No. They could be Epileptic. They may decide to use it as a way of keeping fit. Or they could have a mental illness etc.
I was worried they might think I was using someone else's Railcard.
If you are that worried about it, you could always have something with your name on as back up. As the previous poster said, its not down to us to determine who should or should not have a DSB. Don't worry, you'll be fine!
I'm one of those with said orange pass, look at me you could tell... I have become well known it seems and never have troubles in Norwich any more however dare I go anywhere else I am questioned for a second look.Indeed, as someone who sometimes drives buses, it amazes me at the number of people with an ENCTS orange edge card. But as long as the photo is vaguely similar, it isn't my place to question.
Can recumbent bikes fit on today's trains ok. An answer to those with certain mobility issues.
I have a DSB railcard as I am on lower rate mobility for Disability Living Allowance. Doesn't prevent me from riding a bike. In fact, I really don't "look" disabled at all.
As others have said, the DSB railcard is given for a wide range of reasons! Enjoy the trip and your 34% off.
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Good question - I don't believe they can, if you're talking about the cycle racks on say, a Pendolino or Voyager, or on a DVT. Does anyone else know?