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Allied Vehicles

Stand: 9180

As the UK’s leading specialist in wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAVs), Allied Mobility is dedicated to designing and building the best range of wheelchair cars, people carriers and minibuses available. We’re equally dedicated to looking after our customers – not just helping you find your ideal vehicle but keeping in touch and providing ongoing support, throughout the life of your Allied Mobility vehicle.

Choosing Your WAV

With local mobility consultants throughout the UK, Allied Mobility provides free, no obligation, home demonstrations. Your dedicated mobility consultant will bring a vehicle or vehicles to your home, to help you decide on the most suitable model.

As soon as your new WAV is ready, we’ll deliver it to your door, anywhere in the UK. Your delivery driver will also provide a full demonstration to make sure you are confident in using the wheelchair access features of your vehicle.

Familiarisation Check

Once you’ve had your WAV a few weeks, we’ll get back in touch and arrange for your local Allied Mobility consultant (whom you’ve already met) to pop round for a post-sale familiarisation check. This gives you the chance to ask any questions that may have come up while we double-check that key elements of your vehicle are all working as they should.

Annual Safety Inspection with Allied Aftercare

Buy any new WAV from Allied Mobility and you’ll also benefit from an annual inspection visit, carried out by a trained technician. He or she will arrange a suitable time to visit you at home and carry out a safety check covering key accessibility and vehicle components.

Seven-day Advice & Support

In addition to these scheduled visits, you can contact Allied Mobility, by telephone or email, whenever you need us. Our friendly advisors are here to offer advice and support, seven days a week.

Keeping in Touch

Allied Mobility’s aftercare programme doesn’t end there. You’ll receive related news and information about wheelchair accessible transport and other disability topics through our popular Access all Areas magazine and e-bulletins. We also arrange mobility days around the country which include the chance to see a leading visitor attraction – look out for invitations sent locally or check this website for information on upcoming events.