On the road to autonomy with a “licence-free car”
The Don Bosco organisation has already led a number of initiatives for mobility-deprived people, including:
– a socially-responsible driving school,
– supervised driving,
– connecting people with mobility platforms for the hire of vehicles and scooters.
The project is to acquire an engine-powered light quadricycle vehicle equipped with dual controls, the aim being to provide an alternative driving-licence training solution for people in difficult situations (the employees of sheltered sector companies, people with minimum social benefits) by putting them in real learning situations similar to conventional training courses. Very few organisms currently provide this kind of training.
Other projects social inclusion
A socially-responsible food store has been opened at the Cité des Escourtines development in the 11th arrondissement of Marseilles. To ensure smooth supply, the store has called on the Foundation to obtain aid and acquire a refrigerated vehicle.Read more
The objective is to set up a reinforced mobile social-educational support and mediation service to reach out to young people in difficulty in rural areas. A vehicle is vital to the success of this mission. A number of difficulties have been...Read more