The Motability Driving Lessons Grant Programme is a UK-based program that provides grants to disabled individuals to help cover the cost of driving lessons.
The program is run by Motability, a UK charity that works to improve the mobility and independence of disabled people.
The Motability Driving Lessons Grant Programme is designed to help disabled individuals who are unable to drive due to their disability, and who would benefit from being able to drive. The program provides grants to cover the cost of driving lessons for individuals who meet certain eligibility criteria.
To be eligible for the Motability Driving Lessons Grant Programme, individuals must:
- Be aged 16 or over
- Have a disability that affects their mobility and makes them unable to drive
- Live in the UK
- Meet certain financial eligibility criteria
- Have a current vehicle, scooter or powered wheelchair lease agreement on the Motability Scheme or;
- Have a pending application for a vehicle on the Motability Scheme, with a confirmed date to take delivery of the vehicle within the next four months
The Motability Driving Lessons Grant Programme is intended to help disabled individuals gain the skills and knowledge they need to become confident and safe drivers. The program is funded by donations from Motability Scheme customers, who donate a portion of the profits from the sale of their Motability Scheme vehicle to the program.
The grant covers the cost of driving lessons with a qualified driving instructor. The grant is paid directly to the instructor, and the learner is responsible for paying any additional fees or charges. The grant is not intended to cover the cost of a driving test or a vehicle.
To apply for the Motability Driving Lessons Grant Programme, individuals must complete an application form and provide proof of their disability and financial eligibility. Applications are reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and grants are awarded based on the individual’s needs and circumstances.