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Wheels to Work Scheme North East Lincs. (Scooter Hire Scheme) - Current Project

26th June 2017

Contact the Wheels to Work scheme to see how they can help you.  The project co-ordinator will talk to you about your transport problems and identify possible solutions. If no suitable public / college transport exists a scooter could, subject to certain terms and conditions being met, be made available for you to hire.

To be eligible to hire a scooter you would have to meet the following general conditions:

  • The daily journeys must be a reasonable distance for a scooter (5 - 20 Miles)
  • No other forms of public or private transport should be available
  • Transport must be required to access employment, education and/or training
  • You must live in North East Lincolnshire
  • You must hold a valid driving licence and where applicable a current CBT certificate

Candidates approved for the Scooter Hire Scheme will receive a scooter for up to 26 weeks. Insurance, tax and servicing are provided by the project.

For full details on the terms and conditions, including hire cost and equipment supplied, please contact the Wheels to Work project Co-ordinator.

Telephone 01652 637700 Text: 07983 479362

Email: info@hwrcc.org.uk 

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