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Children under age 12 traveling alone will be charged regular WOW! The dispatcher will need the following information in order to schedule your ride: Special Needs Clients: This information is available in alternative formats. Additionally, you may have to wait for other client’s appointments. It is possible to have regularly scheduled trips such as to work or for child care.
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All children who are under 8 years old must have their own car seat or booster seat to use the service.
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