Plenty of people who need to use mobility scooters also have to travel too. This leads to the obvious conundrum of knowing which mobility scooters are good to take on an airplane and use in an airport and on the plane itself.
Photographs showing how packed supermarkets such as Tesco can get during dedicated early opening hours for elderly and vulnerable shoppers, including those who need mobility scooters.
History was made recently when disability campaigner Tony Jennings became the first person to travel on a North train while riding a mobility scooter. Jennings was able to ride across the platform and into the train on his mobility scooter with the help of a ramp, becoming only the first person to do so.
If you aren’t sure where to start with an off road scooter or heavy duty scooter then the first stop should always be the manufacturer/store. Talk to the people at the store and get their ideas on what you should go for.
They have shown their dedication to this goal in a number of ways over the years. Their latest idea is to unveil a unique passport and flight checklist for mobility scooter users to have an easier time when travelling through airports.
There’s a lot of choice on the market when it comes to mobility scooters. From a folding mobility scooter to a lightweight mobility scooter and even an off road mobility scooter, there’s something for everyone.
Mobility scooters are wonderful little machines. They help the elderly and infirm stay mobile and independent. A good used mobility scooter can go a long way literally and figuratively. One of the most important components of any mobility scooter is the battery, which keeps things running.
Honda Motorcycle have teamed up with Scooter India – the second-largest two-wheel brand in India – to work on creating and testing a new electronic scooter. Scooter India have long-since maintained a stance that they aren’t going to develop electronic two-wheel vehicles, but this newest development appears to show ...