Creation of a carsharing system for people with disabilities
The APEI organisation of parents of children with special needs in the Thionville region has developed a project aimed at enhancing the autonomy of member adults and increasing their employment opportunities and quality of life through a carsharing service with licence-free vehicles.
The process of training to obtain the AM licence (for mopeds and quads) will comprise several steps.
First, the APEI organisation will be involved prior to AM training (pedestrian and bike training), ensuring the monitoring of the knowledge acquired. Each beneficiary will then be offered driving experience in a quadricycle, before going on to take their AM licence test.
The training costs will be handled by the participants. After they obtain their licence, the individuals in question will be able to borrow a licence-free vehicle. People with disabilities residing in an ESAT centre for the employment of people with disabilities will take care of inspecting the vehicle on handover and return and be responsible for washing the vehicle.share this project
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