On the radio, I keep hearing advertisements encouraging me to donate any old cars I have to “Heritage for the Blind”. I don’t know anything about Heritage for the Blind, but assuming that their name is at all descriptive of what they actually do, I can’t help but wonder: do blind people really need used cars?
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