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What is regenerative braking?

Independent motoring expert, Richard Aucock, explains all you need to know about regenerative braking.


Coventry University and Motability launch innovative research studentship in accessible transport

Motability, the charity, have announced their exciting collaboration with Coventry University to launch fully funded PhD studentships researching accessible transport design. This new opportunity is open to all suitably-qualified graduates. Read more here.

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Lockdown diary: how a disability blogger adapted to homeschooling

Disability blogger Gem Hubbard tells how us lockdown has gone for her and how she used her lifelong mantra of "adapt and blossom" to get through it.


How to set up a disability-friendly home office

We've spoken to two Scheme customers, and disability bloggers, about how they've set up their home office to make it disability-friendly. Maybe their tips could work for you?

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How the BBC is helping with homeschooling

The BBC has launched a new initiative to ensure children can access curriculum-based learning, without needing internet access. Read on for more details!

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New Film: Breeze S4 scooter with canopy

In this video Kieran from TGA demonstrates the Breeze S4 scooter, which comes with a solid canopy and is available on the Motability Scheme.

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The evolution of prosthetics

Disability consultant and quadruple amputee Helen Dolphin looks back at the history of prosthetics, reflecting on her own experience and advances in technologies.


‘It removes stigma’: how tech breaks down barriers for disabled students

From crowded lecture halls to being away from home, university can be hard for disabled students. These new technologies are making study more accessible.


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