Frequently Asked Questions
Driving Adaptations are solutions designed to improve driving comfort, safety and experience. These sorts of adaptations are normally positioned around steering with Hand Controls, Remote Controls and Accelerator/Pedal Modifications.
Anyone who requires a scooter or wheelchair knows that travelling by car can be tricky when the car in question is unable to store the assisting equipment. Stowage adaptations allow the driver to easily store wheelchairs or scooters in the car through internal vehicle modifications and Car Boot Hoists. Alternatively, you can choose to store your equipment on top of your car through clever Rooftop Stowage.
Generally, people who rely on a wheelchair or scooter for mobility often look for Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAV) only. This isn’t the only option and we are more than happy to arrange a no-obligation appointment to demonstrate the different options available to you. There are a number of adaptations that can be installed to improve the accessibility of any standard car.
Simply put, Access Adaptations are alterations to your car that enable you to get in and out of the vehicle with ease. These include Transfer Plates, Electric Hoists and Swivel Seats.
The VRT7 scheme provides a range of tax reliefs in connection with the purchase and use of motor vehicles. Relief in respect of Vehicle Registration Tax (VRT) and Value Added Tax (VAT) may be obtained on the purchase of a vehicle
The Scheme is open to individuals who meet the specified medical criteria and have received a Primary Medical Certificate to that effect. You can apply for relief either as a driver with a disability or a passenger with a disability. Alternatively, there is provision for a family member of a passenger with a disability to apply.
We would be more than happy to discuss the finance options available to our mobility customers.