In a remarkable collaboration, Disability Action recently sold a specially adapted vehicle to Foyle School of Motoring, opening new doors for individuals facing diverse challenges in the Northwest. This venture is not just about a transaction; it symbolises a commitment to providing driving opportunities for everyone.


Empowering Driving Experiences

The adapted vehicle comes equipped with features such as a left foot accelerator, hand controls, and an infrared system, making it accessible for individuals with various needs. This initiative is a significant step towards fostering inclusivity in driving education and empowering those who may face additional challenges.


A Partnership Rooted in Support

Jim Doyle, the owner of Foyle School of Motoring, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, "It is great to be able to continue our work in the Northwest, providing opportunities to drive for people with a range of challenges. This has only been possible with the support and partnership of Disability Action."


The collaboration between Disability Action and Foyle School of Motoring highlights the importance of community support and partnership in creating positive change. It is a testament to how organisations can work together to break down barriers and ensure that opportunities are extended to everyone, regardless of their unique circumstances.


Looking Ahead: A Future of Accessibility

As we celebrate this successful collaboration, we look forward to a future where driving is an accessible experience for all. Disability Action and Foyle School of Motoring hope to continue this partnership for many years, further expanding opportunities and breaking down barriers to driving education in the Northwest.


This story exemplifies the power of collaboration in making positive changes in our communities. Disability Action remains committed to creating a world where everyone, regardless of their abilities, can experience the freedom and independence that driving offers.


Stay tuned for more updates on our journey to promote inclusivity and accessibility in driving education. Together, we can drive change and create a more inclusive world for everyone.

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