To recap,like it or not, the NHS largely relies on taxis to transport medical essentials during the hours of 18:00 to 08:00, weekends and public holidays. We intend to provide a professional and reliable service to help the NHS help others save lives
Towards this aim a few key points of our service are:
- Our service is free at every point of contact
- Our costs are lower than profit making schemes so we offer more for less
- Our staff are all volunteers, no-one receives a single penny for their efforts
- Our riders all hold a RoSPA or IAM or similar Advanced Motorcycle qualification
- All riders’ standards are assessed annually
- Riders can be trained in Emergency Response
- You, your relatives, your friends, your colleagues may need us tomorrow.
What can we do for You
Depending on your level of support we offer:
- Endorsement of your product or service
- Company branding on our motorcycles, promotional literature
- Click through banners on our website, driving business to you.
- PR pieces on local and national media
- Recognised community support
- We plan attend many events throughout the year reaching as many people as possible
We would be pleased to provide you with a breakdown of the events we are attending this year on request.
What you can do for us
- We are always looking for volunteers; riders, coordinators, fundraisers.
- We can use your expertise, financial aid or products.
- We have an Ebay charity account so even if we can’t directly use your product we can use it to generate cash.We need around £10,000 per annum to run the service and we estimate that this saves the NHS some £100,000.
Annual costs to run the service
- £300 pays for fuel for one motorcycle for one month
- £400 pays for one motorcycle’s annual insurance premium
- £600 pays for our liability insurance for a year
- £1,000 pays for six months depreciation for one motorcycle
- £2,000 pays for our motorcycle servicing costs for one year
- £7,000 enables us to buy a new motorcycle
- £7,500 enables to fully run one motorcycle for one year.