Compare Motability with buying outright from Brotherwood Automobility
On our website, you will find a section that details the cost differences between buying a car outright from our Dorset showroom and going through the Motability Scheme
Dorset (PRUnderground) July 19th, 2012
The popularity of quality wheelchair vehicles has been increasing amongst disabled people and their families in recent years, with a desire for comfortable and convenient transport reaching an all-time high. For those interested in joining the many that have already enjoyed the increased independence offered by mobility cars, there are now various ways of acquiring a suitable model, which Brotherwood Autmobility can help with negotiating.
On our website, for example, you will find a price comparison section that lists and details all the cost differences between buying a car outright from our Dorset showroom and going through the Motability Scheme. Something this page helps to set out is the total amount of money that you could roughly expect to pay over a five year period (the example taken here is for an automatic Kia Red Label 3), and the fact that, although a Brotherwood vehicle could cost more initially, this investment will reap dividends in the long run.
Deciding to purchase any kind of vehicle can be a life-changing commitment, and those considering doing so understandably wish to take their time and ensure that they are making the right choice when it comes to what they buy and how best to buy it. If you are one of these people, why not get in contact with the team at Brotherwood Automobility today and browse our great selection of new and used mobility cars? With a range of excellent models and a wealth of helpful information on our website, we believe that we provide our customers with a service that is second to none.
About Brotherwood Automobility
Brotherwood Automobility are a specialist company that have been converting vehicles into Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles since 1985.
The company, which now has 58 members of staff and a turnover of more than £7 million, converts vehicles to allow wheelchair users across the world to travel seated in their wheelchairs. It exports internationally as far as Australia, Asia and South Africa, as well as to Europe.
The company also buys back and refurbishes used vehicles for resale.