What is Motability? The Motability Scheme was created to give disabled drivers and their families a chance to enjoy greater freedom and mobility. Through the lease of a brand new car, customers can retain their independence for longer. Simply exchange part or all of your government-funded mobility allowance for the vehicle, with insurance, maintenance, breakdown cover and more included.
Am I Applicable? Those receiving one of the below mobility allowances could be eligible to join the Scheme. There must be at least 12 months’ award length remaining on your allowance to qualify. • 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

The Renault range is diverse and exciting, catering to a range of needs. Whether you’re looking for a compact city car or a family-friendly SUV, there’s something in the line-up to suit. You’ll even find electric and hybrid models, which offer great performance alongside a cleaner on-road experience. Learn more about our Renault Motability cars here, or Brayleys Renault today to speak to a Motability specialist.


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?


Take a look at the ‘our vehicles’ section on this page, where you’ll find the Renault Motability cars we have available. Alternatively, drop into our Brayleys Renault showroom to view our line-up.

How do I apply for a Motability car?


Our Motability specialists can help you get started with your application for a Renault Motability car. Get in touch with us today.

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


At the end of your lease, you will not own the vehicle. Instead, you have two options: either apply for a new car, or walk away with no further obligations.