Servicing & Spare Parts

For advice on repairs, parts and servicing, please call our engineering team on 01793 814988 or send us an email.

Servicing and Spare Parts

Servicing, repairs and spares parts are available at our purpose-built on-site workshop. We have diagnostic checking/ reprograming facilities for most makes of power chair and mobility scooters, including brands like Pride, Invacare, Quingo and many more. Call us now tel:01793814988 to check out servicing costs and prices for repairs.

Our servicing Cost:

  • Wheelchairs from £45.00
  • Boot size Scooter from £85.00
  • Pavement (4mph) Scooter from £85.00
  • Road (8mph) Scooter from £95.00
  • Power-chairs – car trans from £135.00
  • Power-chair – £125.00
  • Lithium Scooter – £85.00
  • Cabin Car – £150.00
  • Quingo – any Model – £115.00

Prices include collection and delivery within a 10-mile radius of shop booking service.

Mobility Store Van

What checks are carried out during a full service?

  • Check condition of tyres
  • Check and adjust tyre pressures
  • Check rear safety casters
  • Remove wheels and grease shafts
  • Check and tighten wheel nuts
  • Check free-wheel mechanism
  • Check and adjust brakes
  • Check chassis and lubricate release mechanism
  • Check/adjust and lubricate steering column
  • Check indicators and hazards
  • Check steering column comfort adjust mechanism
  • Check/adjust and lubricate steering track rods
  • Check/adjust and lubricate suspension
  • Remove seat, check pole mount and grease pole
  • Check and lubricate swivel, recline and forward/back
  • Full battery discharge test
  • Check charger output
  • Road test
  • Tighten battery connections
  • Check fuses
  • Check safety cut-out
  • Check general condition of all cables and shrouds
  • Check motor brushes
  • Check forward reverse levers
  • Check speed adjuster
  • Check ignition switch and lubricate
  • Check horn
  • Check lights

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What does a Mobility Scooter Service include?

A. Included is testing the mobility scooter batteries and charger, checking over the motor and components. For a full guide to our comprehensive service check out our website under Servicing and Repairs.

Q. What are the most common problems with Mobility Scooters?

A. Without a doubt the most common problems concern the batteries and incorrect charging or older batteries needing replacing as well as worn out tyres and loose connections as the scooter ages.

Q. How do you know if your mobility scooter needs repairing?

A. If it is not functioning normally, you may need to get it repaired. Signs might be decreased speed, stopping and starting and unusual noises coming from the mobility scooter. It is important to get it checked over to prevent further damage and possible accidents and break downs.