Welcome to Disabled Travel Advice

For the traveller who is disabled travelling anywhere can sometimes be a frustrating experience. The website was set up to help travellers with a disability access services which should make their experience of travelling much more pleasant.

Horse Riding for the Disabled

Horse riding is an activity open to many disabled people, who not only find it enjoyable but an aid to boosting self confidence. Horse riding can take many forms from riders who want to compete in tournaments, to those wanting a more relaxing horse riding holiday in the UK or …

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Air Travel when Blind or Visually Impaired

Blind or visually impaired air passengers should, if they will require additional assistance at the airport and on the flight, always inform their travel agent or the airline company they are using. It is suggested that, where possible, passengers give as much notice as possible, so that staff can be …

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Air Travel when Deaf or Hearing Impaired

If you are deaf or have a hearing impairment and will require assistance at the airport it is advisable to inform your travel agent or the airline company you are travelling with as soon as possible so that they may make the necessary staffing arrangements. It is best, if at …

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Air Travel for Wheel Chair Users

Being disabled should not be a barrier to air travel and holidays. The important thing is to plan ahead and let the airline, travel agent or tour operator know what type of assistance you will require at the airport or on the plane. Try and give the airline as much …

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Why are Mobility Scooters so expensive?

The price of mobility scooters depends on many factors, including the make and model, the accessories that are included, and the dealership’s cost of overhead. The average price of a mobility scooter ranges anywhere from £1,000 to £6,000. Price is always dependent on location and dealer mark-up. However, there is …

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