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I have been getting high rate mobility for over 12 yrs, after me PIP review i was awarded nothing for mobility although my condition has got a lot worse. I have sent away papers for tribunal appeal and have received a letter back from PIP saying thy have now awarded me the standard rate of mobility. I cannot use public transport the bus stop is over 1/2 mile from where i live (in the middle of nowhere) and could not walk that far and also have trouble getting on and off buses etc. Can anybody let me know whether i should still go to appeal or am i wasting my time as I have read about a lot of people loosing their mobility cars since changing to pip. I am worried sick and this is effecting my breathing problems i have.
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