Drayton smart – how the Motability Scheme works

The Motability Scheme is simple to understand and straightforward to apply for, particularly when you approach the specialists at Drayton smart. We outline how the scheme works below so that you are fully informed before you apply.

  • Choose your vehicle
  • Approach a dealer
  • Order your car

The first stage is to choose your model, but there’s more to think about than which appeals the most. You also need to consider any adaptations that will be required and the costs involved. Drayton smart supplies both of the manufacturer’s city cars – the fortwo and forfour – and all versions of it to satisfy more members. Click here for the scheme’s guidance on important things to consider when choosing your car.

Financial help is available to help you afford a Motability vehicle and this can cover the advanced payment or adaptations if they are beyond your budget. This assistance applies to the most inexpensive option after your mobility allowance has been used in full.

Once you know which car is most suitable for your needs and budget it is time to approach a relevant dealership. Drayton smart operates seven sites across the West Midlands in Stoke, Stafford, Shrewsbury, Stourbridge, Walsall, Wolverhampton and Worcester for members who want to lease a new smart car. You can discuss your options with our Motability specialist and take either model for a test drive. Our experts will also arrange for adaptations if they are required.

The final stage is to order your chosen car with the help of your Motability specialist. They will complete your order online and send through the acceptance letter which contains your Personal Identification Number. You should keep this safe as it is required when you collect your vehicle. Your chosen dealership will also let you know the expected delivery date, and it is wise to stay in touch with them as this may change.

Please get in touch with Drayton smart today for more information on the Motability Scheme and to start the application process.