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Traveling by Auto When You Have a Disability

When you have a chronic illness or disability, driving in your personal vehicle offers many comforts that other modes of transportation cannot. Whether you wish to visit relatives in the next town or travel across country for work or pleasure, this section you will give you tips and strategies for getting in and out of the car, staying comfortable, suggestions on what to take along with you, and more that will make traveling by automobile safer and easier.

"Thanks to the Interstate Highway System, it is now possible to travel from coast to coast without seeing anything."  ~   Charles Kuralt

Auto Travel
A check file organizer keeps travel documents handy
  For long trips, use a check file organizer with divider tabs to keep all your travel information...

Pack active toys when traveling by car
  When you travel by car with children or dogs, plan for active rest breaks...

Travel tip - pack a small bag with meds, snacks, etc.
  If you have a disability, or even if you don't, be prepared for delays while traveling.

Travel with premoistened towelettes
  Whenever you travel, take along a full box of tissues and a box of premoistened towelettes.They...

AutoMate cleans the air in your car
  If you have asthma, a respiratory illness, or chemical sensitivity, a negative ion air filter…

Stay warm when traveling with electric car blanket
  Use a specially designed electric car blanket for extra warmth in the car

Support your head and neck with a travel pillow
  To support your head while recovering, resting, or traveling, use a travel pillow to prevent your...


   
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