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Premier SsangYong Motability Car Scheme

Motability is a worry-free car lease package for disabled drivers. It can mean a brand new car every three years, for anyone receiving the higher rate motability component of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP), Disability Living Allowance (DLA), or War Pensioners’ Motability Supplement (WPMS). You don’t even need to be able to drive – as part of your lease you can nominate up to two drivers. The package includes: Insurance, Servicing and Maintenance, Full RAC breakdown assistance, Annual Car Tax, replacement tyres, windscreen replacement, Many adaptations at no extra cost, 60,000 mileage allowance over 3 year lease.

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Motability at Premier SsangYong Manchester

Motability Scheme

Over the past 35 years, Motability has helped over three million people get mobile by exchanging their mobility allowance to lease a car to aid their mobility.

Eligibility

If you are disabled, you may be able to exchange your mobility allowance to get a vehicle that suits your needs. What’s more you don’t even need to drive. Family, friends or carers can drive on your behalf. You can check your eligibility of clicking HERE

Vehicles

At SsangYong GB we are absolutely delighted and incredibly passionate about assisting disabled people to meet their personal requirements when it comes to choosing a vehicle. SsangYong vehicles have only been available on the Motability scheme since January 2015 and we are currently able to offer the following vehicles via the Motability scheme

To Place a Motability order with Premier SsangYong

You’ve been on a few test drives and found your perfect SsangYong car. Now all you have to do is place an order with us. In Order to do that, you’ll need:

  • Driving licence for you and any other named drivers
  • Certificate of entitlement
  • Proof of address, such as a recent utility bill

Once the order is placed, Premier SsangYong Motability advisors will arrange the best time for you to come and collect.

All you need to know about PIP

What is PIP?

As you should be aware the Government is making a number of changes to the benefits system. From April 2013 a new allowance was introduced called Personal Independence Payment (PIP) which will gradually replace Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for disabled people aged between 16 and 64.

PIP Facts

• The Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of PIP will enable access to the Motability Scheme just like DLA
• Like DLA, PIP is not means-tested and will be the same amount as DLA
• No one will be automatically entitled to this new allowance due to specific conditions – PIP concentrates on what someone can do, rather than their condition
• PIP entitlement will be reviewed more regularly
• From 10 June onwards anyone newly applying for a higher rate mobility allowance will be assessed for PIP

Who will and won’t be affected by PIP?

✔ Affected – Disabled people aged between 16 and 64, (including ‘indefinite’ or ‘lifetime’ DLA awards)
✔ Affected – Disabled children will continue to receive DLA until they reach the age of 16 and are assessed for PIP

✗ Not affected – Any existing DLA recipient who turned 65 on or before 8 April 2013 will continue to receive DLA
✗ Not affected – People receiving the War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement or Armed Forces Independence Payment.

How does PIP affect our customers?

Current DLA recipients (that meet the criteria below) will be contacted by the DWP from October 2013 onwards and invited to apply for PIP.

• Fixed term DLA awards that are due to expire
• Recipients reporting a change in their circumstances
• Children turning 16 years of age

Most people receiving DLA will not be affected by PIP until 2015 or later (2018) when all remaining DLA recipients will be reassessed for PIP, including those on lifetime or indefinite awards.

Where can customers find out more?

Customers can keep up to date with the latest news on PIP and the DWP’s reassessment process in Lifestyle, they can also:
Check their eligibility for PIP by going to gov.uk/pip-checker
For more information about the DWP’s plans, go to direct.gov.uk/pip
Independent charity Disability Rights UK also produces a series of factsheets covering DLA and PIP and these are available from disabilityrightsuk.org/factsheets
If the customer is affected by PIP and needs to ask about their Motability car handback and leaving the Scheme, please direct them to Motability Customer Contact Centre on 0845 456 4566.