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The best accessible gardens to visit in summer 2019

To mark the start of National Gardening Week, we’ve picked out five of our favourite gardens, as seen in Rough Guide to Accessible Britain.

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What’s in my travel bag?

Blogger and Motability Scheme customer Sarah Alexander, from Sarah Lex, reveals the essential items that she packs in her travel bag.

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Test drive: Lightweight scooters put to the test

In our next instalment of mobility scooter reviews, our reviewer tests out three lightweight scooters to help you decide what's best for you.

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How to make small changes and big savings on your energy bills

Everyone uses electricity, but charging a scooter or powered wheelchair can make your bills add up. These tips show how you can save energy.

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8 Of the best apps to make parking easier

The task of finding a parking space is still something that can be frustrating for many drivers, however Car Buyer has identified some of the best apps available now that can help you with this.

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Helen Dolphin’s RAC breakdown experience

One of the benefits of having a Motability Scheme car is that full breakdown assistance and cover is included in the lease at no additional cost

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Opinion Article
Opinion Article
How the Motability Scheme gave James Coke the opportunity to give back to his community through volunteering

How the Motability Scheme gave James Coke the opportunity to give back to his community

I knew volunteering could be a stepping stone to something better. I decided that a car leased through the Motability Scheme could be the catalyst to bring things together.

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Kim’s story: Caring for my mum

"When mum became ill very unexpectedly, I became her full-time carer. It was diffcult but the Scheme allowed me to have something that was quality."

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Figures show that compulsory eye tests for motorists would cut road accidents

Almost 90 per cent of drivers believe that compulsory eye tests would cut collisions and make Britain’s roads safer, figures reveal

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“It has changed my life”: Sophie’s story

New customer Sophie explains how having a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle has made a huge difference to her everyday life.


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