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Allied’s Tip and Tumble seat is a winner

A CAR seat making travelling easier for owners of the wheelchair accessible Peugeot Horizon has been developed by Allied Mobility.

Blue badge parking just a click away

BLUE badge holders across the UK could soon be clicking their mobile phones to find a free parking space if a new service being trialled is successful.

WARNING: Chaos ahead for Blue Badge holders!

EXTENDING the Blue Badge scheme to people with hidden disabilities could have disastrous consequences for all Blue Badge holders, especially wheelchair users, say Disabled Motoring UK.

Blue Badges extended for hidden disabilities

PEOPLE with hidden disabilities, including autism and mental health conditions will soon have access to Blue Badges, removing the barriers many face to travel.

Disabled ‘motor show’ on the way to Birmingham

THE UK’s largest display of cars, scooters and powered wheelchairs for disabled people, The Big Event, will take place for the first time at the NEC in Birmingham in July.

Paddy’s Hopkirk’s son goes one better than dad

THE son of rally car legend Paddy Hopkirk has gone one better than his father . . .

‘We’ve got to get all cars talking to each other’

THE UK’s biggest independent road safety charity IAM RoadSmart maintains that we will not gain the full safety benefits of self-driving cars until every car on the road is connected to each other – a statement that has now been backed up by a white paper produced by experts at the University of Michigan.

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