I suppose he received a lifetime supply of Duracell batteries for doing this ad. Wonderful story about triumph over adversity.
All this needs is Google’s Autonomous Driving System built in and I would be fine. I have a bad startle reflex so driving has not been an option for me.
I understand why the cab companies do this, but they should be able to bend the rules for an emergency.
Booking a last-minute taxi is impossible for Aucklanders confined to wheelchairs, a Herald on Sunday survey has revealed. And when they do get a taxi, they are charged extra.
The newspaper was contacted by mum-of-four Rachel Peterson, who has muscular dystrophy. She discovered how hard it was to get a taxi when she was pregnant and using an electric wheelchair. “They charge double and you have to book 24 hours in advance. What do you do if your baby is sick?
Consumer Watch: Taxis deny disabled – National – NZ Herald News
I understand why the cab companies do this, but they should be able to bend the rules for an…
I found this discussion about Ableism very thought provoking.
Two silvers and a bronze today. Looks like the pool is going to be the golden pond for us!
Here are the videos from Youtube. Only from the pool unfortunately 😦