Accessibility Tools

Cartoon image of a young girl in the park looking sad

Here is a cartoon version about all you might need to know about Thalassaemia.

Man getting onto a motor bike from his wheelchair

A video about accessible self -driving for people with disabilities.

Inside of a modified car

Capital Special Vehicles' nifty hand controls, make self drive from wheelchairs possible.They provide quadriplegic driving controls, paraplegic driving controls and other driving aids as required.

Man sitting in front of window

Meet Rocky Mileto, who suffered an injury playing Rugby. His vehicle modifications have allowed him to drive the family van. These include paraplegic driving controls, self drive from wheelchair and ramps for wheelchairs.

Capital Special Vehicles, registered in 1991, has over two decades experience in the manufacture and modification of wheelchair accessible cars in Melbourne. They provide a range of passenger and driving adaptions.

Man in a wheelchair in a workshop

Sean,is helping to serve the needs of those with mobility challenges. His inspirational story provides a good overview of hand controls and how they assist in providing wheelchair accessible vehicles to the mobility challenged in the community.

Lady in wheelchair with her horse

At 16 Melissa was involved in a car accident, this is her story of how she regained her independence and got her Drivers Licence back. Thanks to an Abiloader.

Man driving a truck

Paul Malloy is a T7 quadraplegic who sustained his injury in a trucking accident. This is his story how he got back on the road and behind the wheel.

Modified car

Freedom Motors Australia have been converting standard vehicles into wheelchair accessible vehicles since 1997. They can carry out wheelchair conversions on a wide range of models to create wheelchair vans and wheelchair accessible taxis.

People on an Escalator

For some commuters, what constitutes a simple journey for abled-bodied individuals can be a frustrating and bewildering experience.