'MAGIC' Visit To Glasgow Provides Disabled People With Valuable Mobility Choices

People with disabilities who need information to help them make important decisions about their mobility needs can get free advice when they visit Ford’s MAGIC service for disabled drivers at Glasgow’s Braehead Shopping Centre between 10-18 May 2003.

MAGIC (Mobility and General Information Centre), Ford Motor Company’s free telephone information service for people with disabilities and mature drivers, will be on hand to talk to people about the mobility options available to them, especially if they are keen to drive a vehicle.

MAGIC was set up to provide free information on driving with a disability to all disabled people in the UK, regardless of what make of car they drive or want to drive. Anyone can call its freephone service on 0800 240 241, but it is particularly useful for disabled motorists, their families, friends, carers and medical professionals.

Shoppers visiting the MAGIC display will be able to find out about a wide range of topics including: A range of Ford vehicles, including the Street Ka*, Focus ST170*, Fiesta and the Fusion Durashift EST will also be on display.


Published : 11/05/03 Author : Melanie Carter

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