Personal Independent Payments (PIP)
PIP has been designed to help towards some of the extra costs that come with having a long-term health condition or disability that is expected to last 12 months or longer.
Entitlement to PIP is based on the effect a long term health condition has on your daily life and not the condition itself.
PIP is made up of 2 components:
- a Daily Living component
- a Mobility component
Each component has two rates, standard and enhanced. If you qualify for PIP, you will get money for one or both components. PIP is not affected by income or savings, it is not taxable and you can get it whether you are in work or not.
Terms and Conditions
All models on the Motability Scheme include optional metallic paint at no extra cost. Models featured may include options at an additional cost. The Motability Scheme is administered by Motability Operations Limited (Registered Company No. 1373876), City Gate House, 22 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HB. The facilities offered are for the hire (bailment) of goods. You will not own the vehicle. Agreement subject to acceptance and age restrictions may apply. The agreement can be terminated early with the consent of Motability Operations Limited and administrative charges may be applicable. Mileage allowance of 20,000 miles per annum over three- or five-year terms. To qualify you must be in receipt of one of, the Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance (DLA), the Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP), the War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS) or the Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP), which will be taken in lieu of the four weekly hire rental. Attendance Allowance is a nonqualifying allowance. Terms and conditions apply and are available on request.
Charles Hurst is a trading name of Charles Hurst Limited 62 Boucher Road Belfast BT12 6LR. It is an appointed representative of Lookers Motor Group Limited (LMGL) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are a credit broker, not a lender and can introduce you to a number of lenders. Introducing you to a number of lenders means we receive a commission. Lenders pay commission at different rates either as a fixed fee or as a fixed percentage of the amount you borrow. The commission that we receive does not affect the amount that you pay to the lender under the credit agreement.