Information in the “Motoring” Category
Trading since 1997 as a national company, OSV is a trusted leader in vehicle supply. With customer service at the centre of their business, OSV provides honest advice and a completely transparent approach. OSV have partnered exclusively with MASIS to provide a unique alternative to the Motability scheme, aimed at those who do not qualify for Motability or help and support those with disabilities.Read More
Wholesale Car Company
Wholesale Car Company based in Derbyshire provide a wide range of WAV’s (Wheelchair Adapted Vehicles). Their stock mainly consists of Ex-Motability vehicles or “one-owner” vehicles.
All vehicles come with a 12 months comprehensive warranty.
Disabled Motorists Federation (DMFed)
The Disabled Motorists Federation is a national registered charity established over forty years ago. From our roots in addressing and advising disabled drivers on specific motoring issues we now strive towards creating a more socially inclusive and equal society.
Vehicles For People With Mobility Problems
If you have mobility problems, you need to choose a suitable car or vehicle carefully. You may need adaptations for a vehicle to be suitable for your needs.
This page explains what you need to think about if you have a disability and are choosing a car.Visit Website
Research Institute for Consumer Affairs (RICA)
RICA is a national independent consumer research charity providing free, practical and unbiased reports for older and disabled people.
RICA provides information on Public Transport, Family Cars, Mobility Scooters and information specifically for disabled motorists.Read More
Regional Driving Assessment Centre (RDAC)
RDAC help people maintain independence through mobility, they are dedicated to helping disabled people of all ages and the elderly maintain their independent mobility safely and to help those travelling as passengers in vehicles and their carers’.Read More
The National Association for Bikers with a Disability (NABD)
The NABD was set up in April 1991 by six bikers from Stockport and Manchester who would not accept the idea that disabled people could not ride motorcycles, scooters, sidecar outfits, trikes or quad-cycles.
The NABD is regularly consulted on issues relating to disabled motorcycling by the DVLA, DfT, VOSA, DSA, and the Highways Agency.Visit Website
Over the past 38 years, the Motability Scheme has helped over 4 million people get mobile by exchanging their mobility allowance to lease a car, scooter or powered wheelchair.
If you are looking for a scooter or powered wheelchair, choose the one that best suits your needs from a wide range of products.Visit Website
Diverse Road Safety
DRS works pro-actively with disadvantaged, vulnerable and disabled people facilitating personal development, independence and life skills through professional training and specialist advocacy services in all aspects of driving, mobility and road safety.
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The Blue Badge Scheme
Most people know or are at least aware of the Blue Badge Scheme. The Blue Badge Scheme provides on-street parking concessions for badge holders who travel either as drivers or passengers.
Disabled Drivers VAT Relief
This guidance tells you what you need to know about purchasing adapted vehicles free of VAT if you are a disabled wheelchair user planning to buy an adapted vehicle, or looking to purchase a vehicle on behalf of a wheelchair user.
Please visit the .gov.uk website for further information.Visit Website
AnyVan.com is a transport marketplace which matches customers who need goods moved with man and van, courier, delivery and removal companies already travelling to/in those areas.
Save up to 75% compared to standard delivery costs, visit their website today to get a price for moving your items.Visit Website