Servicing

I don't think I need a new mobility scooter or stairlift but I think what I have may need looking at. 

Something we have found to be a regular problem for our customers is that when they have purchased equipment else where that they cannot simply book a service. It seems a lot of mobility companies don't service equipment purchased else where,or service equipment out of warranty.  The good  news is, we are not most mobility companies! We are happy to service any mobility scooter or stairlift.

 

Mobility scooters and Stairlift servicing available

Mobility scooter sizes and pricing​

  • Small scooters and stairlifts £40

  • Medium scooters £50

  • Large scooters £60

All servicing includes:

  • Detailed checklist

  • Battery discharge and charger test including print out.

  • Full report

  • Receipt 

  • Home visit

A discharge and charge test of batteries is conducted by our engineer to measure the efficiency and capacity of the batteries that power your mobility scooter. The test will conclude that the batteries are efficient to accept charging and discharging.  If they show to be under performing we would then advise new batteries. 

What is a discharge and charger test?

Batteries

A regular problem is that batteries die and simply need replacing, but where do you get mobility batteries from and who can fit them?

We also supply and fit batteries, as unfortunately if left stood or unused for prolonged periods of time, batteries do die. 

Free site visits to evaluate the batteries you need 

Popular prices:

  • 2 X 12 amp Lucas AGM £79 Includes home visit, fitting and warranty.

  • 2 X 18 amp Lucas AGM £99 Includes home visit, fitting and warranty.

  • 2 X  22 amp Lucas AGM £114 Includes home visit, fitting and warranty.

  • 2 X 34 amp Lucas AGM £149 Includes home visit, fitting and warranty

  • 2 X 50 amp Lucas AGM £199 Includes home visit, fitting and warranty

Battery care guide.

When you receive your batteries please fit them and charge them for 8 to 10 hours regardless of what your charger says.

 

How often should I charge my batteries?


There are factors to be considered when deciding how often to charge your batteries.

Is the scooter used on a daily/regular basis? Infrequently OR sporadically?

With these considerations in mind, you can now determine how often and for how log you should charge them.

Your charger is designed so that it When will not overcharge your batteries. However, you may encounter some problems if you do not charge them often enough or on a regular basis. Following the guidelines below will provide safe and reliable battery operation and charging.

Scooter used on a daily or regular basis:

  • If you use your scooter daily or on a regular basis, charge the batteries as soon as you finish using it for the day. Your scooter will then be ready to use the next morning.

  • We recommend that you charge your batteries for 8 to 14 hours after daily use.

Scooter used infrequently or sporadically:

  • If you use your scooter once a week or less. Charge the batteries at the end of the day it was used for between 12-14 hours at a time.

How can I ensure the maximum Battery life?

  • Keep your batteries fully charged.

  • Fully charged deep cycle batteries provide reliable performance and an extended battery life

  • Avoid deep discharging your scooter batteries.

  • Batteries that are regularly and deeply discharged or not frequently charged or stored without a full charge may permanently damage.

  • This causes unreliable

  • performance and limited service life.

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