Ford Kings Norton celebrates Motability award
Bristol Street Motors Ford Kings Norton has been recognised for its excellent work with the Motability Scheme.
Simon Parker, the dealership’s Motability Specialist, was presented with the Q2 Motability award by Dealer Development Manager Paul Kellyas part of a programme launched by Motability Operations. The award recognises and rewards the outstanding service Simon and his colleagues deliver to customers throughout the year.
The Kings Norton Business Park dealership has now been automatically entered into the national, annual awards which will be announced in full at the beginning of 2017.
The Motability Scheme enables anyone who receives the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance, the Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment, War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement or Armed Forces Independence Payment to exchange their weekly payment to lease a new car. Insurance, servicing, RAC breakdown assistance and replacement tyres are included in the cost of the lease.
David Howe, general manager at Bristol Street Motors Ford Kings Norton, said: “All of us at the dealership are incredibly pleased to win this Motability Dealer Award, and to be entered into the National Awards is the icing on the cake.
“The Motability Scheme is a fantastic programme which enables thousands of people every year to stay mobile and for many people, it is crucial in maintaining their quality of life, so we’re very proud to be part of that.
“We look forward to continuing our award-winning approach to business and customer service and hope to welcome many more Motability customers through our doors.”
Peter Wilson, General Manager Dealer Relations at Motability Operations, explains: “It’s important for us to recognise our dealer partners who go above and beyond when representing the Motability Scheme and highlight those who are setting a great example of how to do it well, like Bristol Street Motors Ford Kings Norton. Many congratulations to them on their award.”