Hi all, As some of you may know, who have seen us with the Funsters at various shows, my Hubby is disabled and has difficulty walking more than a few yards. He uses a mobility scooter, but not a wheelchair as some of his injuries prevent him from wheeling himself along. Although his scooter breaks down into parts, it is becoming more and more difficult for us to lift up the various parts into the MH. As we have nowhere to carry it but on the bench seats, we are very aware it would be an extremely dangerous object should we be involved in a serious accident. Hubby is also really struggling to get in and out of the MH now, as it is quite a step up for him. We have therefore started looking for a new MH with a garage we can lift things in and out of more easily, but also not too high a vehicle to step up into. As he tires quickly, we are also looking for a fixed rear end bedroom, preferably with single beds, so he can sleep during the day without being disturbed. As I do all the driving it needs to be an automatic as well. Not much to ask for as a spec... :Rofl1: At Lincoln last week whilst looking at new motorhomes,, we were told that all we needed was a letter from the Dr to prove hubby's disability in order to be VAT exempt. Having read other posts on this forum, it obviously isn't that easy. The vehicle needs to be adapted for disabled use. This is completely new territory for us and we don't know what adaptions are available to actually help hubby and to enable us to potentially qualify for the VAT exemption, if in fact it is even possible. Any guidance on this would be greatly appreciated.