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Quadriplegic Driving: Hand Controls 101

[fa icon="calendar'] November 02, 2017 / by Tiffiny Carlson posted in Spinal Cord Injuries, driving

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One of the coolest things that is still possible after a spinal cord injury (SCI) is being able to drive a car. With hand controls, the open roads are still accessible to us. But don't worry, the controls aren't as difficult to use as you might think. With a little bit of patience and arm movement, you, too, can learn how to drive using hand controls. Read up on the basics below, so you can be prepared to drive yourself (and soon).

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