How it worksIt's easy as 1-2-3!
- Create an account
- Search for a community driver by city/state or zip code
- View our Community Driver profiles to find the best fit for you, then contact your favorite to schedule a test drive
- When you've decided to purchase a WHILL Personal EV, send us an email at email@example.com and we can walk you through the process. Be sure to mention your Community Driver's name in your message
- After receiving your WHILL Personal EV, please complete this form to process your 5% rebate!
Why did you create this marketplace?
We know how uncomfortable being confined to stuffy showrooms with salespeople and clinicians can be, and we believe people who need mobility devices are consumers, not ‘patients’! WeDrive was created to eliminate the conventional restricted and pressured buying experience by enabling a community of users to connect with WHILL-curious consumers to share authentic stories and experiences of driving a state-of-the-art WHILL Personal EV.Can I post a test drive if I don’t own a WHILL product?
At this time, WeDrive is only open to WHILL product owners and Ambassadors (aka: our Community Drivers). But fear not, in the future we’ll be opening this marketplace for non-WHILL Personal EV owners to post test drives. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll notify you once it’s open to everyone.Do I have to pay a fee for a test drive?
Nope—it’s absolutely free! Plus, after your test drive, you’ll receive a 5% rebate on your very own Model Ci, Model A or Model M!What if there is no Community Driver in my area to do a test drive?
If there isn’t a Community Driver in your area, don’t fret. We’re hard at work signing up more Community Drivers nationwide. Please email us at email@example.com to let us know where you’re located so we can focus our efforts in your area.How do I schedule a test drive with a Community Driver?
It’s super easy, here’s what you need to do:
-Create a WeDrive account using your email or Facebook account.
-Enter your address or zip code in the search box to locate a Community Driver near you.
-Choose your favorite Community Driver profile—you can filter options by using the filter tool in the left sidebar. Make sure the Community Driver you select has a Personal EV that is configured to your needs. (e.g. similar height and controller location)
-Click on “Schedule” and let the Community Driver know you’re interested in a test driveWhat are the differences between Model Ci, Model A, and Model M?
Great question! You can view our model comparison sheet here.
The WHILL Model Ci and Model A are not considered medical devices and have not been submitted to the Food and Drug Administration for review or clearance, while Federal law restricts Model M to sale by or on the order of a physician, requiring a prescription.Can I still test drive a Model Ci or Model A even though I need a Model M?
Model M is for non-ambulatory users and has specific features for people who require a wheelchair. Model Ci and Model A are for personal mobility and people who do not require a wheelchair (e.g. seniors). Please choose a model to test drive that best suits your needs.