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Three-year-old Savannah Healton, who has spina bifida, received a taste of freedom when she drove a small electric car customized for children with mobility problems at Chicagoland Speedway through the Go Baby Go! project.

Three-year-old Savannah Healton, who has spina bifida, received a taste of freedom when she drove a small electric car customized for children with mobility problems at Chicagoland Speedway through the Go Baby Go! project.

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Customized cars give disabled kids taste of mobility

Tiffany Breen stood in the bay of garage No. 1 at Joliet’s Chicagoland Speedway Thursday, finding it hard to believe that her daughter would get her first taste of mobility thanks to a program she didn’t even know existed two weeks earlier.