Government Support for Travel to Work
If you need help getting to work due to a disability or a health condition, there may be a Government Access to Work Grant available to help you cover the costs of arranging transport to and from work. You can find information and advice here: https://www.gov.uk/access-to-work.
Part of the Access to Work Grant application process is to obtain quotes from three suppliers and here at Wrexham Chauffeurs we are more than happy to assist you and provide a quotation. Once the quotes are sent to the Access to Work team they liaise with the successful supplier to set up a monthly credit account. Typically you would still pay a contribution towards your journey, with the balance of the journey cost being met by Access to Work.
We have a wide network of executive chauffeurs, with a range of vehicles, and we would be happy to assist you in any way we can. Working dogs, assistance dogs, and dogs for blind or visually-impaired clients are made very welcome when accompanied by their people.
Maybe you were thinking of booking a cruise or needing an airport transfer – we can obviously help and would be delighted to offer you a free, no obligation quotation.
We also can cover travel to and from private hospital appointments, physiotherapy appointments etc. With prior arrangement we can wait while you have your appointment.
Quality, Experience and Reliability
We are based in Wrexham and with our well-established network we cover the whole of the UK.
Please note: although we are “Private Hire” and offer a similar service to that of a taxi, our drivers are all Executive Chauffeurs. You will always be assured of our 5* customer service. Our chauffeurs are all hand picked, professional people with local knowledge and plenty of experience.
Our vehicles are all executive model luxury cars. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact us on 01978 253815, and we would be delighted to hear from you.
Our insurances and certificates/licenses are all available for you to view on our website.
We’ve got a lot of experience of carrying people to and from their place of work – both as a regular 5 days a week morning and evening, or on a “when needed” basis.
|Links: Get support in work if you have a disability or health condition (Access to Work) – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)|