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Mobility One Ltd in Tackley, Oxfordshire




Mobility vehicles, choices and freedom


If you have a physical disability, life suddenly becomes much harder. Depending on your personal circumstances, it may not be so easy to get around and, you may also have to rely on a wheelchair, so a normal vehicle may be impractical. When your physical abilities are impaired, you lose your sense o


Keeping your mobility vehicle healthy this winter


Mobility vehicles are essential in giving some extra freedom and independence when you are finding it a little harder to get around. They provide a real lifeline all year round but can be especially handy over the winter, when cold weather can wreak havoc with stiff joints and the icy conditions mak


Top tips when choosing a mobility vehicle


There's so much to think about when choosing a mobility vehicle, and you'll want to get the best value vehicle, as well as one that meets your needs. It's easy to get carried away when you see the range of mobility vehicles for sale, but set your budget and do your research and you'll be able to mak


Parking with disabilities and mobility vehicles in London


If you have a disability or use a mobility vehicle, you may be concerned about the availability of parking in London. This post provides guidance on where to park, and what schemes are in operation in the city. I am a Blue Badge holder, where should I park? Due to the limited availability of parkin


The motivational power of the Paralympics


Whilst we can't all be paralympians, just as most able-bodied people can't compete in the Olympics, we can all be inspired by the courage, tenacity and talent of those who represent us in these sporting fields.


Side access v rear access for WAV vehicles


There are so many decisions to make when you decide on a wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV). The conversions now available are as diverse as the people who use them, and it's easy to get carried away with the possibilities. But don't let your heart rule your head when it comes to making decisions a


What is a WAV (Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle)?


A wheelchair accessible vehicle (or WAV for short) is a car which has been modified to provide wheelchair access, via either a lift or a ramp. This enables the wheelchair user to remain seated in their own chair for the journey, either as a passenger or a driver.


Opening Hours


Monday
09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday
09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday
09:00 - 17:00
Thursday
09:00 - 17:00
Friday
09:00 - 17:00
Saturday
09:00 - 17:00
Sunday Please call 07831 140 900 for 24/7 help

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