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You should be able to get a car loan anywhere in the U.S., if you have a note from your doctor stating that you are capable of driving and if you own a house or have property and you haven't made past loans and used this up in collateral you could use your home or property as collateral for a car. If you are renting and just have a pension coming in (hopefully a company pension as well) then go for a used car approx. 3 - 5 years old and in good shape rather than a new car. If you have grown children, a nephew or a younger friend have them go with you to check out used vehicles. If your legs have had injuries there is usually a place you can go (some mechanics) that will either put "hand controls" for your brakes/gas where you can reach it. I've seen these types of controls in a car several times in Canada. Good luck! Marcy

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