WELL-WISHERS have stepped in with cash after a wheel was stolen from a disabled man's motorised scooter.
Readers came up with £85 after Stuart William's plight was reported in the Examiner.
Now, big-hearted charity fundraisers are giving the rest of the cash he needs.
Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table will give £259, so that Mr William, 37, can get out and about again.
He woke up last Saturday morning to find his scooter propped up on stones outside his home in West View Rise, Paddock.
One of the four wheels - which cost £100 each - was missing.
To make matters worse, his insurance had run out.
The cash from readers and Round Tablers will enable him to put everything right.
Grateful Mr William, an Examiner seller in Huddersfield town centre, said there was no need for any more cash.
He added: "I'm overwhelmed, and really touched, by the response."
Mr William hopes to be back on the road next week.
He said: "It's been humiliating not being able to get out since last Saturday."
Andrew McCarthy, community service officer with Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table, said: "It was terrible to hear about what had been done to him.
"This is exactly the sort of case we try to help."