HER Driving School

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Women can’t drive’, ‘girls don’t lift weights’— these are prejudices women run into both in their professional as well as personal lives.

Women Driving School 
We believe that something as simple as riding a two-wheeler can transform the lives of middle-aged housewives in small towns where even switching from wearing a saree to a salwar suit is seen as a revolution.
Being able to ride a "scooty" - a smaller version of a scooter with auto-transmission - can empower women by making them self-dependent.
In a country with an unreliable public transport, most women - especially in small towns and cities - have to depend on their husbands, brothers and auto-rikshaws for one of the most basic human needs - mobility - be it for dropping their children to school, going shopping or to their tailor, and other basic chores outside their homes.