Refurbishment of MOTO Hospitality’s Exeter Services, at the end of the M5 has taken place with assistance from personal hygiene company Clos-o-mat.
The new-look main building features a Changing Places wheelchair-accessible assisted toilet, which can be accessed from north or south, with entry gained by RADAR key, or, if the user doesn’t have the specialist device, staff can open it on request via a deadlock key.
The Changing Places is 12m2 with a wall-mounted height adjustable adult-sized changing bench, washbasin, and ceiling track hoist.
Moto has further extended use-ability by as many disabled people as possible by replacing a standard WC with a Clos-o-Mat Palma Vita wash & dry (bidet) toilet.
Kirsty Woods, Moto Hospitality marketing & PR manager said: “The Changing Places toilet at Exeter is the fifth we have installed across our network, as part of our drive to deliver even better customer satisfaction.
“The toilet, with its extra space and equipment, means that thousands of visitors who need physical or technical help to go to the toilet, can now enjoy a comfort break, knowing there is somewhere suitable for them.”