Published: July, 2020
Volunteer drivers provide a vital lifeline to help people without transport to get out and about. Volunteers use their own cars to take passengers to a variety of destinations, e.g. health appointments, to do their shopping, attend lunch clubs and to visit friends and relatives.
Many of our passengers view their transport as much more than a car journey – it is also an opportunity to go out with someone they view as safe, have a chat with their driver, get out and about in the wider world, to take part in their communities and to remain independent.