Rural Dorset Wheels to Work (RDW2W) is a Community Interest Company (CIC) first registered in 2014. RDW2W operates a scheme which is for people aged 16 and above who need affordable transport to enable them to access education, employment, and training or simply for getting around.
Unlike many other W2W schemes, the RDW2W scheme is a 'loan to own' scheme whereby at the end of the payment period, you will own the moped rather than having just rented it, with the option to keep it, sell it back to the scheme (if in very good condition) or sell it privately to finance your next vehicle.
On completion of your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) on a suitable vehicle, you will take delivery of a brand new 50cc or, if over 17, a 125cc motorcycle or moped (cost of 125cc will be extra).
On receipt of your final payment you will receive the log book and the moped will be yours!
Go to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to understand how the scheme works.
A 32 year old male was long term unemployed but he married and moved to a rural area. He found himself a job as a council employee but could not get to the depot at the times needed. He joined the scheme and is now in full time employment and with a second part time job because he has transport.