VAUXHALL MOTABILITY SCHEME
As a founding member of the Motability Scheme in 1978, Vauxhall has a lengthy history of supporting disabled drivers' free access to vehicles. The extensive range of Vauxhall cars available to Motability customers includes MPVs, hatchbacks and estates, so you're sure to find a model to match your lifestyle and tastes. We understand how important mobility is to your everyday life, and our solutions help you retain your independence with the most advanced cars.
If you or someone you know requires a vehicle through the Motability Scheme, Eden Motor Group is here to help. Our Motability specialists will explain how each model will benefit you, and also arrange adaptations should they be required. They will be carried out by our Vauxhall-trained aftersales specialists, whose expertise will create a vehicle suitable for the manifold needs of disabled individuals.
A number of exclusive Motability offers are also available for added convenience and to help you stay on budget. Your monthly tariff will also include the cost of road tax, insurance, roadside assistance, and servicing. Should you have a query, feel free to contact us online, by phone, or in person at our showroom.
Eden Motor Retail & Eden Automotive Ltd Is a credit broker, not a lender and does not provide financing directly. We work with a number of trusted third-party financing companies to arrange credit on behalf of our customers.
It’s sensible to ensure you fully understand the Motability Scheme and its benefits before joining, so we’ve provided answers to the most frequent questions below. However, should you require any further details, don’t hesitate to contact our Motability specialist.
A. Motability may offer financial assistance towards your car, adaptions, and more, but this needs to be arranged before applying.
A. Don’t worry; we can still help. Contact us and we will advise on how you can obtain your ideal car.
A. Yes, if you’re currently receiving the higher rate mobility component of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or the War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement. If you’re not receiving these allowances, you aren’t eligible beyond the age of 65.
A. You should have received an award notice from the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) containing details of your allowance entitlement. If you’ve not yet received information, you should contact the DWP directly.
A. We’ve got ties to many Motability-approved adaption partners. They will provide advice and guidance to help you manage the process of organising the changes.
A. Unfortunately not, as your disability allowance is used to cover the cost of the car and this generally consumes the whole allowance.
A. You can nominate two drivers to use your Motability vehicle. If you are a disabled driver, you count as one and can choose anyone else you trust. You can change who is authorised during the lease, and a third person can be added at an additional cost. Please note that restrictions apply for drivers under 25.
A. No. Although the scheme is provided primarily for you, other nominated users can use the vehicle on their own.
A. That depends on the model type and if adaptions are required. We’ll inform you of this as soon as we know.