A lack of disabled toilets in venues can be a real challenge for people with mobility problems.
But those days could be over thanks to a new app designed to make going out and socialising easier.
The Sociability App, which launches in June, is the creation of Oxford University student Matt Pierri.
It lets users report on both good and bad accessibility - at places like cafes, bars and restaurants - for people living with mobility challenges.
The app is the result of the work of Pierri alongside the Oxford Accessibility Project.
Cities like Oxford are known for their historic architecture.
But for those with access issues, smaller buildings with narrow doorways and steps are a real problem.
Pierri began using a wheelchair after an accident in 2007.
His app will collect information about different venues, hoping to make choosing where to go and what to do, a little easier for people with mobility issues.
- Watch Charlotte Cross' report below