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.
The summer season is upon us and we’ve just passed the longest day of the year. It’s around the time you’ll be wanting to plan that all important summer holiday, and for some of you it will be abroad. Quingo Scooters know that one of the most frequently asked questions is whether or not you can take your mobility scooter on a plane.
The truth is, travelling with your mobility scooter may not be as daunting or strenuous as you may think.
Swimming is a really effective way of improving your wellbeing and fitness, and can be fun at the same time. This week we want to share with you some of the most accessible swimming pools around, so that you can feel completely at ease when trying this great activity.
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.
Here at Quingo Scooters we’re always looking to share ways that you can improve your overall wellbeing, whilst helping you to keep active and get out and about. Today we wanted to share with you some gentle yet effective exercises you can do whilst on your mobility scooter.
We would always advise that you check with your GP before undertaking any form of exercise, however it’s important to remember that limited mobility may not mean that exercise isn’t for you. It’s also important that you don’t attempt any of these exercises whilst driving your mobility scooter – make sure the engine is turned off, the key is removed, and that you have enough room to do these exercises without coming into contact with anything around you.