Do you receive the Higher Rate Mobility Allowance? If so, then in partnership with Motability, we can help you get the car you want from just £55.25 per week. Watch the videos below to find out more.
With Motability and Paynes of Hinckley your perfect Ford car could be just around the corner.
Do you receive the higher rate mobility allowance? Then here's the perfect way to make the most of it.
Lease a car through Motability and you can enjoy the freedom of a new
car every three years. And when you visit Paynes of Hinckley you'll
discover a huge range of the very latest Ford models. Because your car
also comes with an all-inclusive package of servicing and maintenance as
well as breakdown cover and insurance, you'll enjoy completely
worry-free motoring. And if it's an adapted car you're looking for, pay
us a visit and you'll discover we can arrange a wide range of
adaptations to suit your needs.
Before you get round to visiting us, it's worth ensuring you're eligible to join Motability.
If you claim the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance (or the War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement), you're eligible - it's that simple. There are no checks, no assessments and absolutely no waiting lists.
If you choose to lease a car through Motability's Contract Hire scheme you must have at least 12 months' award length remaining. For customers choosing to buy a car with a Hire Purchase agreement, you will need to be receiving the allowance for the full length of your agreement.And don't worry if you don't drive, you can nominate two drivers.Simply exchange your allowance for your brand new car.Now all you need to do is choose your perfect new Ford car at Paynes of Hinckley.
Miles and miles of worry-free motoring!
We don't just want to help you enjoy the freedom of a brand new car -
we want you to enjoy it without the worry.That's why our partnership
with Motability is designed to make sure every journey you take is a
The comprehensive motoring package that comes with your Motability lease agreement includes…Insurance, Servicing and maintenance, Annual Car tax, RAC Breakdown cover, Replacement tyres, Windscreen replacement.All with a huge 60,000 mileage allowance over the 3 years of your contract.
Getting your brand new Motability car couldn't be easier.If you thought
taking part in the Motability Scheme involved lots of checks,
interviews and paperwork, think again.Things couldn't be more simple or
straightforward. That's why you'll find... No forms or paperwork. No
medical questions or assessments. No waiting lists. No credit checks.
All you need do is come and talk to one of our Motability specialists, Simon Jones or Chris Luff and test drive some of our cars to find the one that's right for you. And once you've decided on the car you'd like, bring us your: Driving licence or that of any planned drivers, letter of award entitlement and proof of your address (such as a recent utility bill)
As part of its welfare reform programme, the Government is replacing Disability Living Allowance (DLA) with Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
The Government began replacing DLA with PIP in April 2013 in Great Britain and on 20 June 2016 in Northern Ireland. The DWP (or Department for Communities in Northern Ireland) are writing to affected DLA recipients informing them that they will need to apply for PIP. The DWP continue to make payments until a decision on the PIP claim has been made. The most important thing you can do at this stage is ensure that the DWP (Department for Communities in Northern Ireland) has your correct contact details. You don't need to do anything else until the department writes to you, however, once they have contacted you, make sure you respond within their given timescales.
If you are aged 16 to 64, you may be entitled to PIP if you have a daily living and/or mobility needs and require extra help because of an illness, disability or mental health condition. The DWP makes the decision about the amount of Personal Independence Payment (PIP) you get and for how long. PIP is made up of 2 components called daily living
and mobility, and each can be paid at either a standard or enhanced rate.
The Motability Scheme works with PIP in the same way as it does with DLA. If you are newly awarded the Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of PIP and have at least 12 months remaining on your award, you will be able to lease a car, scooter, powered wheelchair or Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle through the Motability Scheme.
Are there many forms to complete?
There is no paperwork at all - no forms to fill in, no assessments or credit checks to go through. It's all done by one of our trained Motability specialists.
Will anyone want to check my physical condition?
No. There are no assessments of any kind. Provided you have at least 12 months left to run on the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance, you are eligible.
Do I have to be a driver?
No. You don't have to drive to take out a car on the Scheme - you can nominate up to two drivers.
What if I need my car adapted?
We have a wide range of car adaptations available, many at no extra cost. If you'd like more information, please call and ask Motability for 'Make it Yours' - their free guide to adaptations.
I have a
good no claims history. Can I carry this forward if I leave the Car Scheme in the future?
The Scheme insurers, Royal & Sun Alliance Motability are able to provide confirmation of the claims history on the policy.
Do you understand what I need from a car?
Paynes Garages partnership with Motability involves special training to make sure we understand the needs of people with a disability. Many people comment on how friendly and helpful we are and often return to us again and again to order their Motability car.
What if my circumstances change over the next three years?
Depending on the circumstances, Motability look at each case individually, and do their best to accommodate your new requirements.
I have chosen the car I want, what should I do next?
Once you've chosen the car, you simply need to place your order. Just bring these three things along to us: The driving licence of any planned drivers, your letter of award entitlement and proof of your address (such as a recent utility bill). We'll take care of everything else.
Anything else you'd like to know?If you'd like to know more about Motability, just get in touch. Give us a call or pop in and see us.Our Motability Specialists Chris Luff or Simon Jones would be happy to arrange a home visit to explain the scheme in more detail to you. Alternatively please contact us on 01455 237 777