Suffolk Wheels 2 Work

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No way of getting to work or training?

Suffolk Wheels 2 Work is a transport scheme run by Community Action Suffolk. If you have difficulty reaching work or training then we may be able to help you by providing a scooter on loan.

Am I eligible for Suffolk Wheels 2 Work?

Suffolk Wheels 2 Work is open to anyone aged 16+ who have difficulties getting to work, training or college due to a lack of suitable of transport, working patterns outside of public transport timetables, or who live or work in a rurally isolated location. You will also be able to use the scooter in your own time to get out and about. If you can prove to us that you have a real need for transport, we may be able to help you.

How can I apply for Suffolk Wheels 2 Work?

If you live in Suffolk, simply complete a Suffolk W2W Enquiry Form

Email the form to suffolkw2w@communityactionsuffolk.org.uk

or post the form to:
Suffolk Wheels 2 Work, c/o Community Action Suffolk, Brightspace, 160 Hadleigh Road, Ipswich, IP2 0HH.

If you would like to discuss your application please call Andy Simpson, Project Coordinator for Suffolk Wheels 2 Work on 01473 345322 or email andy.simpson@communityactionsuffolk.org.uk

What happens next?

If you are accepted onto the scheme, you will be required to provide fuel and £35 per week lease cost for a Honda Vision 50cc scooter and £40 per week for a Honda Vision 110cc scooter. Suffolk Wheels 2 Work will provide you with all the equipment you need to get on the road, including:

  • Insurance
  • Road tax
  • MoT (when required)
  • Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)
  • Full Maintenance & Repair Service
  • Breakdown Cover
  • Support & advice
  • Safety equipment including;
    • Crash helmet
    • Gloves
    • Armoured Motorcycle Jacket
    • Security lock

Links

Suffolk County Council Post 2016 Travel Policy

Contact

Andy Simpson, W2W Project Coordinator
01473 345322
andy.simpson@communityactionsuffolk.org.uk

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