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Oct
31
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Many disabled drivers, as well as carers or relatives of disabled people who are unable to drive, are entitled to a complete road tax exemption. However, due to a lack of information, many are not making the claims.
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Oct
17
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Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs) are standard vehicles that have been modified for wheelchair access, encompassing a variety of cars, vans and buses that can make all the difference in helping mobility. In WAVs, the wheelchair user can ride as either passenger or driver without being transferred from their wheelchair. Choosing a WAV involves a consideration of a whole host of features — through powered lifts and access ramps — made easy at Premier Mobility.
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Sep
27
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Ideas and Tips
When choosing between wheelchair accessible vehicles, there are a lot of things to consider. One of the most important is how much fuel you can save while driving, as this can save you time and money in the long run. Luckily, there are a few simple fuel-saving tricks that any driver can take advantage of.
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Sep
18
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The Department for Transport (DfT) have started a project to transform the Blue Badge service.
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Sep
11
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A group fronted by Brake and the RAC have written a letter to Google-owned Android, Microsoft and Groupe Spéciale Mobile Association (GSMA) urging them to commit to an opt out mode on smartphones as standard.
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Sep
07
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Using a wheelchair doesn’t mean that you need to be excluded from driving. To help you prepare for the practical part of your driving test we have provided below a guide to the key points to note.
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Aug
30
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Disability Wales has said that more needs to be done to make sure popular tourist locations are accessible to people with disabilities.
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Aug
30
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Wheelchair accessible taxis are specially modified vehicles that allow a disabled person to travel in comfort along with their friends and family. The vehicles are designed with the disabled user specifically in mind, with their most important function being that they allow a wheelchair user to easily enter the vehicle and remain in the wheelchair throughout the journey, avoiding transferring into a seat as well as offering enhanced safety features, such as restraints that lock the wheelchair in place. Taxi firms across the country are beginning to recognise how important it is to have these types of vehicles within their fleet, it is time that your firm began to consider upgrading to these inclusive vehicles too, to avoid being left behind. Aside from keeping up with your rivals, however, what other benefits are there to upgrading your fleet?
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Aug
18
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Buying Guide
Purchasing an automobile to convert into a wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV) requires a great deal of forethought, planning and cost considerations in its design. The following are some considerations.
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Aug
16
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The number of drivers in the UK aged over 90 has topped 100,000 for the first time.
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