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    mobility contracts

    have to renew my driving licence because of parkinsons, if looking on the black side l lose it.. what do l do about my mobility car, it still has 2 years to run , any one know please.

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    If you lose your license and no one else can drive it for you, then you can terminate your contract and get a pro-rata payment of your AP back.
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    thanks Paul helps to know that, fingers crossed will be okay,

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    No problems, hopefully it won't come to that for you.

    If you ever have any queries, that don't get a quick response on here just call Motability, they really are helpful.
    Motability Car History
    05/09-05/12; Nissan Qashqai 1.5 Diesel Tekna; 36,500 miles; avg 41.1mpg
    06/12-07/15; Ford C-Max 2.0 Diesel Titanium Powershift; 35,400 miles; avg 37.8mpg
    07/15-09/17; Skoda Octavia 1.6 Diesel SE-L DSG; 28,200miles; avg 43.9mpg
    09/17-Present; VW Touran 1.4 Petrol SEL DSG; 11,600miles; avg 35.9mpg (28.6 - 43.9mpg)

    Click here to send me an email with any private Motoring questions you may have. Replies usually within 48hrs

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    Hi Mosie,

    The DVLA will probably add an all embracing phrase on your driving licence to say something like 'must use adaptations to suit disability' and ban you from driving a tractor or motorbike - not that you'd want to in the first place.

    As Paul said if the worst comes to the worst you could always nominate someone else to drive.

    Check this out for adaptations that you think could help.

    http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Disabled...ce/DG_10028001

    PS If you haven't got an automatic get one next time as they're so easy to drive.

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