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

Prices and paying

Get to know the cost

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles tend to cost more than standard cars because there are different stages and companies involved in getting the conversion right for you. And because there are fewer Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles on the road than standard cars, suppliers cannot benefit from mass production.

Advance Payments

You’ll need to pay an Advance Payment at the start of your lease to make up the difference between your allowance payments and what the lease costs.

If you're eligible for the £750 New Vehicle Payment, you can choose to send this directly to your dealer to help towards your Advance Payment.

If you need a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle but cannot afford the Advance Payment, Motability Foundation might be able to give you a grant, depending on your circumstances.

Learn more about grants

What else can I get?

Nearly New Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

These are Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles people have given back to us after they’ve ended their lease early, so they’ll be up to four years old. They’re all in very good condition, they cost less and we can still adapt them to suit your needs.

Speak to a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle supplier

You can start applying online, from the comfort of your home. Then speak to a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle supplier and they’ll arrange a home demonstration for you.

Find a supplier

What you’ll get in our worry‑free package

Insurance cover

Insurance cover

We’ll arrange this for you. You can add up to three named drivers and can change these at any time.


Servicing and MOT

We’ll cover your regular services and routine repairs, to keep your vehicle running perfectly.

Breakdown cover

Breakdown cover

We’ll give you RAC cover, so you can travel with peace of mind.


Continued support

Call your Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle supplier and they’ll be happy to help.