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Our Reports

Published: March 2022

The opportunity to improve the accessibility of transport for disabled people. 

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Published: December 2021

Oxford Economics Report on the Economic Impact Of The Motability Scheme.

Published: September 2021

Motability’s first Impact Report detailing the impact Motability’s work has had on the lives of around 4,000 disabled people who took part in the research process.

Published: August 2021

User Engagement work carried out by Designability to understand in detail from disabled users and the people close to them, the future accessibility of electric vehicle charging.

Published: March 2021

A report detailing the scoping and discovery work carried out in preparation for the user engagement phase of Motability’s accessible EV charging project

Published: June 2020

A study of existing evidence on disability and transport, including research gaps and pockets of innovation.

Published: July 2020

A large-scale quantitative analysis with over 250 data tables describing in granular detail the transport habits and behaviours of people living with disabilities.

Published: July 2020

A mixed-methods study directly with disabled people exploring their transport experiences, challenges, and needs.

Published: July 2020

A presentation summarising key findings from the three previous pieces of research.

Published: September 2020

A mixed-methods study examining the accessibility challenges disabled people are expected to face with existing EV charging infrastructure; the scale of these issues; and how they might be solved.

Motability also sponsored a piece of user research on the same topic from the Research Institute for Disabled Consumers (RiDC):

To learn more about what Motability is doing to address EV charging infrastructure issues, please see our Innovation page.