Below are the details of charities which may be of interest to people who use our adaptations. They all do incredible work and offer amazing experiences so please visit their websites for further information.
Speed of Sight are a charity that run track events for people of all ages regardless of ability or disability. They have vehicles with dual braking and dual steering which enables anyone to get behind the wheel for a driving experience. We have installed hand controls for those people who require this type of adaptation to drive, and they have a variety of vehicles to provide this opportunity for all.
As well as driving experiences for people with disabilities, they offer activities such as corporate
promote positive awareness around disability.
Read more about the charity, their incredible team, and what they have to offer on their website:
VetRun180 take UK physically & mentally injured military veterans on challenging 4x4 driving expeditions and other forms of adventure therapy on expeditions worldwide.
We have adapted some vehicles for them to use on their expeditions.
Find out more about what they offer on their website:
Spinal Track is a charity who offer Track Days and Rally Experiences to disabled drivers, with adapted cars developed by racers who understand the wants and needs of car enthusiasts with a disability.
Our adaptations have been installed on to some of their vehicles over the years and you can check out more about them and what they offer on their website: https://spinaltrack.org
Little People UK are a charity that was set up to offer friendship and support to people with dwarfism, their families and their friends.
We have had the delight of attending their gathering and meeting with many of the wonderful people involved in the organisation.
Find out more about what they have going on by visiting their website: https://littlepeople.org.uk
Euan’s Guide are a charity which aims to empower disabled people by providing information that will give confidence and choices for getting out and about.
They have a disabled access review website, work towards improving accessibility, run an Access Survey and much more.
For full information about what they do, visit their website:https://www.euansguide.com
Commonly requested contact telephone numbers are listed below.
Motability Operations Customer Care Line 0300 456 4566
Motability Grants 0800 500 3186
Driving Mobility 0800 559 3636