Without sight since birth, Wesley Majerus never imagined he'd have the chance to
drive a car on his own.
"On my 16th birthday, I was kind of bummed. But you realize it's one of those things you can't change," he said. "You adapt to the techniques of blindness."
But, earlier this month, the 28-year-old access technology expert for the National Federation of the Blind became the first blind person to drive a vehicle that does not require sight.
Designed by a team of students at the Virginia...Full Story