What is Motability? Founded in 1978, the Motability Scheme aim to give disabled drivers and their families greater freedom when it comes to mobility. By exchanging part or all of your government-funded mobility allowance, you can lease of a brand new car of your choice and retain your independence. It’s simple and hassle-free, and your payments cover the vehicle, insurance, maintenance, breakdown cover and more.
Am I Applicable? If you receive one of the mobility allowances listed below, you could be eligible for the Scheme. Qualifying applicants must have at least 12 months’ award length remaining. • Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
• Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance (HRMC DLA)
• War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS)
• Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP)
• Higher Rate Mobility Component of Child Disability Payment

Our Vehicles

Known for delivering exciting performance and a no-frills approach, the Dacia vehicle range is ideal for those who want the essentials without the fuss. These great-value cars are reliable and fun to drive, with emphasis placed on family practicality. Explore our Dacia Motability range today, or view the models in person at our Westcroft showroom.


It’s natural to have questions when you’re getting started with something new. Below, you’ll find answers to some of the commonest questions about the Motability Scheme. For full details, we recommend contacting our team at Brayleys Renault in Milton Keynes. We’ll be happy to help.

What cars are available on Motability?


The ‘our vehicles’ section on this page shows the Dacia Motability cars that we have available. Alternatively, you can visit our Brayleys Dacia showroom to view the models.

How do I apply for a Motability car?


Our Motability specialists can assist with your application for a Dacia Motability car. Get in touch with us today to find out more.

Do I own the car at the end of the lease?


When your leasing period comes to an end, you will not own the vehicle. Instead, you can either apply for a new car, or walk away with no further obligations