At present cars are not accessible to people with disabilities. To be accessible, vehicles need to be altered, often in very significant ways, to allow people with mobility problems to drive or to travel as a passenger. These adaptations are often expensive and not easily afforded by many people with disabilities. 

This report was compiled to provide an overview of the systems in different countries where the EMG has members and shows, in a striking way, how different the national schemes are.

Current Interactions, Vulnerabilities, and Recommendations


EMG has commissioned this report from UTAC to give members and all involved in adaptation a better 
understanding of what cybersecurity means and what its implications are for adaptation companies. The 
report shows that a major challenge for adapters and for EMG is to develop closer cooperation with 
manufacturers so that the risks of excluding people from driving are minimized.