Mowasalat (Karwa) has launched new fleet in addition to existing number of Karwa taxis for passengers with special needs. The new additional cars are equipped with all safety and security requirements and fitted with main features to provide convenient and comfortable service.
The new taxis are launched in two types with different seating capacity that can accommodate from two to three wheelchairs, along with seats for their escorts. With the new addition, number of Karwa taxis for passengers with special needs reached 20 vehicles fitted with all required features that facilitate their usage. They are equipped with ramps that are latest in the market to sustain weight up to 400 kg with built-in safety locks, and non-slippery floors that keep wheelchairs stable inside the vehicle, in addition to electrical doors and other advanced features.
We are also keen to ensure that public transport buses are wheelchair accessible in accordance with international standards to provide the highest levels of safety and comfort for wheelchair users as a vital and importance mode for commuting Karwa taxi for passengers with special needs can be ordered or booked through the toll-free number 8008294 or through Karwa Taxi application.
Mr. Nasser Mamdouh Al-Shammari, LTS Director said: “We believe in the importance of supporting members of the community with special needs as part of our social responsibility initiatives. Mowasalat has increased its fleet of special needs taxis to cater for the increased demand and to modernize the fleet to ensure safe and affordable transportation for them and support their social inclusion in society, helping them to commute with ease and comfort and economical too.
It is our endeavor to diversify our services and establish our value proposition in serving the community capitalizing on our strengths as a pioneer and leader in the market, perpetually updating our fleet. “Such efforts are in line with the great efforts made by our wise leadership through their support giving attention to people with special needs. Enabling us to realize this project”. Added Mr. Al-Shammari.