WAV stands for Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle. This means you can travel in the vehicle while seat in your wheelchair

Is there an inspection at the end of my lease?

Yes – the dealer will take a brief description of your car’s condition when you hand it back.

If it’s in good condition

You could get a Good Condition Payment (GCP) a few weeks later.

You’ll also need to get an MOT test done before you hand your vehicle back. An inspection happens during this too.

If you live in Northern Ireland

You'll need to get an MOT four years into your lease.

If you live in the Isle of Man

You do not need to get an MOT test.

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Related FAQs

How long is my lease and what do I do when it ends?

Leases generally run for three years from the date you got your car, or five years if you have a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle).

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I have six months left on my allowance, but my lease ends soon. What can I do?

We can extend your current lease to keep you in your vehicle until you have confirmation of your new award.

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Can I get my car from a different dealer?

You can get a car from any manufacturer or dealer, as long as they’re Motability-accredited.

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My new vehicle is not ready yet. What can I do?

We’ll extend your current lease so it matches the start of the your new one.

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