By Simon Sansome Jet2 Being wheelchair user, I am often frustrated with the lack of accessible booking systems that comes with being disabled. I am fortunate to have a little place in Spain, on the La Manga strip. It is really nice to get out here to do some work in the sun. As a… Continue reading It is official, BREAKING NEWS, it is officially quicker to fly to Spain, than it is to get through to special assistance with Jet2.
By Simon Sansome Like most people who drive around London, my blue badge is essential for parking close to facilities I need to access. Did you know that there are 32 borough councils in the London area, all of them have different rules and regulations on blue badge access and parking? This means you have… Continue reading ‘You need a PhD in Blue Badge logistics’ to visit London
By Simon Sansome Why do I have to give my PIN number away every-time I want to fill up with fuel? For most people filling up the car with fuel is a simple task. You get out the car, you walk around, take the hose and press the pump handle. You either pay at the… Continue reading Refuelling needs rethinking for disabled car users
Being newly qualified is a very exciting thing for anyone moving from the university to the working world. It is nerve racking, the blood is pumping and having to find a new place to live in the capital can be difficult at the best of times. Being a newly qualified journalist, I have been… Continue reading Graduates with disabilities being priced out of London
By Simon Sansome While Uber still has some legs in London and is still running around giving people lifts around the capital it is also important to highlight that in 2016 UBER launched UberACCESS a service designed for people with disabilities. Being a disabled journalist, I wanted to see what the difference was between UberACCESS… Continue reading UberACCESS Vs London Black Cabs