Did you know that more than 1,50,000 of India’s population uses a wheelchair. Yet, Wheelchair Accessible Taxi services in India are very few.
Nearly 20% of India’s population has a disability that limits one or more activities of daily living one of the major being, commuting or travels.
This not only curtails one’s movement further but also acts as a deterrent in one’s desire to travel.
Ability On Wheels, a premium taxi wheelchair service in Ahmedabad, India, is committed to providing premium Wheelchair Accessible Taxi Service and offering to the public it serves with the safest, most professional and courteous wheelchair accessible taxi service available.
So who are the people who can use these services?
a) People with permanent disabilities:
Often using electric or manual wheelchairs, those who need to travel on a regular basis or on occasioncan book a wheelchair accessible taxi via Ability On Wheels, Ahmedabad.
b) Those with medical conditions:
People who maybe temporarily using the wheelchair also need to commute. These could be those attending rehabilitation services of hospitals, people with leg fractures or other situations where people may be confined to a wheelchair owing to medical issues.
c) Those looking to travel:
With our wheelchair accessible taxi, you can now explore the world beyond your city. If you are looking to travel for social, leisure or work related purposes, our wheelchair accessible taxi services can be extremely useful to you. Ability On Wheels Wheelchair Accessible Taxi Services can be rented to travel out of Ahmedabad as well.
d) Senior citizens with special needs:
It’s not unknown that senior citizens acquire special requirements and might need to use the wheelchair sometimes. Our taxi service can be called for assistance for their commuting needs.
Ability On Wheels Wheelchair Accessible Taxi Services at all times aspires to provide its services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. Being one of it’s kind Wheelchair Accessible Taxi Services in India, we hope to better the lives of those who use the wheelchair.