Thanks to the Motability Scheme adaptations are available in order to make your driving experience as comfortable as possible. This means adapting a standard production car to better suit your needs as a driver, or a passenger. According to the Motability Scheme around 40,000 people have had adaptations fitted to their vehicle in order to make driving or travelling in a car more comfortable for them, and you could be next.
Typically, Motability vehicle adaptations fall into three different categories. These include driving adaptations, stowage adaptations and access adaptations.
This form of adaptation is designed to help make your driving experience easier - including perhaps enabling someone to drive where they may not otherwise be able to. Driving adaptations include assistance with things like speed control, steering and signalling, from simple attachments to full control replacements.