About Us

Our Mission & Values

Our mission is to create a world where everyone has an equal opportunity to live life to the fullest. We strive to provide meaningful experiences and services that empower people to live better lives. Our values are rooted in integrity, empathy, professionalism, safety and fun. We believe in treating everyone with dignity and respect while we work together to create something bigger than ourselves. 

We strive to be the best in all that we do, and to always put our customers first. We strive to create a culture of excellence, respect and diversity. We’re dedicated to creating a lasting a lasting impact and we take great pride in our work.

Our Companions

Our companion drivers are carefully selected for their ability to care for people first and foremost.  They are trained in first-aid, safeguarding, dignity in care, handling of people, autism awareness, and are proud to be Dementia Friends.

All drivers undergo rigorous licensing training, as well as Police checks, before being allowed to drive one of our Daisies (vehicles). 

We take great pride in ensuring all our drivers are qualified and capable of providing the highest standard of care for our clients.

Here are just a couple of our growing team.


Companion Driver


Companion Driver


Companion Driver

Along with Sophie, Debbie, Samson, Nyasha and our Fleet and Client Co-ordinator Billy - the friendly and understanding voice on the end of the phone.

Owners Zororo (aka Zoro) and her husband Terence are also often found behind the wheel, and not hiding away behind the scenes.

Our Story

Zororo Mubaya
Zororo Mubaya and Terence Kuvaru
Zoro driving a Daisy WAV
Terence driving a Daisy WAV

Meet Zoro: Entrepreneur, Companion Driver, Owner and Managing Director of Driving Miss Daisy Didcot. Wife to Terence Sr, Mother to Terence Jr and Nathan. Runner and advocate of continuous development and challenging ones self.

Emigrating from Zimbabwe to the UK in 2006, Zoro transitioned seamlessly from education and employment in broadcasting to working in care with the NHS.

Whilst these opportunities gave Zoro personal fulfilment, they did not meet her entrepreneurial needs or provide much needed work-life balance. So, in 2019, after extensive research into opportunities, she is delighted to own Driving Miss Daisy Didcot, a driving and companionship service specialising in, but not limited to, clients with limited mobility or disability, or who have learning or confidence challenges.

We started with one 'Daisy' vehicle and our first journey was Christmas Day 2019. Against all odds, Zoro successfully built up the business during the pandemic, supporting vulnerable people and their needs in and around Oxfordshire. She is now proud to offer a fleet of four vehicles and a strong team of companions.