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Win a New Wheelchair Accessible Car

Author: Disabled World

Published: 2011-06-02

Synopsis and Key Points:

Constables Mobility is giving away a brand new fully converted for wheelchair access car to one lucky winner of their Win a Car Competition.

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Enter Constables free prize draw to win a brand new wheelchair accessible car.

David Constable, founder and owner of Constables Limited is celebrating 30 years of expert engineering. To mark this occasion, Constables Mobility is giving away a brand new car, fully converted for wheelchair access to one lucky winner.

From designing and engineering the ground breaking world famous Car Chair, through to market leading rear access wheelchair accessible vehicles in the modern day era, David is renowned for innovation and quality engineering, being at the forefront of disabled transport since 1981 .

Eligibility Criteria:

Only one entry per disabled person will be accepted.

Entry into the draw is FREE, no purchase is necessary.

Care homes, organizations and charities representing disabled persons are eligible to enter.

Entrants must be over 18 years of age, however there is no age restriction of the disabled person within the household, family or organization.

Entrants must either be a registered disabled person in the UK and Ireland, or there must be a registered disabled person within the household or family.

Closing Date:

Wednesday 30th November 2011 at 5 p.m.

The draw will take place on Thursday 15th December 2011 and the winner will be notified by telephone in the first instance, with confirmation in writing within 30 days.

Any entries submitted after the closing date will not be entered into the draw.

For further information, including FULL terms and conditions, on the Win a Car Competition please visit

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