Introducing The Motability Lifestyle Pod
The Motability Lifestyle Pod has arrived. A brand new, accessible, podcast brought to you by the team behind Motability’s award-winning Lifestyle magazine. Expect uplifting and feel-good content with lots of laughter. Find out where to watch and listen.
Free accessible days out across the UK
It's all too easy to spend a fortune on a day out. Take a look at these free attractions that make it possible to have a great time without breaking the bank.
Days out for foodies: The best accessible food and drink experiences in the UK
Rough Guides have picked out some of the best food and drink experiences in the UK, all accessible with a Motability Scheme car, WAV, powered wheelchair or scooter.
Troy Kotsur wins best supporting actor Oscar for Coda
This awards season marked a big milestone for disability representation in the media, with Troy Kotsur becoming the first deaf man to win an Oscar for acting. Read more about the importance of the award in this article from The Guardian.
Everyday Freedom photo challenge
Welcome to the launch of our Everyday Freedom Photo Challenge. This is a prize draw open to everyone over 18. Enter for a chance to win prizes!
‘I play the same CD over and over again!’
The power of music is undeniable, and often a good playlist in the car can make or break your journey. In this video, we spoke to different Scheme customers to find out what they listen to while driving. What do you like to listen to?
5 accessible activities to do with kids
Rough Guides have picked a range of fantastic accessible activities to keep the whole family entertained, from nature walks to BSL bedtime stories.
Meet your new soundtrack – The Motability Scheme is on Spotify
Did you know we're on Spotify? Our Spotify channel is now host to a wide range of themed playlists to suit any mood. We’ve got everything, from energising mixes to drivetime classics and playlists to unwind to. Read more here.
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!