With the need to observe social distancing you may ask
“Should I not be using my mobility scooter at this time?”
The answer is yes, as long as you observe sensible rules.
You scooter may be a vital lifeline and make going out for essential supplies such as food and medicines much safer than other ways you may have to use otherwise like getting a lift. The other way a scooter helps is all our models have baskets, which means you can avoid using a basket which may have been handled by an infected person.
Having a Quingo Mobility Scooter can give you so much freedom over the chilly winter months, especially in the run up to Christmas!
However, you may be thinking about how you can look after your mobility scooter in winter and if it’s any different from usual. Yes, it is! In this post we’ve put together some top tips to ensure your mobility scooter runs smoothly this winter.
Maintaining your mobility scooter in winter can be done in a few simple steps.
Here at Quingo Scooters we know that the idea of maintaining your mobility scooter could be a daunting one. So today we want to share some steps you can take towards keeping your Quingo in top condition, and it’s a lot easier than you think!
We all want our mobility scooters to look in their best condition at all times, and to be assured that they are performing to their best ability whilst ensuring absolute safety. These quick checks can be done easily and regularly, and they apply to all Quingo Scooters.
Here at Quingo Scooters we know as well as you do that in England, the rain is never far away! And when you’re out and about on your mobility scooter, you can sometimes get caught up in it. In this post we answer a very popular question – can I drive my mobility scooter in the rain?
Up to a certain point your mobility scooter can handle rain, but caution and slow speeds are always recommended in such conditions.
If the rain is coming down heavily it’s important to try and get under cover to prevent any water hitting electrical controls.