New Lease of Life

David Wallace, from Motherwell in Scotland, suffers from Mutliple Sclerosis.  It was therefore becoming more and more difficult for his family to take David out and about until dad – also David – discovered he was entitled to a mobility car, through the Motability Scheme.  As a result, David now enjoys a new lease of life, thanks to his very own Renault Autograph wheelchair accessible car.

Dad David came to Allied Vehicles, the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of wheelchair accessible vehicles, to find a car that would be suitable for transporting his son wherever they wanted to go.  David chose the Renault Autograph and has never looked back.

David senior commented: “The ramp on the vehicle is excellent and so easy to use.  David and I love the car and its colour and we feel that it has really helped to change our lives around as we can get to places so much more easily now.”

David added how pleased he was with the service from Allied Vehicles: “The service we have received has been great.  The staff have been so friendly and helpful and have answered all the questions we have.”

The Renault Autograph – available with a choice of manual or automatic transmission – is available exclusively from Allied Vehicles.  Adapted from the popular Renault Kangoo the Autograph features a specially lowered-floor and is fully equipped with a one piece folding ramp, electric winch system and wheelchair restraints for optimum wheelchair access and safety.  As part of Allied’s ‘Nil Family’ the manual Autograph is available on the Motability Scheme with no Advance Payment.

Allied Vehicles Managing Director Paul Nelson said: “I’m delighted that David and his son are pleased with their new wheelchair accessible vehicle and the service we have provided.  I wish the Wallace family many mile of hapy motoring and hope the Autograph will continue to opne new doors for David.

For further information on the Renault Autograph wheelchair accessible vehicle or to request a free brochure call 0800 916 3021, email or click here

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