Having a Quingo Mobility Scooter can give you so much freedom over the chilly winter months, especially in the run up to Christmas!
However, you may be thinking about how you can look after your mobility scooter in winter and if it’s any different from usual. Yes, it is! In this post we’ve put together some top tips to ensure your mobility scooter runs smoothly this winter.
Maintaining your mobility scooter in winter can be done in a few simple steps.
Here at Quingo Scooters we always want to share with you ways that you can get the most out of your mobility scooter.
One question that mobility scooter users are always asking is “How do I look after my mobility scooter batteries?” and today we want to help answer that question. We’ll look at how you protect the lifespan of your mobility scooter’s batteries and how you can maximise their longevity.
What’s the best way to charge my mobility scooter battery?
It is great to have the freedom and access a Quingo gives you over the winter months.
In order to keep your Quingo in tip-top shape there are some simple maintenance checks you can regularly undertake, these are to ensure safety and optimal performance of your scooter. As the winter fast approaches it is even more important that a few more checks are carried out more regularly.
There is nothing better than wrapping up warm and going for a ride on your mobility scooter in the crisp, clean winter air!
Here, the Quingo team offer some advice on how to safely store your scooter and some useful accessory options that can keep your mobility scooter secure when not in use.
Quingo Battery Care
When you have finished using your Quingo it is important to store it somewhere safe and dry with a power source. We always recommend fully charging your batteries for at least 8-12 hours before you use it again.
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