The Quingo team would like to share a story about Mr Kenneth Robinson from Carlisle who had his prized mobility scooter stolen from outside his flat.
Mobility scooters are incredibly important to people like Mr Robinson who have limited mobility, as it grants them the freedom and independence to get around. When Mr Robinson’s mobility scooter was stolen, it left him a prisoner in his own home.
We understand how important mobility scooters are to those with limited mobility, not just for day to day tasks, but keeping them in touch with loved ones, the community and returning their freedom and independence.
The Trading Manager for Age UK Carlisle and Eden, Sue Windscheffel, informed us of Mr Robinson’s situation and the Managing Director of Quingo Scooters, Mark Nicholls, instantly decided he would love to help.
Quingo donated a Classic mobility scooter with full 12 month warranty to give Mr Robinson his independence back. Age UK Carlisle have added to this by purchasing 12 months insurance for his scooter as well.
The Scooter will be presented to Mr Robinson by Quingo Scooters’ Business Development Manager, Mike Holborn, and afterwards will be individually customized by senior engineer Alan Eldridge to meet his specific needs.
You can read more about Mr Robinson’s story on the News and Star.