What is the best car for a person recovering from a hip replacement?

What is the best car for a person recovering from a hip replacement?

Asked on 5 August 2019 by Ian Pirie

Answered by Andrew Brady
You could look at a crossover SUV like a Honda HR-V or Suzuki Vitara. They have slightly higher driving seats with easy access. If you'd prefer something smaller, consider a Honda Jazz.
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