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Cartwright Conversions approved by Motability Scheme

Steve Shaw Cartwright Conversions

Cartwright Conversions has expanded to sell wheelchair accessible vehicles and approved by Motability Scheme.

The acceptance marks the first time in ten years since it has been part of the Scheme, which has more than 650,000 customers.

Cartwright Mobility offers rear passenger wheelchair accessible vehicles that seat between six and eight people on four base models: a Ford Transit, Ford Custom, Ford Connect and Renault Trafic.

Cartwright Mobility’s commercial and operations director Steve Shaw (pictured) said: “We are delighted to have been accepted onto the Motability Scheme as an approved supplier of WAVs.

“It gives us the opportunity to provide more people with high quality vehicles so they can enjoy the freedom of the open road whatever their budget and individual requirements.”  

All of the vehicles are converted in a dedicated facility in Doncaster and have passed strict safety measures set by the UK’s governing body for wheelchair accessible vehicles.

Cartwright is offering three year’s warranty as standard and a premium aftercare package, amongst other benefits.    



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