MyHailo is a simple, easy and dignified way to alert petrol station attendants that you need help re-fuelling your vehicle, which can be challenging for those without full mobility.
Without an alert system, the driver has to park at a pump that can be seen by the fuel station's attendants and then a couple of blasts of the driver's horn usually catches their attention, but not always, Sometimes you may have to do it a few times, which can create unwanted interest from other drivers.
Using MyHailo couldn't be simpler. Once you are at a participating fuel station, just press the button on the MyHailo key fob and you will see a red light appear on the station's beacon in the window of the petrol station. You can then rest assured that the station's staff have been alerted. The light will then turn to green to let you know that help is on its way so you can just stay in the driving seat and a friendly member of staff will refuel your car for you - simple!
Endorsed by Disabled Motoring UK and loved by users, MyHailo brings great service to your car for stress-free refueling.
The following superstores have committed to myHailo and they are rolling the scheme out across their stores: Asda, Costco Wholesale, Sainsbury's and Tesco
Payment for the petrol can be made with credit or debit card but we strongly advise against giving anyone else your pin number. You can of course request a signature card from your bank instead, so that the attendant can bring the slip out for you to sign. Alternatively, there are a few apps coming on the market like the Shell Diver's Club - Fill Up & Go which allows you to pay for your fuel as you fill your tank.
We recently reviewed MyHailo, which you can read on our blog page here
If you would like to send a letter to your local petrol station asking them to install MyHailo, we have a suggested letter that you can download here
Delivery 2 - 5 days