Things to think about when it comes to boot hoists

Standard boot hoists A standard boot hoist consists of a compact crane and winch, that are used to lift a wheelchair or scooter. The ‘up-down’ and ‘in-out’ motions are controlled using a remote and the scooter is then guided by hand, to ensure it remains steady. When the apparatus is not required, the hoist can easily be removed, freeing up…

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Ergomobility adapts Sophie Morgan’s Land Cruiser

Original article by Toyota UK: For unstoppable thrill-seekers and adventurers, only the toughest of vehicles will do, which is why Toyota GB has supplied Sophie Morgan, our new Olympic and Paralympic mobility ambassador, with a Land Cruiser Invincible adapted by Ergomobility.   The Land Cruiser has been converted to suit Sophie’s needs by Ergomobility, the Vehicle Adaptation Specialists. To get thoroughly acquainted with…

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The Association of Disability Driving Instructors

The Association of Disability Driving Instructors offer a “one stop shop” to disabled people looking for impartial advice on learning to drive with a disability, returning to driving after an accident or illness, and continuing to drive safely if circumstances change. Their website also provides a handy online register of specialist driving instructors, making it a great resource for anyone…

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Discounts for driving instructors on vehicle adaptations

At Ergomobility we know that having a disability shouldn’t stop you from driving… and more and more driving instructors are now starting to offer lessons in adapted vehicles.   Zoe Dancey recently had her car adapted by our team at Ergomobility, enabling her to teach people to drive with adaptations. Partnering with Lodgesons and Brig-Ayd Controls Ltd, we offered Zoe…

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Disabled motoring: a brief history

With it being UK Disability History Month, we thought it would be interesting to research the history of disabled motoring and share our findings with you. We hope you find it as fascinating as we did! 1655: The first manumotive carriage The first invention to improve mobility for those with disabilities began four centuries ago in 1655. Stephan Farffler, who…

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Units 1 – 4, Crosspost Industrial Park,
Cowfold Road, Bolney,
West Sussex, RH17 5QU

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