Japanese Handicapped vehicles are specially designed and modified vehicle for physically disables with special modifications according to the user requirement. The modifications can be in terms of the accessibility into the vehicle or in terms of driving the vehicle
These types of vehicles are generally classified into to four categories according the access it provides to the relevant passenger or driver
Front Access: This modification allows the front seat entry for a disabled person which is to be more precise is next to driver’s seat
Rear Access: This allows the handicapped passenger to occupy the rear section of the vehicle as it allows the access from the rear of the vehicle through ramp or a lift.
Side Access: This allows the passenger to enter the vehicle from the side of the vehicle through ramp or lift platform.
Driver Side Access: This modification allows the special person to drive the car by himself/herself, as the modifications are made by replacing the traditional foot control with the switch controls or joystick