Motability Aberdeen - Use Of Your Vehicle Under The Scheme

Motability Aberdeen Scheme gives people the ability to lease a vehicle with part of their mobility allowance. This means you get a new WAV every five years or a new car every three years. However, there are some terms and conditions you will need to bear in mind in regards to the use of your car.

There are a few things you need to note when accepting a vehicle under the Motability Scotland scheme. Firstly, you need to have a legally valid driving licence to be accepted, whether that is you or your carer. If you have a driving licence that you obtained from outside of the United Kingdom, you will need to undergo some more checks. There are some things that are classed as misuse of the vehicle under this scheme that can result in undesirable consequences. For example, you may not get another Motability car in the future, your agreement may be terminated, or you may receive the bill for any estimated loss in terms of the sale value or any repairs that have been required. So, what is classified as misuse? Not looking after your vehicle properly, or using it for unauthorised business purposes, for instance, using the car as a delivery vehicle or a taxi. You are also not allowed to sell the car, or sub-lease it. You cannot use the car as part of a criminal act, or drive it while you are banned or don’t have insurance. Finally, if the disabled person is not getting the benefit of the vehicle, then this is also considered misuse.

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