The Motability Scheme enables disabled people to use their government-funded mobility allowances to obtain a car.

How does it work?

Disabled people can use their Higher Rate Mobility Component Disability Living Allowance or War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement to meet the cost of leasing a car. Once the application has been accepted, they pay all, or part of their allowance to Motability for the period of the agreement.

Customers can choose a new car every three years with insurance, road tax, servicing, tyres and breakdown cover all included. A wide range of adaptations are also available.

We have £Nil advance payments on many of our ranges, ask a member of our sales team for the best advice, and check out the deposit details on each of our new car brand links.

Motability, the national charity (registered charity no: 299745), has overall responsibility for the Motability Scheme.

MORE HELP? All Premier sales advisors are motability accredited, trained by motability in the way the scheme works, and able to offer straightforward advice on the scheme and what vehicle would best suit any particular requirements you have. Speak to any of our team at any branch, or e-mail;, if you just need a question answering.

We're here to help.

If you would like more information about Motability from any of our accredited customer service specialists at Premier, click on any of the links below or call your local branch.