Townsville Boy Determined To Get L-Plates Regardless Of Having No Arms

You can help Jordan achieve his goal


Carley Whittington

15 January 2019

Carley Whittington

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Townsville teenager Jordan Hann has finally reached an age he's dreamt of for a long time. 

The car enthusiast has turned 16 now and can't wait to get on the road. 

It's a pretty common goal for most teens, but it's extra special for Jordan because he has no arms. 

The teen was born without arms, but will be able to drive a modified vehicle with his feet. 

Jordan's family have to follow some pretty strict rules to get him on the road and this is where you come in. 

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) say the vehicle that Jordan acquires must be under 5 years old and have no more than 20 000 clicks on the odometer.

"Even if he get his learners, he needs the modified car to complete his learner's log book and for him to drive once he get his licence," says Jordan's Mum Renee. 

"We have secured a driving agency that is certified to teach Jordan to drive but he needs the car first."

A GoFundMe page has been created so that Jordan's driving dreams can be fulfilled. 

Follow this link if you'd like to donate to the $25,000 goal. 

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