Rentals of two-wheelers and passenger cars were well received in
Out of nearly 4 million Poles who have a disability certificate about 200,000 have the licenses to drive vehicles. Even fewer have their own car. The reason in most cases is the same - funds. Firstly, for the purchase of a vehicle, secondly for a specialist adaptation that can consume even tens of thousands of zlotys.
To meet the needs of people with reduced mobility, the Motor Transport Institute established in 2015 the Automotive Service Centre for People with Disabilities - the first institution in
- As part of extending the Centre's offer, we will prepare a pilot car-sharing platform scheme operating in
The car-sharing platform for the disabled will be created in cooperation with the
- As a university, we are open to all innovations. At the same time, we want to eliminate barriers that prevent people with disabilities from actively participating in social life. One of such obstacles is the lack of specialized mobility. I am convinced that cooperation with the Motor Transport Institute is the foundation of a much needed project that connects people in its idea - emphasized the rector of the University, Rev. Prof. Stanisław Dziekoński.
The letter of intent, which is an expression of the will to cooperate for a modern car-sharing platform for people with reduced mobility, was signed on September 3, 2018.
The purpose of the agreement is to undertake activities by UKSW and MTI in the scope of creating a national, dedicated transport service with a rental profile, intended for disabled people, called "Mobi-ON".
According to the assumptions, the platform will provide pilot transport services in