It’s not always possible, or desirable to book your journey in advance and you may prefer to organise this yourself. If this applies to you, here are some key points to consider before you start your journey:
As with travelling by bus, your scooter must be Class 2 type and meet certain size limits.
Today we want to look at some simple maintenance checks you should regularly do on your Quingo. These are to ensure safety and optimal performance of your scooter. We’ve also shared some brief tips on how to clean your scooter, and keep it looking its best.
Making sure your Quingo’s in top shape
Here are some general points that apply to all of the scooters in the Quingo range. These are quick and easy examinations that can be done regularly.
The Quingo team want to help you to improve your mobility and overall wellbeing whilst helping you to keep active and get out and about. With this in mind we want to highlight some gentle and effective exercises you can do whilst seated on your Quingo.*
Quingo scooters offer supreme comfort
As a Quingo scooter user, you’re already sitting in the best anatomical position which will help to prevent aches and pains from sitting down too long. If you also want to keep active while on your scooter here are some gentle exercises to help improve circulation and reduce stiffness.
We know our customers are delighted that their Quingo gives them the freedom to travel as they please, whether this means visiting friends or family, doing their daily shop or simply going out for some fresh air.
However, for longer journeys involving public transport, there are often a few more things to consider.
Travelling by bus with your Quingo 5 wheel scooter
The regulations regarding travelling by bus with a mobility scooter vary so it’s important to check with your bus company for full information.