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Due to a long term illness or injury many people can find getting around in their normal day to day life extremely difficult, with many people even needing extra help. If you are one of those people and receive certain benefits the Motability scheme may be able to help as you can exchange some of your money for the latest up to date vehicles on the market.


To take part in the Motability scheme you have to be in receipt of certain benefits. If you are unsure as to whether or not you qualify just ask at your local social security office, or Motability car dealer, as they will be able to tell you straight away as to whether you qualify or not. You can even check online via the internet if you have access to it.


Motability car schemes generally last for three years, and you can choose what car is best suited to your needs. Yes that’s right the choice is up to you, so if you have always fancied a certain car or model now is your chance to have one. They can even be tailored to your needs. You may use a wheelchair so need a larger boot for example, or you may require a larger vehicle with ramp access because you or a family member uses an electric chair. Cars can be fitted and altered to suit whatever needs you may have.


All cars come with full serving and insurance during the three years and breakdown assistance is included should you need it. New tyres are covered as well if you suffer from a puncture. All you have to do once you receive your new Motability car is to pay for the fuel. Even the road tax is posted to your house so there is no waiting in long queues at your local Post Office. It really couldn’t be easier.


Getting a brand new vehicle, yes brand new, couldn’t be easier with the Motability scheme. Check the internet or local paper for your nearest Motability dealer, and give them a call today and see what they can do to help you. If they can help it will make it so much easier for you to get around.

If you are looking to buy a car with your motabilitythen get in touch with William Lewis today!