Common sense is needed when making provisions for disabled people
I was astonished to learn from my 'cabbie' friend Gary that from the year 2000 onwards London cabs must be made suitable for wheelchair users: they will require a wide door, ramps, and secure positioning facilities for occupied wheelchairs.
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