July 15, 2011 at 10:33 am #73828Magic Scooter Store….
Thanks to Catatude’s diligence we have the answer to many an
MD person’s living problem.
I live just a few streets away from the town centre, which is
gradually seeming like a “yawning chasm”. Just like Ranald I
have very limited space to keep a Mobility Scooter and was
convinced moving was the only option.
Cat has found these superb, sturdy “Scooter Stores”. You only
need a bit of ground 30 inches wide for the small version
or 36 inches wide for the full version. They are completely
secure include all the recharging options and are designed
by professionals and purpose built for the job.
There is a FAQ with every question answered.
I have spent the last year on the internet trying to find
every ground floor flat in the town centre and assessing
it’s suitability. Yes, none of them are exactly right and the
main thing they are not my much loved home of 26 years. Also
I could not go through the stress of moving.
This is the answer.
Well done Cat !!
"Even if you are not paranoid, it does not mean they are not out to get you!".taungfoxParticipantPosts: 4,630Joined: 27/09/2010July 15, 2011 at 10:57 am #81053Re: Magic Scooter Store….
This has made my day……..
A professional solution that means I do not have to
move. What is the point in moving ? The O.T.’s, Care
and Repair have spent two years adding and adapting
my home what is the point in moving? I would be
like a fish out of water and have to start from
Even all the things it has taken me years to work out the
right heights and angles to do all the various funtions
and tasks of everyday life. Why would I ever leave if
I do not have to? They do say moving is one of the
three most stressful things in life. Well moving an
MD person must be ten times worse.
This is the answer.
Well done Cat!
"Even if you are not paranoid, it does not mean they are not out to get you!".taungfoxParticipantPosts: 4,630Joined: 27/09/2010January 4, 2012 at 10:08 pm #81056Re: Magic Scooter Store….
I have a scooter store for my power chair at work. If you get one make sure you get the remote control. The buttons are really hard to press and it takes a long time to open and close. With the remote at least you can hold it in your hand while you press.AmeenaParticipantPosts: 33Joined: 29/01/2011
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