Monthly Archives: February 2017
Originally from Senegal, Jean lives in Brooklyn and is an avid writer and reader. He likes driving an accessible taxi because it makes people’s lives easier.
“Back home I know someone in a wheelchair who really couldn’t go out unless someone carried them into the car,” he says. “This service is amazing. It helps people have a social life, receive medical treatment and just go out to a stroll.”
Jean enjoys meeting new people, and knows that sometimes just having someone to talk to can turn your day around.…
A musician originally from Eugene, Oregon, Adam loves exploring the city. He drives part-time while playing music in various Broadway shows. For him, driving an accessible taxi is about making a difference.
“At first when I got this car I thought, ‘okay a bigger car’. Then when I started to see firsthand the true meaning of having an accessible cab I became very glad to part of this company and part of the people who make a difference.”
Adam knows first-hand how much of a difference one person can make.…
Originally from Pooler, Georgia, Briel used to work in shipping but became a taxi driver when his company moved.
“I worked there for most of my life, since I was 18 years old,” Briel says. “The company moved to Texas and I did not want to move. I was getting older, so I wanted a more flexible job.”
Being a taxi driver, in addition to being less stressful, has given Briel the opportunity to help people, both by being an accessible dispatch driver and while picking up daily fares.…