We are proud to have achieved the accreditations below - if you would like further information on them, click on the logo and you will be directed to their home page.
STATUS provides members, from all areas of the specialist road transport industry, with engineering development and test services, technical legislative consultancy and a broad range of general technical information.
Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) is a program that was introduced to accredit converters who modify Ford vans and chassis. The accreditation ensures the highest standard of work. Everyone with this accreditation is individually and regularly assessed by Ford to make sure they are following these items:
The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) provides a range of licensing, testing and enforcement services with the aim of improving the roadworthiness standards of vehicles ensuring the compliance of operators and drivers, and supporting the independent Traffic Commissioners.
VCA is the designated UK Vehicle Type Approval authority and with more than 30 years experience supports industry by providing internationally recognised testing and certification for vehicles, their systems and components.
WAVCA is the trade association for manufacturers of wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAV's). The UK market for WAVs is possibly the most advanced and vibrant market of its kind in Europe. Conversion manufacturing companies have been actively promoting improved mobility for wheelchair users for over 40 years. They have invested heavily in design, development and testing to ensure functionality, usability and safety standards are of the highest levels.
VBRA is the lead Trade Association for Vehicle Body Building, CV, Car Body and SMART repair. It is a consumer friendly, member driven organisation structured to best represent and assist its members within their sectors, in the UK and Europe and in their interaction with their customers.
UKAS is recognized by the Government as the sole national accreditation body. UKAS accreditation is the means by which the integrity and competence of independent evaluators, such as WQA, is qualified. UKAS evaluates the evaluators and distinguishes competent ones by awarding the mark of accreditation (the royal crown).
The MotabilityScheme provides an affordable, worry-free way for people with disabilities to lease a car, scooter or powered wheelchair in exchange for their mobility allowance. The Scheme is operated by Motability Operations Ltd, under contract to Motability, a registered Charity.