggestions can be help you in your search.

1. Volkswagen Golf GTI
2. Dodge Grand Caravan
3. Nissan Versa
4. Acura RDX
5. Jeep Renegade Sport
6. Chevrolet Sonic
7. Kia Soul
8. Chevrolet (Holden) Trax
9. Subaru Forester
10. Ford Escape