Ford Focus Coupe For The Disabled

My family has always been a Ford family. My husband has a 1999 Ford f-150. My husband can no longer lift me up into his truck. Coupe of years ago I purchased a used 2003 Monte Carlo. It had wide doors for my husband to help me get in and out into my wheelchair. But in 2000 I hurt in left shoulder and unable to get in and out of a car by myself. Therefore losing my independence to drive myself. Is there a way for Ford to help the disable by leaving out the drivers seat and lower it where the disable can drive without getting out of their wheelchair. Being disable is hard as it is. We can also be more independent if we had a reasonable cost of a car that we can afford so that we do not have to depend on someone else to do for us. I have been disable for 50 years. I drove a Festiva for 13 years where my and a friend fixed it for me to drive. Now, I am asking you to look into matter because think how many disable people could finally get a job.

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