Mobility Roadshow 2010

The 2010 Mobility Roadshow was a resounding success for Brook Miller Mobility.

Several new products were launched and visitor reaction was really encouraging.

The Kia Soul from KIVI was a concept vehicle we brought to the show to gauge visitor feedback. Such was the reaction to the Kia Soul that we are now having a right hand drive version converted and anticipate this becoming available on the Motability scheme from October 2010 onwards.

We are asking anyone who would like to see the vehicle to register their interest by calling 0800 0644 454 or e-mail

Another new product, the Volkswagen Caravelle, generated large numbers of visitors, due to the low Motability 5 year contract hire figure of only £5995 for a Caravelle SE Auto DSG with rear lift.

Of appeal to disabled drivers and upfront passengers were the Kia Sedona and the Fiat Qubo. The internal transfer in the Sedona saw many drivers trying out the transfer to an electric six way seat to gain access into the driving position, whilst the Qubo enabled those who wished to drive from wheelchair or travel upfront in their wheelchair pleasantly surprised by the ease of access and the good all round vision in a compact sized vehicle.

Further details of all Brook Miller products can be found at

or ’ASK’ our consultant, David Knights, for advice on any matter regarding our wheelchair accessible vehicles.

You are welcome to visit our new purpose built show room where you can also view our range of wheelchairs, scooters, bedroom and bathroom products. We are conveniently located just off Junction 24 of the M62.

*All information is correct at time of publication.



Mrs Richards
February 11, 2011 12:01 am

I am purchasing a new Toyota Hybrid Prius, and would like to know if my Roma mobility scooter can be fitted into the rear of the vehicle via a hoist or lift. The vehicle has a low sloping roof, but we know that the scooter’s measurements agree, it’s just that we believe we shall have to fold or remove the seat. Could you please advise me on this problem ?

February 11, 2011 10:35 am

Hi Mrs Richards,

After consulting Autochair who supply us with our hoists, their response was a definite no. But we will be happy to look into other solutions and will make further enquiries if you wish. If you want to speak to someone about this please call us on 0800 0644 454.

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