The Mobility UK site. Serving Caister-on-Sea and Norfolk. Power chairs, scooters and disability equipment. Biggest selection at smallest prices.
Your Mobility shop for Caister-on-Sea Norfolk. Browse our massive variety of mobility products with free delivery in Caister-on-Sea and all over Norfolk. From Mobility Scooters, Electric wheelchairs, electric chairs through to mobility equipment and also disability living aids all at low inexpensive costs and free delivery. We also provide a vast range of disability accessories and equipment to care homes and local health authorities across the UK. So whatever your needs are whether disability or mobility, Our UK online superstore has whatever for your care or equipment needs in Caister on Sea and Norfolk and throughout the UK
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Pavement Mobility Scooters
Ideal for nipping down to the local shop in Caistor. These light duty shopping mobility scooters do not need registering with the DVLA.
Road Mobility Scooters
Class 3 range is heavier duty road legal type normally at 8mph for the Caistor roads. Class 3 scooters must be registered with the DVLA.
Portable & Folding Mobility Scooters. Perfect for quickly dismantling into the car boot for those trips away to the Caistor seaside or visiting friends.
Power wheel chairs can be used indoors or for longer journeys in Caistor. Some are specially designed for all terrain use.
If what you need is not detailed on our site, do contact us and we will try to resource it for you as well as for future inclusion in our mobility site Likewise, if you have a review of a certain special needs or mobility product, good or poor, do let us so we can publish it to assist other mobility users.
For grants and financial assistance towards your disability or mobility needs in Caister-on-Sea or Norfolk click here
Norfolk is a considerably mobility welcoming location.
Frequently persons operating mobility devices, and other folks with physical problems, are denied the experience and loveliness of a spot as the area can be out-of-bounds. Throughout Norfolk, the local area authorities have for many years worked to improve the access and experience for these visitors. Agencies, small-town services and lodgings make every effort to help as lots of people as practical feel the unique wonders of the Broads. In Great Yarmouth, they have a couple of specifically designed beach wheelchairs with sizable pneumatic wheels that simply slide over sand so that everyone can experience the beach.
Now even boating upon the Norfolk Broads provides wheelchair accessible guest boats running scenic tours throughout the Broads and various hire motorboat enterprises offer accessible day boats.
Generally there are numerous easily accessible gradients on the beach but as a result of to the level of the beach regularly altering, some of these may not always be functional. A few ramps on the beach may be in need of assistance to use them due to being steep. The beach sand differs and in some sites is extremely soft which could cause problems for scooters or wheelchairs using small tyres. Generally there is wheelchair accessibility to all the beach huts. Throughout Norfolk in the areas and coast spots, there are locations for blue badge holders, some on road and others in the main pay-and-display parking area. Toilets for individuals with impairments are easily offered throughout the boardwalk spots.
Far from the bustle of the seafront, there are many easily accessible locations to visit within Norfolk. Places much like 'Wherryman's Way', an 800 m easy gain access to course created to admit to a wide stretch of exquisite grazing marshes on one side and Rockland Broad on the other, the path results in a wheelchair attainable bird hide which provides a wonderful viewpoint over the calm waters and wildlife of Rockland Broad.
There are additionally parks like Holt Country Park & Whitlingham Country Park, all wheelchair and disability welcoming. And for the interested environment fans there are numerous nature reserves in Norfolk. Birdwatching hides overlooking ponds. Boardwalks with routes ideal for wheelchairs. The Hawk and Owl Trust have an easily accessible traveler centre, disabled restrooms, 2 accessible hides through a bark course, 2 more accessible hides and a usable lookout newly constructed.
Considering that a person in five folks in the UK have some manner of inability - that's over 12 million country wide - and the rising amount of aging persons taking advantage of disability scooters, there is a consistent need to integrate more mobility services and conversions in cities and towns all over the UK. In particular in beach destination locations that are highly preferred with the disabled and the seniors for day trips and holiday vacations. Norfolk, like numerous other leading traveler destinations have definitely produced a very mobility favorable environment in the towns, shops and beach front locations.Note* UK VAT, in many cases mobility accessories including wheelchairs and scooters are classed as VAT free. Please also note all 'road legal' (8mph) powered scooters and wheelchairs must be registered with DVLA. You may be entitled to a grant or assistance towards buying larger mobility items such as chair lifts, adaptations, wheelchairs and scooters. Read more and where to apply on our 'Financial Assistance' page.
All specifications subject to change without notice.
Prices shown on our site are current as of October 2017 but may differ.
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