Trained Motability specialist are based at our Derry~Londonderry location on the Strand Road. If you are unable to make the journey to out location we can come to you.
Please call our team on 02871367136 to arrange a home visit.
Founded in 1977, Motability is a national charity helping disabled people, their families and carers become mobile. As one of the founding manufacturers of the programme, Ford are delighted to have supplied over half a million Motability vehicles to date.
We know that having a car can give you the freedom of independence. With Ford Mobility, we can also provide you with real freedom of choice, with an extensive range of award-winning cars that deliver versatility and roominess without compromising on performance, driveability or style. For more information on the Scheme or to see our FAQ's click the tabs on the left hand side.
Whether you are new to the scheme or looking to renew your current vehicle our team of Motability specialists are on hand to organise hassle-free delivery of your new vehicle. You will find our Price List of the Full Range of Ford Cars available on the Motability Scheme, and our Special Offers we have available on selected vehicles.
With contract Hire you simply assign your allowance to Motability and get a brand new car every three years. Your allowance covers most of the running costs. All you have to do is fill your car with fuel.
Your agreement includes:
A brand new Ford of your choice every three years Insurance, loss and damage protection, personal accident cover for named drivers and passengers
To qualify, you need to be receiving either the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance (HRMC-DLA), Enhanced Rate Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (ERMC PIP), the War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS) or Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP). You can find out more from your local Department of Work and Pensions.
Seat heights and door widths are important to me when choosing a car. Where can I find this information about Ford cars?
There are a number of good options: