First driving school in India for people with disabilities
November 13, 2016
48-year-old Harish Kumar from Ahmedabad was born without a limb below the elbow joint on his right side.
But he never let his disability come in the way of his interest for driving.
Kumar has set national and international records in motor driving.
When he entered the Limca Book of Records by covering 6000 KM in 129 hours, he was approached by many people with disabilities.
They wanted to learn driving from Kumar as no driving schools accepted them.
Kumar started Ability on Wheels, a first motor driving school to motivate people with disabilities and help them drive on their own.
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