This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I decide to buy a new product I eventually end up browsing about it before I make my final purchase, be it product or joining a university for my studies or anything of that sort. Most of us opt to buy things that is of high standard which we get to know from our peers or through other reviewers who have used the product and most importantly if the product has been accredited, most of us would feel satisfied on buying it because it is tried and tested.
When we put in so much of errort in buying any product, this concern would be more when there would be any necessity to purchase driving equipment for specially abled people. Not all specially abled people are the same, each of their needs differ. NMEDA is a non- profir organisation who helps in aiding the consumers to make the right choice when it comes to buying driving equipments for disabled people.
NMEDA does not sell anything, it is a regulatory board and its members have to adhere to safety standards of National Highway traffic administration.
NMEDA has both dealers as well as Quality Assurance Programs, these are the only one nationally acclaimed for adaptive mobility equipment industry. It is based on the principlpe that organisations should have a systematic and documented approach to quality. You can check out at http://www.nmeda.org by keying in your pincode to find your nearest NMEDA dealer and you could also post it in the comment section of this blog post.
What better could you provide to people with special challenges than their freedom to move around in a comfortable way.