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November 20, 2020
So, it’s time for a mobility scooter. What next?
As veterans of the mobility solutions industry (with extensive personal experience), we have learned so much over the years! But the one thing we choose to remain focused on today, is the fact that the decision to bring a mobility solution onto your life and choosing the right one for you - are both very emotionally charged processes. When it comes to limited mobility there is no “one size fits all”, and sifting through the myriad of makes and models, each with their own advantages and disadvantages, can really drain your time, your energy and sometimes even diminish your budget. This is something that many companies in the mobility solutions space can easily (and understandably) overlook if they are personally unfamiliar. That’s why when we started Folding Scooter Store, we decided we would not let our customers make the mistake of purchasing a solution without first getting to know all the available -and suitable options – and then giving the, a try. That’s right, we only sell after you’ve taken at least one option out for a spin, and here’s are our top 3 reasons why: 1) Limited Mobility is highly individual. In fact, no 2 limited-mobility prospects are the same. Some will have a long-term degenerative condition, while others are in temporary recovery. Some are larger and others are weak or suffer from additional symptoms like dizziness or impaired vision, that will also influence the choice of mobility solution that best suits their needs. In other words, we need to get to know you a little so that we can help you effectively. 2) Limited Mobility is highly individual. Once you have a solution – what will you be using for? What types of journeys will you be making and on what type of terrain? Do you plan on using it every day or on that occasional outing? Where will you be storing the scooter or wheelchair? Where do you plan to store the vehicle? These are all defining factors in determining what mobility scooter best fits your needs, your plans and your budget. 3) Limited Mobility is highly individual. You try on glasses for comfort, why would you forgo a test drive on a scooter that will most likely become your closest companion? Once you know you need a scooter or a wheelchair, test driving at least one for fit and stability is the strongest recommendation we can make. Remember, some people feel most comfortable driving a minivan, whereas others prefer a sleek sportscar.
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