Teenager Joshua Holmes has thanked company Wheels 2 Work for providing him with affordable transport so he can work.
Joshua, 18, got a job at the Asos warehouse in Grimethorpe in May but the prospect of working night shifts with no public transport available left him in difficulties as his own motorbike had been stolen and wrecked.
The solution came from Wheels 2 Work - who provided him with a scooter at the monthly rate of £60 for a six month period.
"A friend suggested I contacted them and I'm glad that I did because it has come in really handy for me and helped me to get back on my feet," said Joshua, of Lowfield Meadows, Bolton.
"The staff at Wheels 2 Work have been brilliant with me throughout. It's cheap and reliable and I'd recommend it to everybody," he added.
Wheels 2 Work are generally used by young, unemployed people who have received a firm offer of a job or training placement but who are struggling to find a way of travelling to and from a work place.