It helps disabled people and their families to achieve greater mobility on the road. Set up by the government in 1977, its aim is to provide vehicles and powered wheelchairs for disabled people.
The first motability vehicle was supplied in 1978. Since then more than 1.28 million cars and powered wheelchairs have been provided. Now the Motability Scheme has more than 390,000 customers driving, or being driven on the road.
How the Motability Scheme works
We offer a variety of schemes to enable disabled people access to vehicles to suit their needs and increase their mobility. Kia Motability offers three different schemes to help disabled people obtain a vehicle. These are:
Once a customer has chosen which scheme they wish to join, they then agree to assign all or part of their mobility allowance (DLA or WPMS). This depends on their choice of vehicle and lasts for the duration of their contract hire or H.P. agreement period.
For further information about the Motability scheme please call our motability specialists Ray Coleman & Jon Cox on 023 80 4737733 or visit the website www.motability.co.uk or write to:
Motability, Customer Information Services
Essex CM19 5PX