If you regularly use accessible parking spaces, you may have noticed that they are not always as accessible as they need to be. A common complaint we hear from people with Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles is that the spaces are simply not large enough to allow the safe and easy use of the ramp…Read More
The NDIS is designed to help Australians with permanent disabilities. Since its introduction in 2016, the program has assisted thousands of people with the objective of helping “you reach your goals and aspirations, and take part in activities to increase your social and economic…Read More
With technology constantly improving, there are a range of disability-converted vehicles available in today’s market. From cars with ramps, hoists and lifters to facilitate getting in and out of the vehicle, right through to sophisticated hand and foot controls to assist drivers with…Read More
Disability parking permit holders are eligible for certain allowances and entitlements to accommodate their mobility restrictions. However, there are still a lot of misunderstandings about the scheme, so we decided to do some research and shed light on the issue by busting the myths and giving…Read More
In the past, there have been more than one hundred different types of Disability Parking Permit across the nation. Under the new Australian Disability Parking Scheme, being introduced by the Federal Government, there is now a single permit with increased security features to reduce fraudulent…Read More
Have you ever wondered if your vehicle and modifications are fully covered if the worst were to occur? We were recently featured in the latest ParaQuad News Autumn Edition for 2016, with an article demonstrating how Blue Badge Insurance can comprehensively cover your disability converted…Read More
We were recently featured in Link Magazine! Take a look at our article for some helpful hints and tips on how to protect your mobility equipment, as well as information about how you can win your car insurance for a year on us! Click the here to access the article.
Uber is trialing wheelchair access vehicles in its Brisbane service, as the ride-sharing platform tries to combat claims it does not cater for disabled passengers. The three-day trial began on Tuesday and coincided with the National Disability Insurance Scheme Conference being held in South…Read More