Turn your al­lowance into a car

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Motors Today -

F you re­ceive the Higher Rate Mo­bil­ity Com­po­nent of the Dis­abil­ity Liv­ing Al­lowance or the War Pen­sion­ers’ Mo­bil­ity Sup­ple­ment, the scheme al­lows you to sim­ply turn part or all of your al­lowance into the car of your choice.

There are no wait­ing lists or credit checks to con­tend with and no as­sess­ments are re­quired. There are two ways to ob­tain a car, ei­ther through Con­tract Hire or Hire Pur­chase.

The most pop­u­lar op­tion is Con­tract Hire where you’ll gain a new car of your choice ev­ery three years, in­surance and per­sonal ac­ci­dent cover for named driv­ers and pas­sen­gers, ser­vic­ing and main­te­nance by your Mota­bil­ity dealer and full break­down as­sis­tance from the RAC. And, that’s not all be­cause you will also re­ceive an an­nual tax disc sent di­rectly to your home (ex­cept in North­ern Ire­land or the Isle of Man), 60,000 miles mileage al­lowance over three years, free re­place­ment tyres, win­dow or wind­screen re­place­ment at no ex­tra cost, One-stop cus­tomer helpline and help with trans­port (where pos­si­ble) when your car is be­ing ser­viced or re­paired.

Mota­bil­ity’s worry-free pol­icy con­tin­ues right to the end of your three-year con­tract with a seam­less trans­fer to your new car. You can choose from over 3,000 cars from your lo­cal dealer - no won­der 97% of cus­tomers would be happy to rec­om­mend the Mota­bil­ity scheme. The vast ma­jor­ity of man­u­fac­tur­ers of­fer cars un­der the scheme so to find out more about Mota­bil­ity, its var­i­ous schemes and the many cur­rent deals of­fered, visit your lo­cal Mota­bil­ity dealer.

There are about 4,000 Mota­bil­ity deal­ers in the UK and each has at least one Mota­bil­ity Spe­cial­ist who will as­sist you and pro­vide ad­vice on which of their cars best suits your needs. To find your near­est Mota­bil­ity dealer by sim­ply go­ing to the Mota­bil­ity web­site and en­ter­ing your post code. This will give you a list of all the Mota­bil­ity deal­ers in your area.

You should visit at least two Mota­bil­ity deal­ers when choos­ing your car. Use their ex­per­tise, and do not feel un­der any pres­sure to choose a car you are not sure about.

Each deal­er­ship has at least one fully-trained Mota­bil­ity Spe­cial­ist avail­able to guide you in your choice. The Spe­cial­ist would have re­ceived train­ing from the Mota­bil­ity or­gan­i­sa­tion in un­der­stand­ing the needs of dis­abled cus­tomers, as well as full de­tails of how the Scheme works, in­clud­ing how to or­der and col­lect your cho­sen car. It is well worth mak­ing an ap­point­ment to visit the Mota­bil­ity Spe­cial­ist at a time that suits you. Some deal­ers also of­fer home vis­its or free trans­port to the show­room.

When you get an of­fer from Mota­bil­ity their price is guar­an­teed and this en­sures the price you agree with the dealer when your ap­pli­ca­tion is ac­cepted, is the price you pay when you col­lect your car.

This guar­an­tee stands for how­ever long it takes for your new car to be de­liv­ered. The only case where the price may al­ter is if the car de­scrip­tion is changed sub­se­quent to the orig­i­nal ap­pli­ca­tion.

keep­ing mo­bile: You can turn part or all of your dis­abil­ity al­lowance into a car of your choice un­der the Mota­bil­ity Scheme.

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