- 18 Years & 5 Months
Jun 2004 to PresentPersonal ServicesParatransit Driver
During the evening hours, I help people with commutation on my own as well.
Since I own the car, it is possible for me to run my own services in the evenings when I am not working for the Authority.
I have also offered ambulance services to all the people who have been customers and rely on me in person.
Feb 2004 to Present18 Years & 9 MonthsThe Transport AuthorityParatransit Driver
I work for the state department that helps people live a comfortable life and offers people services that will make things easier for them.
I am a licensed and trained driver to transport handicapped people. I have a car that is manufactured with enough space to carry a wheel chair and is also equipped with a retractable ramp and elevator to help passengers board the car.
I am responsible for helping passengers board and unboard and also assist them with handling their luggage or whatever they are handling.
I look after the car and offer typical customer service with courtesy and will to serve.
I am also responsible for the regular checks and maintenance runs for the vehicle. I ensure that when not driving, I park the car in the handicapped parking space so that my customers/passengers do not have to come a long way to the parking lot to board the car.
I am well accustomed to all the short cuts/routes around the city so I take my passengers from the most convenient and safest route.
I have been able to make several regular customers and I help them with all kinds of commutation around the city at all hours.
LanguagesEnglish (US)Native or Bilingual Proficiency
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Customer Service
- Road Regulation
- Different Routes and Directions
- Safety and Security
- Customer Satisfaction
- Assistance with Boarding Unboarding
I am a trained and licensed driver with my own car that is designed to transport disabled people from one place to another with safety and ease.
I am certified by the Transport Authority and my vehicle is equipped with oxygen cylinder reserve and also a first aid kit.
Since I carry patients to hospitals as well, I have some basic paramedical equipment as well. However, my license does not include ambulance service, I do it only for people in emergency.
My father was physically impaired and could not stand on his feet. I saw him struggle with commutation for work and for a long time he was unable to go to office until he started driving.
I realize how difficult it can be for people with physical problems to be mobile therefore I serve people with the zeal of making them feel useful and less dependent.