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Exell Enterprises
4585 Hereford St, Detroit, MI 48224
(313) 640-9096
Wilson Assisted Transportation
3100 Hilton Rd, Ferndale, MI 48220
(248) 546-7314
Vga Inc
24562 Romano St, Warren, MI 48091
(586) 427-2800
Able Wheelchair Van Service
Detroit, MI 48220
(248) 321-7876
Classic Care Transportation
16243 Lesure St, Detroit, MI 48235
(313) 340-0966
Universal Macomb Ambulance Service
13406 E 9 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48089
(586) 274-2900
Reddi-Ride Transportation Inc
23077 Greenfield Rd, Southfield, MI 48075
(248) 559-2500
Renali Transport
25181 Dequindre Rd, Madison Heights, MI 48071
(248) 629-9909
Regal Medical Transportation
12130 Dixie, Redford, MI 48239
(313) 255-8771
Mobility Works
1965 E Avis Dr, Madison Heights, MI 48071
(248) 577-1487
All Exclusive Transportation
13251 Carol Ave., Warren, MI 48088
Non-emergency transportation service for auto accident and workmen's comp. We are mdot registered and licensed, certified and also fully insured, professional transport services.
(586) 855-9850
Total Transportation Services
16124 E 12 Mile Rd, Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 498-0000
Shamrock Cab Co
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 771-1111
Jackie's Taxi
30307 Sutherland Ave, Warren, MI 48088
(586) 778-6315
Ultimate Care Transportation LLC
15214 Common Rd, Roseville, MI 48066
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(586) 447-9050
 
User Review: "Do not call them if you are disabled...Their fees r higher than reg cabs! besides, the onwer is rude, unhelpful, and he..." - Kimberly (MI)


Those with disabilities know how difficult getting around can be, especially when living independently. Wheelchair ramps and handicap parking make things easier for citizens, but these support services have not always existed. While the first wheelchair patent was registered in 1869, it wasn't until 1973 that disability transportation options became available under federal law. Handicap parking stickers came into existence at that time along with anti-discrimination laws. In 1976, the first suit was filed against public buses who receive federal funding to make all of their transit buses wheelchair accessible. It wasn't until the 1990s that children were given the same consideration, making access to public school shuttle equipment open to everyone. Over time, many decision-makers have threatened to revise or revoke privileges given to those in the disability community, but the Americans with Disabilities Act has made things much easier in the care and transport of persons with medical issues. Still, unless you can drive your own vehicle, many adults with disabilities and elderly folks have difficulties getting help from home to their appointments. Many companies have sprung up around the country to offer an alternative form of transport from public transit for non-emergency medical transport with their custom built mobile cars and vans. Any adult or elderly person can rent these coaches and their drivers to assist them to and from the hospital if necessary. If emergency transit is necessary for sick or injured individuals, all local and state run emergency vehicles are outfit to aid those with any possible needs.
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