I actually have a customer that has a prosthetic right leg that rides a Harley Ultra Classic, approx 850 pound bike. The brake system on the bike was custom built to run the ftront and rear brakes using the front brake hand lever. The man has one leg, he is handicapped and has disabled person plates on ALL his vehicles.
My cousin rides, he took a piece of schrapnel in his hip from an IED in Falluja, it hurts him to walk, but he can ride his bike wherever he want....with disabled person plates. He carries his cane clipped to his bike like the tv character "House".
I have seen handicapped people riding with Oxygen masks on, obviously due to lung or heart issues, although I never took notice their plates, I saw this while riding.
Use your brain and THINK....there are hundreds of things that can cause a disabilty.
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