Driving school for people with disabilities OSUIA:...

Driving school for people with disabilities OSUIA: another driver's license was received



24-year-old Odesa resident Viktoriya Chemicheva - a graduate of the Driving School for People with Disabilities of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences - successfully passed a practical test at the Territorial Service Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and received a category "B" driver's license.


Victoria has health problems since birth. The girl says that she has long wanted to learn driving skills and, when a specialized driving school appeared in Odesa, she was one of the first to show a desire to learn. 


"I decided to get a driver's license to be more mobile and independent. Studying was not difficult, but exciting. It is important to be attentive and concentrate on the road while driving. This was the most difficult for me at first, - Victoria shares her impressions. - This project is very important, because it helps to overcome one's fears, set goals and achieve them".



In the future, the girl dreams of becoming a web designer, has already completed the relevant training and is convinced that thanks to the opportunity to freely move around the city, new prospects open up for her on the way to mastering her dream profession.