For many people in the South East - one of the main problems with getting a job or continuing their education, is how to get around. Public transport - can be expensive, unreliable and time consuming.
Now a new scheme in East Sussex is making mopeds and small motorbikes available to rent, at a subsidised price, to help people get on the move.
David Johns reports, talking to moped user Ben Hylands, Lisa Simmonds from East Sussex County Council, Ann France-Gardiner from East Sussex Wheels to Work, and Nicola Hylands who's Ben's mum and also a new biker.
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