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11,000 visitors flock to NEC to explore UK’s biggest disability motoring show

The Motability Scheme’s Big Event welcomes over 11,000 people through the doors of the NEC to learn more about the future of motoring.

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Go Charge launches to simplify public EV charging

Motability Operations partners with Innovative tech company Paua to improve public charging for over 48,000 Motability customers

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The Motability Scheme’s Big Event returns to Birmingham with an electrifying line-up for 2024

The Big Event is returning to the NEC in Birmingham on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 May 2024. Hosted by the Motability Scheme and with a focus on electric motoring, The Big Event Birmingham brings together the widest range of vehicles available on the Scheme.

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Motability Scheme EV Experience Day events launch in Stafford

The Motability Scheme is charging up its event calendar with a new series of free EV Experience Days

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New partnership boosts mobility in sports for disabled Scots

Great news for disabled people in Scotland – Scottish Disability Sport (SDS) and the Motability Scheme have teamed up to make sport more accessible and fun for everyone in Scotland, especially for people with disabilities.   

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EVs are now more affordable than ever on the Motability Scheme

Motability Operations releases its latest price list with more choice of great value and high-tech EVs

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Inclusive EV design: Motability Operations and CALLUM reveal next-generation electric wheelchair accessible vehicle concept

  • eVITA, an accessible and versatile electric vehicle (EV) concept, has been developed in a partnership between Motability Operations and CALLUM to demonstrate what is possible when inclusive design and engineering are at the fore
  • Motability Operations has identified that more than 34,000 users of wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAVs) in the UK could be left behind in the transition to EVs if the automotive industry does not take action and collaborate to design and manufacture inclusive vehicles
  • eVITA concept functionality has been designed alongside real customers and wheelchair users to address common concerns
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The Motability Scheme launches its first official brand ambassadors

London, 19 March 2024: The Motability Scheme today has unveiled its new brand ambassador programme, featuring a lineup of inspiring and accomplished customers who will build awareness and increase understanding of the life-changing Scheme.

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Driving Change: How our partnership with Ohme supports our customers' journey to electric

As the automotive industry moves its production lines to electric, and the availability of new petrol and diesel cars decreases, we’re busy working with the industry on a range of solutions so our customers can make a worry-free shift to electric.  

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Paraplegic racing driver set for epic 2024 season thanks to sponsorship support from the Motability Scheme, the UK leader in disability motoring

Motability Scheme customer, Noah Cosby is preparing to take on the 2024 racing season with Team BRIT – the world’s only competitive team of all-disabled racing drivers – thanks to a partnership with the Scheme that launched today (Tuesday 23 January 2024).

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The Motability Scheme’s Big Event returns with an electrifying line-up for 2024

With more electric vehicles on show than ever before, The Big Event series is the best opportunity to try out an EV on the Motability Scheme!

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Motability Operations, the UK’s largest fleet owner, drives towards an EV future as the industry moves to electric

Motability Operations releases its latest price list with an increased range of great value and long-range EVs, making it more affordable for its 700,000 disabled customers to switch to electric.