It might only look small, but this minibus service is going to make a big difference out in Jersey's rural parishes.
Parish Links aims to give people their freedom back, if they no longer drive.
Liberty Bus have provided the training and the wheels. Drivers will follow set routes around the back roads of St Mary, St John and St Lawrence and people just need to flag them down.
Volunteer driver, Paul Acton-Phillips is keen for people to join him.
The service will make the villages more accessible and also links up with the main routes in and out of town. In keeping with the island's traditions, the drivers are working on an honorary basis.
The new vehicle is small enough to access the smaller roads on the island, yet can accommodate a customer using a wheelchair on board.
The service operates a “pavement to pavement” service, provided the area is safe to stop the vehicle.
No cash will be taken on board, and to use the service you'll need an AvanchiCard or a concessionary pass.
Fares are the same as on a mainstream bus route and you can transfer to the main bus network with a ParishLink transfer ticket - which means you don't need to pay two single fares to get to your destination.
For more details on the routes, timetables and how to get involved as a driver, click here.