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Motability's Good Condition Bonus Increases

Posted in General News on Thursday, July 11th, 2019

Motability scheme customers who return their lease vehicle in good condition will now receive a £600 'Good Condition Bonus' if they have leased the vehicle for three years and a £900 Good Condition Bonus if they have leased the vehicle for five years. If, when the condition of the vehicle is assessed, there are no signs of any serious damage the customer will automatically be sent a cheque for the applicable amount within 28 days of the vehicle being returned. When vehicles are returned to Motability in good condition it helps to keep the costs of the scheme low because vehicles can be sold on more efficiently. Therefore the 'Good Condition Bonus' is Motability’s way of thanking the scheme’s customers for taking good care of their vehicles.

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John France's Gravatar
John France

Thursday, July, 11th, 2019

Nice one, thanks.

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nargis

Sunday, July, 14th, 2019

what if the car has scratches

Yvonne Buccieri's Gravatar
Yvonne Buccieri

Tuesday, July, 16th, 2019

How much would you get back after 4 years and what is classed as serious damage against cosmetic damage?

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Christopher Kay

Saturday, August, 3rd, 2019

It would be nice if we could get the GCB bonus deducted off the enormous premium Advance Payment we disabled drivers have to pay for the adaption know as an automatic gearbox.

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Ken Birkett

Thursday, September, 12th, 2019

Much appreciated !!

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Steve Greenway

Friday, September, 13th, 2019

I completely agree with Christopher Kay, I personally wonder if this could be considered discrimination against disabled people? Surely most disabled people using a motability car to self drive would NEED the sort of adaptations that REQUIRE an automatic? So having to pay an extra £700 in advance fee compared to the exact same spec as the manual car seems discriminatory.