Allied Mobility Hire is Here for You

During these exceptional times, we’re happy to say that our rental department is still available to offer expert advice on arranging wheelchair accessible and adapted vehicles for short and long-term hire.

Hiring with Allied Mobility

We know how important essential medical appointments are and we want to make sure you can get there.  Whether you’d like to travel in your wheelchair or need hand controls and other adaptations added to a standard car to assist with driving, we can help.

Our Vehicles Explained

Adapted vehicle hire: Our range of adapted cars are ideal for motorists who need additional support when driving.  We offer a variety of hand controls which can help drivers to operate floor pedals, indicator switches or turn the steering wheel.  We also offer boot hoists to help load wheelchairs and mobility scooters with ease.

Wheelchair accessible vehicle hire: Our wheelchair accessible vehicles allow the wheelchair user to travel in their wheelchair alongside able-bodied passengers.  The car is fitted with a foldable lightweight ramp or tail lift at the rear.  It also has the added feature of an electric winch which can be attached to the the wheelchair to pull it inside the vehicle.  The wheelchair is then secured with front and rear restraints.

What We’re Doing

If you hire with Allied Mobility you can be confident we’re taking every possible precaution to ensure your health and well-being are looked after.  Our delivery drivers are following NHS advice on maintaining the highest levels of personal hygiene care and all mobility vehicles and adaptations are being thoroughly valeted and sanitised before they are brought to your door.

It goes without saying that you are our top priority and we’ll continue to follow government advice on best practice.

Get in Touch

Whether you’re thinking about hiring now or in the near future, get in touch with our friendly and knowledgeable rental advisors today on 0800 916 0077 or email to find out how we can help you.

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