Am I eligible for the Motability Scheme?
- To qualify, you must receive either:
- Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance
- Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment
- Armed Forces Independence Payment
- War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement
You can also apply as a passenger if you are unable to drive.
What are the benefits of the Motability Scheme?
- A new GWM ORA every three years
- Insurance, servicing, and maintenance
- Full breakdown assistance
- Tyre and windscreen replacement
- 60,000 mileage allowance over three years
- Many adaptations at no extra cost
- Annual Road Fund licence
- Up to two nominated drivers
How do I get my car?
When you visit one of our retail sites to order your new GWM ORA on the Motability Scheme, you’ll need to bring with you both parts of your driving licence, your certificate of entitlement from either the Department for Work and Pensions or the Service Personnel and Veterans Agency, and your proof of address in the form of a recent utility bill or bank statement.
You will also need to bring the driving licences of any nominated drivers, as well as their consent to have their details checked by the DVLA.
Finally, please bring details of any previous accidents and driving convictions that you or your nominated driver may have.
Before collecting your vehicle, you’ll need to complete a signed agreement with Motability Operations. This online process is simple and will be carried out at the retail site using your Personal Identification Number, which you’ll receive once your application has been accepted.
What if I have specific requirements?
The Motability scheme includes any adaptations to your vehicle free of charge, so whether it is making more space for storing mobility equipment or specialised driving adaptions, your vehicle is designed around you. If you are unable to drive, you can still utilise the Motability scheme for a new vehicle by registering a nominated driver for your vehicle.