Free Upgrades At QEF Mobility Open Day!
02 Oct 2019
We are attending this year's Get Going Live! at QEF Mobility Services' Open Day in Carshalton next week. This event will allow you to try out a prestigious Quickie chair, including the new Q200R powerchair and the ultra-light Krypton. Attending alongside market-leaders Sunrise Medical, we have exclusive offers for attendees, who can claim a free upgrade for select wheelchairs purchased following the event. For powerchair users, this is free powered lift & tilt (worth up to £1,750) on any Q500 or Q700 wheelchair, or for active wheelchair users, free Spinergy wheels on any Quickie range manual chair.
Wednesday 9th October, 10 am – 3 pm. Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF), 1 Metcalfe Avenue, Carshalton. SM5 4NR. Free admission and accessible parking.
The hosts, Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation Mobility Services, are an independent organisation, overseen by the charity Driving Mobility, which offers professional information, advice and driving assessments for people seeking assistance with mobility.
Now in its second year, the Get Going Live! event is aimed at disabled people looking to improve their mobility, whether through cars or other mobility devices. There will be the opportunity to safely test drive a range of accessible and adapted vehicles around a test track with a qualified specialist instructor. Seating and transfer assessments are also offered, plus specialist paediatric seating advice for children.
Alongside this, we are returning to demonstrate the renowned Quickie range, including the Q700-Up M standing powerchair, ultra-compact new Q200 R, carbon-fibre Krypton active wheelchair, and Empulse R20 lightweight powerpack.
All of the Q500 and Q700 powerchairs come pre-prepared for Dahl docking stations, a TÜV certified system allowing you to easily dock in and drive your car from your wheelchair. This makes the Q-series the ideal choice for using with your adapted car, particularly as you can pick your choice of drive base from mid, rear and front-wheel drive.