It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Derek Farrell RIP. Derek was the CEO of the DDAI for 17 years and was a member the board of directors until his retirement in 2019. Derek's involvement with the DDAI spanned 31 years and he has left an indelible stamp on the organisation. He will be sadly missed. https://rip.ie/death-no…/derek-farrell-caragh-kildare/415608
DDAI 50th AGM POSTPONED DUE TO COVID – 19
Following the Irish Government’s announcement to close all schools, colleges and childcare facilities and to limit social contact where possible, we have come to the difficult decision to postpone the 50th DDAI AGM which was due to take place on Saturday 25th April. This decision was not taken lightly, but in the interest of everyone’s health, we felt we had no option.
The new date for the 50th DDAI AGM is Saturday 26th September 2020. Further details to follow.
As a disabled driver or passenger purchasing an Electric Vehicle (EV) you can claim the SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland) grant independent of any other tax benefit you may receive.
The maximum grant available is €5,000 – for further information on the level of grants available please visit www.seai.ie
Europcar Mobility Group Ireland partners with the Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland
in a new mobility initiative
Europcar Mobility Group Ireland has partnered with the Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland in a new initiative to make their Dublin Airport locations as accessible and convenient as possible for customers with limited mobility.
Choosing a car can be a complicated decision. Manufacturers' brochures and test reports in magazines will help you weigh up and compare such things as performance, running costs and reliability. However, if you have a disability or are just getting older, there are additional things you may need to consider.