What should I look out for when buying an ex-mobility car?

I'm thinking of buying a Peugeot Partner Tepee from a dealer, but it's an ex-mobility car. Can you advise me on this deal? It's not got any visible marks, but I'm concerned about taxing it and the service history.

Asked on 2 October 2017 by MICK SHERWOOD

Answered by Honest John
If it has an electric rear wheelchair ramp then that makes it more valuable and must be disclosed as a 'modification' to your insurer. If it was adapted for a disabled driver and the adaptations have been invisibly removed, then no problem. It may not have been adapted anyway because a lot of cars on Motability finance are standard and are used by someone else to drive the disabled person around.
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