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Gadgets to help drivers with mobility issues

Gadgets to help drivers with mobility issues.

It may be an age thing, an old sports injury, or the result of illness or accident, but if you are adriver suffering mobility issues even the simple things can seem difficult. Car mobility aids can allow people with mobility issues to continue to drive their own car enabling them to get out and about […]

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The History of Wheelchairs – From Ancient Tools to Electric Scooters

Wheelchair history

Mankind has been making use of wheelchairs to assist people living with disabilities for thousands of years. And from the very first attempts, nothing more than re-purposed wheelbarrows really, through to the electric wheelchairs of today and the incredible inventions still to come, wheelchair designs and technology have certainly come a long way. In the […]

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Trike insurance for disabled riders

Stable, safe and yet exhilarating, trikes are great vehicles for disabled riders. However, many insurance companies don’t have policies to suit. Chartwell Insurance, a completely independent insurance broker that offers a specialist, caring service for disabled customers, offer a competitive trike insurance quote tailored to suit the individual. Chartwell Insurance can cover any trike, including […]

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Inspired by the London 2012 Paralympics?

The London 2012 Paralympics raised the country’s awareness of the quality of competitive sport amongst disabled athletes. All around the globe people embraced the achievements of the highly skilled contestants and were introduced to new sporting personalities and new sports. The games served to inspire budding sportspeople in the disabled community, to show them just […]

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Adapted vehicle insurance problems?

You’ve only got to turn on the TV to be bombarded with adverts for various insurance comparison websites. The problem with these sites is that they are designed to be useful for as many people as possible and they’re not good at coping with anything outside the norm. This is especially frustrating for disabled people […]

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