Henrietta Freeman, a triathlon competitor and writer for Disabled Motoring UK, will use a new Ford Focus 1.6 Titanium Estate with an automatic gearbox to help her quest to reach the 2016 Olympics.
The Ford Focus Estate is one of several Motability cars available on the scheme, which aims to get young and old drivers with disabilities onto the road through discounts and modifications to standard road cars to suit an individual driver’s needs.
In Henrietta’s case, the car is designed to carry her racing wheelchair to events as she looks towards future Olympic games.
The car was delivered from Perrys in Aylesbury and, as Henrietta spends much of her time promoting Motability to young people, will help to raise awareness of the benefits of the scheme.
Perrys offers some of the UK’s favourite cars as part of the Motability scheme including Peugeot, Vauxhall, Ford, Fiat, Kia and Mazda.
All vehicles sold through the scheme comes with three years servicing and maintenance, and three years breakdown cover.
The scheme is available for all people who claim the higher rate of disability allowance. For more information, take a look at our guide to the Motability scheme.