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Helping the handicapped get around

Getting around is a challenge for those in wheelchairs, particularly when it comes to finding accessible taxis or public transportation. In order to give a helping hand to the disabled community, a French start-up is connecting wheelchair-bound individuals with affordable, accessible rental cars.

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