Looking Good Two!

As the UK’s leading supplier of wheelchair accessible vehicles, Allied Vehicles is building a strong customer base. Even so, it’s not every day that the company finds itself dealing with two next-door neighbours! Mrs Judy Murphin of Nottingham was delighted


Independence Makes Its Mark

Designed to accommodate up to 9 seated passengers the custom-built Independence is comfortable and convenient. The superb range of equipment includes an exclusive 2.0 HDi 16V engine, wheelchair access with lightweight ramp, driver’s airbag, passenger side step and versatile seating arrangements.


Restaurant Boosts Patient Freedom

Patients at London’s Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability will be able to travel in a new specilised ambulance – thanks to the generosity of diners at a Wandsworth restaurant. Customers at the Outback Steakhouse in Wandsworth donated £12,000 to purchase the new


Minibus Joy for Care Home

Residents of Hallgarth Care Home, in Durham, faced an anxious time following the withdrawal of the local authority’s minibus service for financial reasons. But the team at the nursing home soon realised that their best option was to purchase their own vehicle.


Mini Turning Maxi

Allied Vehicles’ recently launched minibus division is experiencing strong demand, particularly for the new Peugeot Monarch, built exclusively by Allied Vehicles. As a result, three new sales executives have been appointed. Richard Coleman, who is currently visiting minibus customers across


Twin Makeover

The Independence Twin – manufactured exclusively by Allied Vehicles –  has a new look! With new body mouldings and a new Peugeot 16 valve engine available only from Allied Vehicles, the Independence Twin is undoubtedly one of the smartest and most flexible people carriers on the road


Renault Autograph Now Launched

Allied Vehicles, a leading specialist in vehicle adaptation, is pleased to announce the launch of their first fully automatic wheelchair accessible vehicle – the Renault Autograph. Adapted at Allied Vehicles’ purpose-built premises, the Autograph is one of a kind. With


MP Calls For Taxi Equality

Local MP for Dudley, Ian Austin, is calling on the government to make charging wheelchair passengers more for taxis illegal. An investigation has shown that many taxi companies are guilty of adding on a charge in order for people to


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