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  1. Check all ten safety tips from AARP to find out how you can drive more safely as your vision changes over your lifetime. Visit 10 Vision Safety Tips for Older Drivers...

  2. Information about mass transit for people who are blind or visually impaired. Visit Accessible Mass Transit...

  3. Easter Seal’s Project ACTION’s pocket guide gives transit riders tips for planning a trip. The guide includes spaces for writing your destination; your bus, train or vehicle numbers; fare costs and contact...

  4. A state by state list of vehicle loan and donation programs that help low-wage earners and their families buy a car. Programs are available for older workers, Veterans and military families and...

  5. Find information about companies that provide transportation, including paratransit services and accessible taxis, in your state. Visit Find a Ride - Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association (TLPA)...

  6. Provides suggestions on alternative transportation options for older adults, including volunteer driver programs, paratransit service, door-through-door (escort) service, public transit/fixed route service, taxi service and transportation vouchers programs. Also covers...

  7. Information from AARP on warning sign you or your older loved ones should limit or stop driving, plus other tips and resources on older driver safety. Visit Keeping Loved Ones Safe on...

  8. This is an educational program for older adults that helps them find out if their vehicle fits their needs. At a CarFit event, trained technicians or health professionals work with participants to make sure that...

  9. Consider taking a driver safety course to make sure you know the current driving rules and how to drive more safely in today's challenging driving environment. You'll also learn how...

  10. Tips from AARP on filing travel complaint that will get results against airlines, hotels, rental car companies and other travel services providers. Visit How to File the Perfect Travel Complaint...

  11. Provides links to transit agencies for cities, towns and counties across the United States. Visit Find U.S. City, Town, County & State Transit Agencies...

  12. FTA's Office of Civil Rights is responsible for making sure that transportation providers follow Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act transportation regulations. Use this form to report a complaint about...

  13. This guidebook for older drivers describes age-related changes that can impact the ability to drive safely, gives driving tips to make it safer for older drivers and provides transportation alternatives...

  14. If you have a disability, it may not be possible for you to drive a conventional car or van. But there are ways to modify a vehicle to suit your needs....

  15. There are many private organizations and government agencies that can connect you to programs in your community. Available services may include emergency financial assistance, legal help and health care. Visit Finding Help...

  16. LawHelp.org provides information and resources to help you understand legal issues and solve legal problems. Learn about federal, state and local laws and the difference between criminal and civil cases. You can also...

  17. Provides contact information and organizations that you can contact to find out about getting money to help you buy accessible vehicles and/or adaptive equipment. Visit Funding Resources for Accessible Vehicles &...

  18. Information from the CDC relating to air travel, bringing service animals on flights, cruise ship access for people with disabilities and other travel-related resources. Find more travelers' health information, including advice on...

  19. This U.S. Department of Transportation program provides funding to help private, nonprofit groups meet the transportation needs of the elderly and people with disabilities when transportation is unavailable, insufficient or...

  20. Information and resources from that Center for Parent Information and Resources that address transportation issues for people with disabilities. This information is for transportation providers and travel training instructors. Visit Resources for Transportation...

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