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Leon County Makes Pumping Gas Easier for Disabled Drivers
Date:8/8/2014

action, but feels this new law puts the burden on the person with the disability rather than the business owner. He also points out that just because a person with a disability can drive, doesn’t mean they can dial a phone number.

Harding believes these new fuel call buttons offer people living with disabilities a greater independence, proving their time is equally important and should be valued like everyone else’s.

“I believe this shows that the American Disabilities Act is continuing to shape our community and our places of service and accommodations,” said Harding. “First, we got the ramps, parking spaces, doors and bathrooms. Now, we are starting to put ourselves on roller coasters. We are getting on cruise ships. This SMART technology is evolving, but some of our basic needs, like gas, are slow to evolve. If you can’t get gas, how can you get to work? How do you run your errands? To me, this is a dignified way of accessing help and facilitating commerce between two populations that previously weren’t doing it, and they will be doing it with a level of respect, equality and dignity.”

Still, Harding would like to take this issue further. He points to barriers with the new ordinance/law, like how the gas being pumped will be paid for. He’d like to see people be able to register with Shell, Circle K or BP, a system where credit card information could be stored on file.

“We could then call the station up and say, ‘Hey, I’m going to be at your store in five minutes. Oh, by the way, get me a Coke and a candy bar.’ The receipt then shows up in your email box, just like other electronic transactions,” said Harding.

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