Used Mobility Cars Scotland – Questions To Ask Before Buying

Used mobility cars Scotland wide represent a great opportunity for those who are not able to acquire a car under the Motability Scotland scheme. If this applies to you, read on to discover some of the key questions you should ask yourself before buying to ensure you end up with the perfect vehicle for you.

Can I see the vehicle’s mileage? When buying a used vehicle of any sort, it is important to check the mileage of the car to ensure that it has increased at a normal rate and has not been used excessively. If the mileage is incredibly high, it would be wise to consider a different vehicle. Is there enough room for the wheelchair user? Mobility cars Scotland wide come in many different sizes, and comfort for the wheelchair user is always the most important factor. You need to be sure that there is enough head room and space for them to enjoy the journey. Can I take the vehicle for a test drive? It is always a good idea to take the car for a test drive, and you should take it around areas you are most likely to drive too. As Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles tend to be bigger in size, you want to make sure there is going to be enough room for you to manoeuvre the vehicle. Can I see the vehicle’s MOT certificates? Last but not least, when you are buying a car over three years old it is imperative that it has had an MOT.

If you are interested in used mobility cars Scotland based, Gleneagles Conversions has a wide selection of vehicles for you to choose from. We also have new and nearly new mobility cars for sale as well. You can discover more by heading to our website, http://gleneaglesconversions.co.uk/. Or, if you have any questions, send them to info@gleneaglesconversions.co.uk.