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.
The spellbinding Roald Dahl Museum brings to life the awe-inspiring works of Roald Dahl. As one of Britain’s most beloved authors, a visit here puts your imagination centre-stage as you venture into his life’s work. With interactive exhibits and mementoes from his life on display, there’s a lot to explore and learn about in this award-winning museum.
This week, Quingo Scooters is visiting Buckinghamshire to learn all about Roald Dahl and his famous works. From being measured against famous characters, including Charlie Bucket and Miss Trunchbull, to seeing his handwritten manuscripts, it’s a fun and playful day out.
We’re taking you to Sparkford in Somerset, to the UK’s largest collection of great cars from around the world, at The Haynes International Motor Museum. Buckle up your seatbelts, you’re in for a fun ride…
As the UK’s largest collection of cars; the museum boasts 400 amazing cars and bikes from the dawn of motoring in the late 1800s, to the classics of the 1950s and 60s.
Picking your next day out can be hard when there’s so much choice! Here at Quingo Scooters we’ve created a handy guide to some of the country’s best Accessible Attractions. From a fast-paced day in the biggest cities to something a little quieter in the countryside, we’ve got plenty to choose from!
This week we’re taking you down south to Essex, home to beautiful countryside views and only a short journey from London. This week’s Accessible Attraction is Chelmsford Museum – definitely one for those who love their history!