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May
25
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TFL have launched a new badge to help people who are less able to stand to get a seat across their transport network when they need one.
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May
24
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In order to address the problem of challenging access to off-street car parks Disabled Motoring UK introduced the Disabled Parking Accreditation (DPA)
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May
23
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Gone are the days when people with disabilities could hardly enjoy a road trip and long distance travels. With reputable companies like Premier Mobility Cars providing vehicles that are customised to facilitate smooth 'disabled travel,' it is now easier for people with physical limitations to go sightseeing and globe-trot.
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Apr
28
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Disabled people hit by the government’s benefit reassessment programme will be able to keep their Motability vehicles for up to six months while they appeal against losing their eligibility, thanks to a new series of measures.
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Apr
26
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If you own a mobility or disability car, then your rights regarding your parking space, can sometimes seem a little bit confusing. For this reason, the government has created the Blue Badge scheme, with which you will be able to comfortably park your vehicle as close as possible to your intended destination, and sometimes even in spots where you would otherwise be prohibited from using.
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Apr
18
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Buying Guide
Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles or WAV are specially designed automobiles that make it possible for individuals with disabilities to use their wheelchairs in the cars without having to transfer to the seat of the vehicle.
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Apr
13
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New legislation means taxi and private hire drivers could face fines or lose their taxi licences if they discriminate against the disabled.
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Mar
29
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The lengths to which various establishments and premises in London go to facilitate accessibility to people with disabilities vary across the city. While it's true that more and more establishments are making an effort to make it easier for people with disability (especially those using wheelchairs) to easily move within them, there's still room for improvement in the transport sector. It should be stated, though, that a large percentage of London is now accessible to disabled individuals in various ways.
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Mar
27
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Alexe Mayuko is the first person to achieve a bungee jump with a wheelchair
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Mar
24
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If you need a wheelchair accessible vehicle that can accommodate any wheelchair size and type, buy the Volkswagen Caddy Maxi. The manufacturer of the vehicle has factored in the size of the wheelchair, height of occupant and nature of medical equipment that would be needed when travelling. Trips taken in this vehicle are sure to be safe and stress-free.
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