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Happy Deepavali!

Posted by Warren Chew on

We'd like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers Happy Deepavali!

We are closed from 18th to 20th Oct for a company retreat, but if you'd like to see our mobility scooters during these 3 days, please visit Gain City Megastore @ Sungei Kadut!

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Bollard Sharing Service to block E-Scooters

Posted by Warren Chew on

A bollard sharing service to block e-scooters? I wonder how they are going to be carried around in the first place? I know... a lorry crane sharing service to move the bollards!

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Rain - The #1 Mobility Scooter Killer in Singapore

Posted by Warren Chew on

Rain - It is the #1 mobility scooter killer in Singapore, yet there are so many users who are still driving it in the rain. We tell ALL our customers that mobility scooters are not rain-proof, so for those that don't follow our advice, we're not sure whether they are just forgetful or plain stubborn. This scooter came back to us last month in horrible condition. Dust and mud everywhere, battery contacts rusted badly. It has obviously been driven in heavy rain, more than once. Yes, we keep touting our Spitfire Scout mobility scooter as a super-reliable scooter, with very...

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Charging Your Mobility Scooter at the Airport

Posted by Warren Chew on

Made a trip to the airport, but not enough battery to make it back home? Use the mobile charging stations!

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Better Mobility with the Right Wheelchair

Posted by Warren Chew on

These are very, very good tips on choosing a wheelchair from Ms Punithamani Kandasamy, a registered nurse and caregiving trainer at Active Global.

Generally, users with sufficient upper body strength can opt for wheelchairs, which come with bigger wheels and handrims for users to push themselves forward.

For weaker users, such as elderly folk, it is better to opt for pushchairs and rely on caregivers to push them. Or if they want to be 100% independent, they can also opt for mobility scooters or motorised wheelchairs.

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