Driving Mobility to showcase assessment services at Motability’s The Big Event
Your opportunity to put questions, about all aspects of adapted driving, to several Driving Mobility advisors who will be available on a live chat throughout the event.
Have you heard of Wizzybug? Would you like to help disabled children get mobile?
Designability, a national charity based in Bath, makes Wizzybugs and provides them on a long-term loan free of charge to disabled children across the UK and they need your help to reach more children
New international database launches to help with driver licensing, vehicle adaptation and accessible parking for people with disabilities.
New ‘DISABLED MOTORING: Travel Opportunities for Motorists with a Disability” website launched
Motability awards grant for new pilot at Driving Mobility centres to get more disabled people motoring
Motability has awarded Driving Mobility grant funding of £50,000 to pilot a new Driving Assessment Grant Programme for disabled drivers who do not currently use the Motability Scheme.
Driving Mobility statement: Response to press coverage relating to potential Graduated Driver Licence Schemes for drivers over 70.
Driving Mobility’s official press statement relating to recent press coverage
Enhanced Driving Mobility website delivers greater guidance on assisted driving and independence
Driving Mobility has relaunched its website to provide comprehensive guidance on all aspects of adapted driving, accessible travel and personal mobility.
How Emily Learns to Transfer Again
Emily Roberts learns to transfer again and demonstrates how she transfers in and out of her car.
Driving Mobility’s RDAC Disability Driving School helps first client pass driving test
Following a severe arm injury, James Martin, 30, from Farnworth near Bolton, has become the first Driving Mobility client to pass his driving test thanks to the support of the new RDAC Disability Driving School.
‘The Force’ is strong with Star Wars Chris and Obi the dog thanks to Driving Mobility
Lifelong Star Wars film fan Chris Welch, 48 from Poole, has maintained driving independence thanks to the support of Driving Mobility and his assistance dog Obi.