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Top shout - rebadged scion Xb - both cool and boxy enough to accomodate most things, but not sure if it is commonly converted, especially in the UK.
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Panda is a top suggestion. Suzuki Wagon R? Or a Skoda Roomster?

Diesel is the way to go. More lug for the extra weight you'll no doubt add, fuel efficient and resonably spritely when pushed.
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Fiat Panda by a country mile. Honda Jazz may be a possibility, though?
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^ Always someone with a practical suggestion..
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how old do you have to be to be entitled to a motability car?
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(Original post by pumpkin7)
how old do you have to be to be entitled to a motability car?
"Are you eligible for a Motability car?

To join the Motability Car Scheme, you must be receiving either:

* Higher Rate Mobility Component (HRMC) of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA), or
* War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement (WPMS).

Plus... with the Contract Hire package you don't need to drive. You can nominate up to two drivers who may be friends or relatives, and parents or carers can apply on behalf of a child aged three years and upwards.

Please note: If you choose the Contract Hire scheme you must have at least 12 months' award length remaining. For customers choosing to buy a car with a Hire Purchase agreement, it is normally expected that you will be receiving the allowance for the full length of the agreement.

Proposed drivers must not have any serious driving convictions, disqualifications, or endorsements within the last five years. There are also some restrictions on drivers under 25 and those with provisional licences. "

I'm not going to use motability, though. I think, for the most part, it's a rip off.
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i've never looked at it like that :p: ok then!
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hyundai amica? think that's what it's called, my mum drives one and i think it's vv boxy and the back seats do fold down
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