Motability Scheme's Scooters and Powered Wheelchairs Range Is Most Comprehensive Yet; the Motability Scheme Enables Disabled People to Lease a New Car, Scooter or Powered Wheelchair by Exchanging Their Government-Funded Mobility Allowance

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Motability Scheme's Scooters and Powered Wheelchairs Range Is Most Comprehensive Yet; the Motability Scheme Enables Disabled People to Lease a New Car, Scooter or Powered Wheelchair by Exchanging Their Government-Funded Mobility Allowance


IF you receive either the Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance (HRMC DLA), the Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (ERMC PIP), the War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement (WPMS) or the Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP) you may be eligible to join the Motability Scheme There are now more than 300 scooters and powered wheelchairs available to lease through the Motability Scheme.

The portfolio of scooters and powered wheelchairs has been developed to ensure that there is an option available for everyone, and that the huge scope of model sizes and makes meets as many individual needs as possible.

Likewise, a number of products can be fitted with adaptations to cater to specific requirements, and ensure that those who wish to travel either relatively independently or with assistance have the freedom to do so.

The Motability Scheme has been designed to offer worry-free independence and mobility to disabled people. Regardless of which scooter or powered wheelchair is chosen, all customers enjoy the same all-inclusive package featuring insurance, breakdown recovery, servicing and maintenance, tyres and battery replacement to ensure peace of mind when out and about.

There is a choice of three categories of scooter: Small - these are lighter in weight and easier to transport, but only suitable for shorter distances.

Medium - these scooters are sturdier and some are road legal.

Large - the biggest category are road legal and particularly suitable for longer distances. Large scooters are recommended for those customers who are able to travel quite independently and require a scooter that will enable them to travel locally. …

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