My name is Farouk Abrahams and i live in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. I was diagnosed with Polio at age 3. When I grew up I always saw my grandfather driving big bakkies (pick up trucks) and would just love to go on outings with him. A few years ago when I was still in my 20's (now 45) I would attempt to find a driving school that caters for People with Disabilities that's also affordable, but to no avail. First of all there were non in the city I live and I found it a bit strange as well as disappointing. There's not so many of them around and those that are operational is just not affordable to the poor. I always wanted to start a driving school to enable people like myself to be independent. It's not always nice to ask people to take you around because it's fine in the beginning but people do get tired of you asking. Public transport is a nightmare for People with Disabilities as they are not properly equipment but people also mock and whisper nasty things if we take too long enter or exit vehicles. My wish is for you the reader to think about what would happen if you suddenly lose the use of your limbs.....how would you cope? Please help me to make this project a reality and give hope to thousands of people that can benefit from this project. Thank you for taking time to read and even if you are not by the means to donate financially, you can still make a difference by sharing this story.