Tuesday 9 November 2010


A Norwich van centre is helping more disabled people get into the driving seat after introducing its Motability service.

Robinsons Van Centre now has two dedicated two Motability experts in response to customer feedback and has undergone a series of inspections to achieve the Motability Scheme accreditation.

Motability customers can feel confident that an expert is always on hand to provide advice on who is eligible for the scheme and how to apply, as well as details on the full range of Volkswagen commercial vehicles available.

The Mobility scheme – run by not-for-profit organisation Motability – enables disabled people to use the government mobility allowance to buy a new vehicle at an affordable price, as well as have any necessary adaptations made.

David Marjoram, sales manager at the Robinsons van Center, strongly believes in providing a comprehensive service for his customers. He said: “We are continually looking at ways in which to improve our services for our customers.

“The Caravelle and Caddy Maxi Life provide the additional space, comfort and the practicability for conversions, making them suitable for motability customers.

“We hope our increased expertise will make it as easy as possible for people who are entitled to the allowance to make use of the Motability scheme.”

Anyone receiving the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance or the War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement is eligible for the scheme.

For more information contact Sue Foster on 01902 714 957 or email sue@connect-group.com.

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