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, we know that confidence is extremely important when you are out and about on your scooter during the cold winter months.
You can rest assured that all the technologies behind your 5 wheel scooter are continually at work, up and down every hill and every kerb, enabling you to continue to use your scooter safely and maintain your independence.
With snow and icy conditions forecast across the country, you might fear that it will be too difficult to get out and about and carry on with your essential everyday journeys.
Confidence is extremely important when you are out and about on your Quingo so it is good to know that all the technologies behind your 5 wheel scooter are continually working away at every corner, on every hill and up and down every kerb. It means you can continue to safely use your scooter even during these cold winter months where snow is likely and independence is more important than ever.
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!
As the end of the year draws ever closer and winter approaches, the team at Quingo Mobility Scooters share advice on how to prepare and cope with the worsening weather.
The great thing about having a mobility scooter is it allows you to get out and about in the bad weather. It goes without saying, but the colder it gets the more layers you’ll need when out and about on your mobility scooter, particularly as you will be sitting still and more likely to feel the cold.