Motability Scheme Explained
Posted on 18 Nov 2013
If you receive the High Rate Motability component of Disability Living Allowance, War Pensioners Motability Supplement or Armed Forces Independent Payment, then you are likely to be entitled to a via the Motability Scheme.
How does the Motability Scheme work?
Eligible people can used some of their Motability allowance against getting a new car using the Motability scheme. With cars on a three year cycle, simple return your car after three years and choose a new car from Jennings Motor Group’s extensive range repeating the process.
What car can you choose from?
Most of Jennings Motor Group’s extensive range is available via the Motability scheme including our Ford, Mazda, Kia and SEAT cars. Models offered through the scheme include the Ford Focus, KIA Sportage, Mazda 6 and SEAT Leon.
How much does it cost?
Many cars that are available on the Motability scheme are available at no extra cost to our customers. This is called Nil Advance Payment due, however some higher specification vehicles have an advance payment dapplicable as they are higher than the Motability Scheme Allowance.
What does the Motability scheme include?
For the three year cycle that you have each car via the Motability scheme it come with most things that are needed for hassle free driving. This includes:
- Two named drivers insurance
- Servicing and maintenance
- Roadside breakdown cover
- Driver / Passenger adaptations – many available at no extra cost
- A mileage allowance of 60,000 miles
- Car tax sent annually to your home address
How can I find out more?
Each of our dealerships has a Motability specialist that can answer any questions that you may have. To find out more about the Motability Scheme, speak to our Motability team via 0845 002 0610 or visit your local Jennings Motor Group dealership. comments powered by