Definition of mobility allowance in English:

mobility allowance

Line breaks: mo¦bil|ity al¦low|ance

noun

British
A state benefit paid to disabled people to assist them in travelling for regular medical attention or other purposes.
More example sentences
  • More disabled jobseekers will get what's called a mobility allowance worth $100 a fortnight to help offset the costs of travelling to and from work.
  • We deal with attendance allowance, disability living allowance, mobility allowance and war pensions.
  • He has never asked for anything like disability or mobility allowance, just a parking pass.

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