Uber driver with cerebral palsy takes passengers on inspirational ride

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SAN DIEGO -- Scott Anderson is not what most people expect when they climb into the backseat of a rideshare vehicle.

As KSWB reports, he's a motivational speaker and uses his car as a pulpit for encouragement.

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This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.


SAN DIEGO -- Scott Anderson is not what most people expect when they climb into the backseat of a rideshare vehicle.

As KSWB reports, he's a motivational speaker and uses his car as a pulpit for encouragement.

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  • Struggles Not Everyone Knows

    I sent this story to my cousin who struggles with Cerebral Palsy, hoping it will encourage him. I struggle with Autistic symptoms myself, so I guess I am able to better understand people with struggles that most people simply don’t understand. I once heard someone who struggles with Aspergers getting threatened to be hit, and told they are walking on crutches by simply raising awareness and trying to convince an individual he felt didn’t believe him…He forgave that person, and is still trying to be his friend… But, just because a persons “struggles”/disability can sometimes not have much for visable displayment, as far as ability to function with society, doesn’t mean things may be more difficult, as far as, memorization, socialization, making friends, being the one to reach out to others. Put your Faith in Jesus, one true friend I’ve found…He helps me, and gives me purpose. God is Awesome! He’s got your back!

    • Human

      Things can indeed be more difficult for people with these disorders/syndrome. Sometimes even using the right words for something one is trying to say can be a struggle for some…It is a very good thing to raise the awareness for any disorder, Asperger’s, Cerebral, Down syndrome, any of those… If your trying to convince someone the disorder/syndrome exists, especially if the symptoms do invisibly effect your cognitive functions…does not mean your walking on crutches. #Awareness