Go Baby Go is a national community-based research design and outreach program that provides modified ride-on cars for children with limited mobility. The modified toy cars provide children with disabilities an opportunity to play with their peers more easily. Being carried from one place to another or being pushed in a stroller is different from exploring one’s environment more independently. Power wheelchairs for children under three can cost thousands of dollars and are often not covered by health insurance policies. Since there are no commercially available devices for children with mobility issues to get around on their own, these modified cars provide them independence at a relatively low cost. One way in which cars are modified include the addition of an easy access switch which is generally placed on the steering wheel. The switch requires only a light touch and allows children to bypass the foot pedal to make the car move. Other car adaptations include supportive seating and external frames for postural support. Currently Girl 2.0 Go Baby Go chapter has two different programs that focus on modifying ride-on toy cars and toys. Please email us if you are interested in getting one for you child or finding out more about this program.