Drive Vauxhall are proud to be fully involved with the Motability Scheme, with Vauxhall themselves becoming one of its largest suppliers of affordable mobility to the UK's disabled drivers and their families.
With the extensive range of Vauxhall cars - from MPVs to hatchbacks, saloons to estates - there really is something for everyone, and with a vast choice of trim levels and options to suit your individual needs, and budget. Get in contact with our Vauxhall Motability specialists and be on your way to finding the perfect deal.
You can use your allowance to get a brand new car on the Motability lease scheme and unbelievably almost everything is included, such as:
- Servicing – 3 Year servicing
- Maintenance – Total maintenance cover
- Unlimited tyres with Kwik Fit
- RAC Breakdown cover for 3 years
- Insurance costs for two drivers
- Many adaption's at no extra cost
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What is Motability?
A car is not a luxury item, but an intrinsic part of everyone's life - providing the essential freedom of independence that allows you to go where you want, when you want.
This is particularly true for anyone with a disability who may find it difficult, if not impossible, to use Public Transport – even where that is available. And in the current economic climate, with services often being reduced or even cancelled altogether, then having access to a car becomes ever more important.
Recognising the vital contribution that a car makes to enhancing the lives of those with a disability, the Motability charity has a long-established Car Scheme which enables disabled people to use part, or all, of their disability allowance to lease a brand new car
The whole process of leasing a car through Motability could not be easier – there are no waiting lists, no credit checks or assessment procedures to go through. You do not even have to have a licence, as you can nominate two drivers – perhaps a relative or friend – while parents or carers can apply on behalf of a child aged 3 years or more.
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Do you qualify for the Motability Car Scheme?
If you – or the person you care for - receive the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance or the War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement, then the answer is YES!