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Motability's The Big Event 2021

Posted in General News on Monday, June 21st, 2021

From 6th to 7th August The Big Event 2021 will take place online. The event will be a great way for people to find out about the benefits of the Motability Scheme and receive expert advice on motoring and independent mobility. Everybody is welcome and the event is free to attend. The Big Event is Motability’s event of the summer, and it will be the UK’s biggest online display of vehicles geared towards disabled motorists. The event brings together all the elements of the usual events including:  

  • Over 25 leading manufacturers displaying popular makes and models available to lease through the Motability Scheme 
  • Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs) and adaptations will be available to browse online 
  • There will also be a range of scooters and powered wheelchairs displayed at the event 
  • The Motability Scheme hub will be full of information about the worry-free leasing package, as well as the online Customer Account and customer stories 
  • Visitors can look forward to having questions answered by a range of experts including Scheme advisors, exhibitors and Scheme partners, through live chat. DMUK will be a part of this too. 

At this virtual show visitors will also have the opportunity to attend live Expert Speaker sessions in the virtual auditorium. Attendees will be able to attend a range of informative talks from industry specialists on both days of the event between the hours of 9:30am and 3:30pm. These talks will be a fantastic opportunity for visitors to get and abundance of expert advice and information.  

To attend The Big Event all you need to do is register yourself at thebigevent.motability.co.uk and log in on the days you wish to attend. You can also use this link to view the full two-day agenda. 

For more information on leasing a car, Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle, scooter or powered wheelchair through the Motability Scheme, visit motability.co.uk or call 0800 953 7000. 

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