Driving Mobility to exhibit at Motability’s The Big Event


National charity, Driving Mobility, is to showcase its assessment services for drivers with disabilities at Motability’s The Big Event.

Free to attend, the event is being held online this year on 6-7 August and provides a unique opportunity to discover the latest options for accessible driving and personal mobility.

The event will showcase 25+ car manufacturers, 20+ WAV (wheelchair accessible vehicle) and adaptation suppliers, and over 10+ powered wheelchair and mobility scooter manufacturers – all providing solutions available through the Motability leasing scheme.

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Motability provides the opportunity for people with restricted mobility to assign some of their Personal Independence Payments towards leasing of an adapted vehicle or scooter. Alongside manufacturers, the virtual event will also provide access to specialist speakers sessions, Motability advisors and specialists service providers such as Driving Mobility.

Supported by The Department for Transport, there are 21 Driving Mobility centres with over 70 outreach facilities across the UK. These centres include independent charities and NHS centres which offer professional information and assessment so disabled and elderly people can gain or retain independence.

Clinical guidance, from Occupational Therapists and Approved Driving Instructors, provide recommendations regarding fitness to drive, vehicle adaptations, alternatives to driving and driving tuition. Details regarding these services and more will be available on the Driving Mobility stand at The Big Event.

There will also be the opportunity to put questions, about all aspects of adapted driving, to several Driving Mobility advisors who will be available on a live chat throughout the event. An introductory video to charity services and what benefits they offer will be on the stand along with downloadable information.

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