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Transport and getting around

Community transport schemes across Dorset can help people who have problems getting out and about.

Some clubs, societies and groups may provide transport. Transport can be provided by a bus or minibus or, in many cases, volunteers' own cars, usually at low cost.

Taxi and bus providers can assist you if you have a disability or use a wheelchair.

Wessex DriveAbility offer an advice and assessment service to drivers who may have lost confidence due to age or disability.

Blue badges are available if you have access to a car, but have severe walking difficulties. This can enable you to park closer to your destination.

Equipment to help you get out and about

Equipment such as walking aids, frames, wheelchairs and mobility scooters can help you to get out and about if you have mobility issues.

Transport concessions

Older people and those with a disability may qualify for a free bus pass.

Senior railcards and discounts on coach travel may be available if you are aged over 60.

Disabled persons railcards and discounts on coach travel may be available if you have a disability.

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