How to use accessible cash machines

A guide to using accessible Lloyds, Barclays and Santander cash machines, with headphone sockets and volume controls.


This video discusses a useful feature on certain cash machines that cater to individuals with visual impairments and other disabilities.

Mark is in Liverpool and points out a new row of cash machines outside Lloyds Bank. These cash machines have a unique feature that he wants to showcase. To the right of the machine where you insert your card, there is a headphone socket and a tactile volume switch. This audio output provides instructions and details necessary for accessing cash, making the machines accessible for individuals with visual impairments.

Mark mentions that Barclays Bank also offers similar accessible cash machines. Unfortunately, not many other banks have implemented this feature yet, but Santander is another bank that provides accessible machines with the same feature.

In conclusion, video highlights the accessibility feature of certain cash machines that cater to individuals with visual impairments. The inclusion of a headphone socket and audio instructions allows people with disabilities to independently use these machines.

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