All of us need to do our weekly shop and when using your Quingo to help out in this task it is important to be clear on what can and should be safely carried. Using the shopping basket on your Quingo gives you plenty of space for your shopping but being aware of the storage capacity of the basket will give you an indication of what you can safely take if you’re planning on doing a larger shop.
If you’ve been keeping up to date with our blog, you’ll be aware that the Quingo team recently talked to Jackie of the Red Wheelies about the group’s retirement. When we asked her what she would like to see us write about on the blogs, Jackie said she’d be very keen to see a guide to dropped kerbs. Well Jackie, this one’s for you!
The Quingo team talk about what you need to consider when taking your Quingo on a plane.
With the introduction of new optional reversing cameras on the Vitess 2 and the Toura 2 , Quingo thought some advice for those who reverse the traditional way was timely. Reversing is something you will encounter at some point when driving your Quingo, whether you’re reversing out of the drive or manoeuvring out from the garage.
The Quingo team are delighted to announce that the Quingo Flyte, our self-loading, portable mobility scooter, has just won the best innovation award at the REVA Expo in Ghent, Belgium.