The primary aim of the Motability scheme is to provide an affordable, worry-free way for people with disabilities to drive a car. It allows people receiving certain types of mobility allowance to drive a brand new vehicle every three years in exchange for all or part of their weekly allowance.
These benefits are:
- The Higher Rate Motability Component of Disability Living Allowance
- The Enhanced Rate Motability Component of Personal Independence Payment
- War Pensioners’ Motability Supplement
- The Armed Forces Independence Payment
By driving a car through the Motability scheme you’re entitled to some great benefits which include fully comprehensive car insurance (for 2 drivers), RAC breakdown cover, replacement tyres, replacement windows and windscreens, servicing and maintenance and a 60,000-mile allowance - all for three years. The scheme takes care of everything; all you need to do is add the fuel! It’s as simple as that.
The Pentagon Motability Event is a fantastic opportunity to discover more about how the Motability scheme works and the types of the vehicle offered. All our qualified Motability specialists will be there to welcome local drivers to the dealership and answer any questions about the scheme. They can also discuss the adaptions available to meet your individual requirements and find the perfect vehicle for you and your family.
There will also be light refreshments available on both days plus there’s a free prize draw to win an iPad Mini and a competition that’ll give visitors a chance to win a brand new car worth £15,000.
If you would like to find out more about Motability and how it works visit the Motability website or call Pentagon on 0333 222 0424 (local rate) to book an appointment or test drive. Alternatively, simply head down to your local Pentagon dealership on the 16th or 17th of November during the Event where a Motability specialist will be happy to tell you more.
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