Lodgesons are exhibiting their Wireless Keypad Controls at The Mobility Roadshow, Stand H1-08

MobilityRoadShow_2016_LodgesonsLodgesons wireless keypad controls are designed to provide disabled drivers with the utmost in functionality, comfort and design. Established in 1993, Lodgesons have strived to be the wireless keypad system of choice for both end users & specialist adaptations installers.

LODGESONS ACHIEVE RECORD 91% SHARE OF MOTABILITY WIRELESS KEYPAD CONTROLS MARKET 

In 2015, Lodgesons achieved a record 91% share of the UK Motability Scheme market in their wireless keypad controls category. With a number of foreign imported systems jostling for a share in the UK market, Lodgesons are now not only the sole UK manufacturer for this type of product but also the only manufacturer to achieve a percentage this high in any Motability category.

For end users, the R200 keypads are offered with a choice of ergonomic, soft-touch steering grips; lollipop or steering ball, which are designed for easy, quick-release from the lubricant free clamp fitted to the steering wheel so the car may be driven as normal by another driver. For the specialist installers, Lodgesons have developed their systems using advanced technology which allows for quick and easy installation, with many plug-in solutions available. This teamed with a vast library of language independent installation instructions and same day technical support, is the reason why Lodgesons are the number one choice for both installers & end users alike.

To find out more, visit their website www.lodgesons.co.uk or come and see them at this year’s Mobility Roadshow at stand H1-08.

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