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Motability Scheme sets out autumn price list and payment options

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The Motability Scheme has released details of its autumn pricing list and set out the payment options available to those using the scheme.

The scheme offers disabled people a range of over 1,200 cars to choose from, many available with no advance payment.

The latest options available with no advance payment include Renault Zoe Iconic, Volkswagen T-Cross SE, MG HS Excite and Honda e.

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The Motability Scheme prices include a three-year all-inclusive lease package of insurance, RAC breakdown assistance, service and maintenance, as well as tyre and windscreen repair and replacement.

The Motability Scheme works closely with car manufacturers to offer as much choice and affordability as possible.

In addition to over 120 cars with no advance payment, there are more than 350 with an advance payment under £500. This includes smaller hatchbacks and larger SUVs to meet the different disability needs of customers.

Meanwhile, there are over 350 vehicle adaptations available, with more than 50 at no extra cost, providing car entry solutions, more comfortable travel or options for storing mobility equipment.

There are also over 750 Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs) to choose from.

The Motability Scheme offers three pricing options.

The first option includes cars that cost less than a user’s mobility allowance, which are available to lease at a fixed weekly amount for the whole of the agreement, meaning that the remainder of the allowance, including any increases, will be paid directly to the customer by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

The second option includes cars that cost all of the user’s mobility allowance – customers simply pay all of their weekly mobility allowance, including any annual increases, to lease their car through the Scheme.

The third option is cars that cost all of the user’s mobility allowance, plus an advance payment. Customers can increase their choice of cars by paying a non-refundable payment upfront, known as the advance payment.

This covers the difference between the allowance amount and the total cost of the lease.

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