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The Motability Scheme has been helping people to get around since 1978, when it first began providing vehicles to disabled people. Nowadays the national charity leases cars, scooters and wheelchair-accessible vehicles (WAVs) to people throughout the country thanks to its government-approved scheme. 

Wilsons of Rathkenny, as well as other automotive dealerships, work alongside the Motability Scheme to help provide disabled people with the option to lease a new car in exchange for their government funded mobility allowance. As part of this scheme, we can provide a number of leading-brand models, including cars from Vauxahll, SEAT, and Nissan. Whatever type of car you’re looking for, we’re sure to have an option that works for you.  We will endeavour to make the purchase of your motability vehicle easy and hassle free.

More and more electric and hybrid cars are becoming available on the Motability Scheme, and are available here at Wilsons of Rathkenny. PHEVs, BEVs, EVs … it can be hard to get your head around alternative fuels and the difference between types of electric and hybrid vehicles. The short video below will help to explain all you need to know on the different types of electric vehicles.

So why not call us today and learn more about what Wilsons of Rathkenny and Motability can do for you! 

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Contact us today to book a no-obligation appointment with one of our Motability specialists. They will be happy to answer any queries you have about the Motability scheme and provide you with further information on the options available to you.
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