UBER and the disabled


Exactly four people have called my attention to Wheelmobile’s being now a part of UBER: TPS, my son, a former tutee and RG, a friend in Facebook who didn’t specify me but gave me the feeling I was one of its intended audience of her FB post.

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For more info on how to get a ride on the WM through UBER, kindly click on this link

It’s great to know inclusive mobility is gaining ground in the Philippines.

Being given a heads up by family and friends with regard to matters that might be of service, interest, and a source of joy for me warms the cockles of my heart. Seriously.

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