You wouldn’t think of mobility scooters and mobility scooter lifts as being terribly technical would you? Well, there’s a lot more to them than you’d think!
I was asked to take a look at MobilityWorks.com and yes, the site is nice. It’s simple, there are pictures, it’s descriptive and easy to navigate etc.
I learned some stuff though!
There’s a lot to consider when looking for a vehicle to help you get around and when looking for something to get that vehicle around.
Whether mounting your lift to a car or a van you need to think about how easy it is to manipulate, what features is has, what features you need and whether it will suit or end up damaging your vehicle.
I guess I never thought about the weights involved, though I do know mobility vehicles can be rather weighty and the power used to get a scooter into and out of a vehicle.
Like with many vehicles, big and small I suppose I didn’t consider how they got from point A to point B. I suppose I just thought they were just… there.
In all I like the site, it’s simple and informative the pictures are surprisingly detailed and it’s good to know is someone to answer email should I have a question on any of their products.
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