Next month sees the return of Disabled Access Day; Quingo Scooters explains what it’s all about and what you can do to in order to take part in this incredible day on March 12.
The first ever Disabled Access Day took place last year on January 17th. It was a hugely successful with 11 countries and 261 venues taking part. The day enjoyed massive media exposure and was a great success in spreading the word! This success was thanks to all those people who took part and who helped spread the word and encouraged venues, organisations and charities in their area to get involved.
Quingo Scooters are all about safe, comfortable, freedom combined with first class service, support and aftercare. It is this unique combination of innovative products and service that makes our customers’ journey such an enjoyable and rewarding one. It is also why our customer feedback from both our internal surveys and independent user feedback has been consistently rated at 100% for products and 99% for service for the last 12 months.
Providing value has always been at the centre of everything we do and to that end we have been working hard on a brand new way to offer safer mobility and even more value.
Last week on the Quingo Scooter User’s Blog we reflected back on some of the amazing achievements of the Red Wheelies.Today we wanted to take you back to August 2010, when the UK’s only Mobility Scooter Formation Display Team took to the stage of ITV’s ‘The Michael Ball Show’ to promote mobility scooter safety on their trusty Quingos.
It was early September when a full compliment of Red Wheelies turned up at Television Centre to appear with Michael Ball. They soon got into the swing of things with in depth interviews with the host and a representative from Norfolk police who discussed the challenges surrounding scooter safety in public areas.
Last week on the Quingo Scooter User’s Blog we reflected back on just a couple of the amazing achievements of the Red Wheelies, the UK’s only Mobility Scooter Formation Display Team, powered by Quingo.
In that blog we recalled how over the weekend of 14th-15th May 2011, the Quingo team joined forces with the Red Wheelies for thier 24 Hour Mobility Scooter Endurance Challenge in which they broke the Guinness World Record for the longest distance covered on a mobility scooter within a 24 hour period.
This week on the Quingo Scooter User’s Area we wanted to look back at some of the amazing achievements of the Red Wheelies, the UK’s Mobility Scooter Formation Display Team, over a series of blog posts.
Formed 15 years ago, the group set out to raise positive awareness of MS and performed regularly at various events across the country. “The Quingo’s are our legs” Jackie used to say regularly in interviews.
Over the years the challenges of living with MS grew, but so did their ambition and lust for life and so here we would like the thank all of them for their hard work and reflect on just a couple of wonderful memories of working with them.