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There are a few rules

Motability is run for the benefit of all disabled people; therefore we are committed to combating fraud and the misuse of Motability cars. If the following terms and conditions of use are broken, we will take action:

The car must only be driven by the permitted drivers on the Certificate of Motor Insurance.

The car should be primarily used for the benefit of the disabled customer, but the disabled

The car must not be used as a taxi or delivery vehicle or for any unauthorised business use.

The car must not be lent,

person does not have to be in the car at all times.

sub-leased or sold.

Additional financial help If your mobility needs mean you require a specific car, and you are unable to afford the advance payment required, essential adaptations or a WAV, don’t worry, Motability may be able to provide financial help.

any serious driving convictions, disqualifi- cations or endorsements within the last five years. There are also some restrictions and higher excesses for those drivers aged under 25 or with provisional licences. Only one named driver under 21 is permitted.

Financial help is only awarded towards the least expensive solution that meets your mobility needs and you should also expect to make a financial contribution. To ask about getting financial help call us on 0845 456 4566.

Named drivers Named drivers are people you choose to drive your Motability car. Up to two named drivers are included in your lease; yourself and one other, or two named drivers (these can be friends, family or carers). You will simply need to tell your dealer about anyone you wish to drive the car (including yourself) when you order it, to ensure they are named as permitted drivers on your Certificate of Motor Insurance. You can add a third driver for an additional cost by simply calling RSA Motability on 0500 37 37 37.

The claims history of any proposed driver will be considered and they must not have

Young drivers People aged under 25 are allowed to drive Motability cars, and we also offer some extra support to these young drivers. Recipients of the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance can learn to drive aged 16. Drivers aged 16-24 (whether yourself or a named driver) are offered PASS PLUS, a free six hour course from the AA. It has been specifically designed to teach young drivers to drive more safely and can reduce the insurance excess once the course has been completed successfully. Just ask your dealer about PASS PLUS when you order your car.

Whilst being eligible to drive a car leased from Motability, drivers aged under 25 (whether yourself or a named driver) can only drive cars up to the ABI (Association of British Insurers) car group 18 (1 to 50 scale). For more information speak to your dealer or visit www.thatcham.org/abigrouprating

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