RETIRED EDINBURGH AMBULANCE TECHNICIAN WITH CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME REGAINS FREEDOM THANKS TO TOP GEAR WINNING TGA BREEZE MOBILITY SCOOTER

Nicki, 48 from Edinburgh has ME/CFS but has regained the ability to enjoy freedom outdoors whilst walking her four dogs, thanks to the same TGA Breeze mobility scooter she saw on BBC Top Gear.

Nicki, 48 from Edinburgh, is a disabled ex-Paramedic with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome who has regained the ability to enjoy the outdoors whilst walking her four dogs, thanks to a TGA Breeze mobility scooter

Nicki, 48 from Edinburgh, is a disabled ex-Paramedic with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome who has regained the ability to enjoy the outdoors whilst walking her four dogs, thanks to a TGA Breeze mobility scooter

Nicki is a lively and dynamic individual who had to take earlier retirement from front line medical duties and was diagnosed last year with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Nicki now lives with this serious condition that restricts her mobility and makes walking extremely difficult. Nicki enjoyed a successful 15-year career working for the ambulance service based in Edinburgh and regularly assisted during dramatic life-or-death situations. She thrived in emergency situations and ultimately would not swap these memories for anything.

Unfortunately she was medically retired from the Ambulance Service and as time progressed, Nicki developed Osteoarthritis, her Asthma became more problematic and eventually she was diagnosed with ME/CFS. As an active lady who loved walking her four dogs, it has been extremely difficult for her to accept life with limited independence. This was until she watched a type of rugged mobility scooter win the BBC Top Gear extreme mobility scooter challenge – the TGA Breeze. The 8mph Breeze is a highly respected scooter supplied by TGA that has off-road capabilities and has been used in several, epic endurance challenges to raise money for charity. It has become a national ‘institution’ and is engineered with robust wheels and a sturdy chassis that deliver stability and safety over a wide variety of terrain.

Nicki explains: “As my mobility has become progressively worse, I was determined to find a way to remain independent outside of my home. I miss my job but have had to come to terms with a change in lifestyle. I had considered a mobility scooter but wasn’t sure whether there were any that could cope with rural tracks and countryside terrain where I have always walked my dogs. Well, watching the Breeze on BBC Top Gear changed all of that. I couldn’t believe a mobility scooter could have ever climbed up that steep hillside in the Brecon Beacons and tackled such rough off-road tracks. Anyway, I was quick to contact TGA and now I am the proud owner of my own Breeze. The liberation it has given me is unequalled and I know my four dogs are just as chuffed. Daniel and Pippa, my two lively Italian Spinone Gun dogs and Ruby and Toots, Yorkshire Terriers, can now enjoy the outdoors with me. The yorkies regularly travel on the scooter floor well and I have even added a cushion so they can ride and rest in comfort!”

Nicki continues: “Apart from the rewards of helping the general public, I have always loved driving which was one of the reasons I joined the Ambulance Service. Thank goodness this passion is still alive with my Breeze and as I now have a tow bar and trailer I can take the scooter anywhere. I have already taken it to the beach and around several local forest tracks. As a result, enjoying the countryside together is so easy, and we take lunch and the dogs with us for a full day out. I chose to have heavy-duty batteries installed which give me around 30 miles of range on one charge. These days may not be as dynamic as when I worked with the Ambulance Service, but bearing in mind my condition, they give me just as much pleasure.”

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RETIRED MOTORBIKE RACER AND STROKE SURVIVOR ‘BREEZES’ TO OFF ROAD FREEDOM WITH RADICAL NEW TGA VITA X MOBILITY SCOOTER

George Breese, 67 from Malborough in Devon, is an ex-motorcyclist and club racer who despite now living with the affects of a Stroke, has regained his ability to enjoy the open countryside thanks to an off-road TGA Vita X mobility scooter.

George Breese is an ex-motorcyclist and club racer who despite now living with the affects of a Stroke, has regained his ability to enjoy the Devon coastal paths thanks to an off-road TGA Vita X mobility scooter.

George Breese is an ex-motorcyclist and club racer who despite now living with the affects of a Stroke, has regained his ability to enjoy the Devon coastal paths thanks to an off-road TGA Vita X mobility scooter.

George lives near the picturesque coastal town of Salcombe and is surrounded by an area of outstanding natural beauty. As his locality is so rural and rugged near the coast, George was unable to access many of the pathways and off-road tracks using a traditional mobility scooter or whilst being pushed in a wheelchair. George lives alone and was desperate to regain his independence, especially when he reflected on his motorsport past. Freedom only became possible when he discovered a new breed of mobility scooter with off-road capabilities – the TGA Vita X. George can now be regularly seen travelling cross country and along coastal paths whilst filming his adventures which he posts on YouTube. TGA has been a leading, national mobility scooter specialist for over 25 years and supplies the highly respected Vita and Breeze ranges. George liked the Breeze, especially it’s name, but decided the cutting edge sports styling, strengthened suspension and chunky tyres incorporated into the Vita X appealed more to his motorsport heritage.

George explains: “In my younger days, I regularly rode and raced motorbikes. Despite having a major stroke in 2008, my passion for motorsport will never die. In my heyday, I enjoyed the adrenalin-filled thrill of racing brands such as Benelli, Yamaha, Aermacchi and Ducati around tracks such as Brands Hatch and Snetterton. My wife would always support me in the stands even though she worried when seeing me travelling at over 120mph, which is quite slow compared to today’s bikes. I remember when I borrowed my eldest son’s bike a few years ago, a Yamaha R1, boy it was lightening quick but so amazing to ride! In between racing I would spend my time building a motorcycle from scrap parts a bike dealer friend would supply me. The ironic side of having a Stroke is that I spend most nights dreaming I can do a variety of extreme sports from rock climbing to powerboating. As I live apart from my wife and four children, being able to go out independently either for day-to-day needs or pleasure, is so important for me. I struggle walking and have major balance problems which means without my Vita X, I would be housebound and my quality of life would be really poor.”

2. George Breese photographed racing at Brands Hatch in 1979 on a 232cc Benelli 2c 2-stroke motorbike

2. George Breese photographed racing at Brands Hatch in 1979 on a 232cc Benelli 2c 2-stroke motorbike

Since owning his Vita X for only a few weeks, George has clocked up over 150 miles. He regular explores the many rural paths in Devon and Hope Cove is one of his favourite destinations. The Vita X is a highly robust and reliable 8mph scooter with independent suspension on each front wheel. This delivers increased stability and safety when George is mounting pavements at angles or driving off-road, as each wheel can react independently to changes in ground surface.

George concludes: “At last, there is a mobility scooter that gives creditability to people with disabilities – the TGA Vita X. I may not be travelling at the speeds I enjoyed in years gone by, but the Vita X is so impressive at tackling slopes and rocky tracks that I once again have real freedom. As I don’t look disabled, I am regularly stopped by hikers and holidaymakers who ask “where can we hire one of those superb looking, off-road buggies?” I love filming my journeys with a camcorder mounted to the tiller and have even started adding music to the videos I upload to YouTube. With its sporting prowess, I really understand why the famous NASCAR Driver Tony Stewart was seen on his Vita X recently after breaking a leg. The TGA Vita X has changed my life.”

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Retired international trucker and Scottish paragolfer keeps motoring with Harley Davidson style TGA mobility scooter

James Eadie from North Lanarkshire, is a retired Middle East long distance lorry driver and disabled golfer, who has regained his independence thanks to a ‘Harley Davidson’ style Supersport mobility scooter from TGA.

James Eadie from North Lanarkshire, is a disabled golfer and retired Middle East long distance lorry driver who has regained his independence thanks to a ‘Harley Davidson’ style Supersport mobility scooter from TGA.

James Eadie from North Lanarkshire, is a disabled golfer and retired Middle East long distance lorry driver who has regained his independence thanks to a ‘Harley Davidson’ style Supersport mobility scooter from TGA.

James, 78 from Bellshill near Glasgow, is a real character with many stories to tell from his experiences in the Middle East. He transported gas and oil machinery from the UK to countries such as Saudi Arabi and the UAE over a period of eight years and a typical round trip would take four weeks. He was also stationed in the Middle East for a period of his life and was responsible for shipping oil internally during the Iran/Iraq war. Operating as a long distance lorry driver during this conflict was dangerous at times, however this experience has left James with many remarkable memories.

In between periods of working abroad, James also delivered across the UK and regularly drove to Suffolk from his depot in Scotland. His memories of Halsted and the surrounding area were rekindled when he read an interesting article in the Scottish Daily Record regarding a ‘Harley Davidson’ style mobility scooter, manufactured by TGA who were based in neighbouring Sudbury. This TGA Superport had delivered newfound independence to an Architect from Aberdeenshire and did not resemble a traditional looking mobility scooter. James decided this might be the solution to his mobility issues.

James explains: “My whole career has involved travelling great distances so when your mobility becomes restricted, it’s very difficult to accept. When not behind the wheel, I’ve always used a push bike however I have had to stop cycling because it was aggravating my joints so much. Walking can be difficult for me too over and above my joint problems as I am partially sighted. This means I can struggle to focus on where to put my feet. Looking forward is ok so I knew a mobility scooter would be able to help me regain my independence. When I read about how a TGA Supersport had changed the life of successful architect Doug Forrest who had MS, I knew this machine was the one for me. I looked up TGA on the Internet and since Harry has delivered my bike, the ability to go out on my terms has now returned.”

James continues: “Before I was on my black and chrome Supersport, I was travelling into town and to the Doctor’s Surgery by bus however they were always so unreliable. I have spent my career making sure I arrived at far-flung destinations on time and therefore do not like being late. Now I can leave my house knowing full well I can arrive for a doctor’s appointment on time and with rushing. Whenever I go out on my Harley, I am stopped by passers-by who want to know more about this striking scooter. I always have time for a wee chat and tell them all about TGA and what a difference this Supersport has made to my life. The boys in my golf society will also be keen to hear all about it when I play golf next.”

In his spare time James is a keen gardener and plays golf with the Scottish Blind Golf Society. This charity was established in 1982 and James has been a member since 2000. As he is partially sighted, he has played in numerous tournaments across the UK and managed to beat the blind world champion Simon Cookson in 2009.

The 8mph TGA Supersport is the mobility scooter of choice for many members of the nationwide Disabled Ramblers Association as it has the stability, manoeuvrability and power to handle most off road situations. Designed to reflect the characteristics of a motorcycle, the black and chrome TGA Supersport provides a visual statement which has led to it recently appearing in the Robbie Williams and Dizzee Rascal music video ‘Goin’ Crazy’.

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Sudbury’s TGA assists pupils with mobility issues by donating wheelchair to Thomas Gainsborough School

TGA, the UK’s leading mobility scooter specialist based in Sudbury, has donated a new Elite wheelchair to the Thomas Gainsborough School in Great Cornard, so pupils with mobility issues can access lessons more easily.

Tim Ross, National Sales Manager for Sudbury’s TGA Mobility (right), donates an Elite wheelchair to the Thomas Gainsborough School. Mr W Lloyd, Head Teacher is pictured (left) with one of his pupils in the wheelchair.

Tim Ross, National Sales Manager for Sudbury’s TGA Mobility (right), donates an Elite wheelchair to the Thomas Gainsborough School. Mr W Lloyd, Head Teacher is pictured (left) with one of his pupils in the wheelchair.

TGA continues to be a successful, family-run business that has been based in Suffolk for over 25 years. It supports the community through charity and goodwill initiatives, as the management team believes ‘giving something back’ to locals is essential. Commercially, it provides a market leading range of mobility scooters nationally along with a retail showroom that benefits all of East Anglia. This comprehensive showroom delivers access to award winning scooters such as the Breeze and Vita, rise and recliner chairs, bathlifts and smaller independent living aids, walkers and wheelchairs. One of TGA’s latest wheelchair models, an Elite, has been donated to the Thomas Gainsborough School following a request for help from one of the teachers, Mr Howe. He originally contacted Rachel Elding, TGA’s Retail Development Manager, for a potential discount on a wheelchair however when the company agreed to donate an Elite free of charge, Mr Howe and Head Teacher, Mr Lloyd, were absolutely delighted.

 

Rachel comments: “As soon as Mr Howe explained the mobility difficulties several of his pupils were encountering on a daily basis, I knew TGA must be able to help in some way or another. Several students are attending the school on crutches due to broken legs and ankles, so moving between lessons is quite difficult and time consuming. Some students have developed bad blisters on their hands due to the distances they are covering, so a method to resolve this issue was desperately needed. The donation of this wheelchair is already delivering a significant difference to many pupils and as several of the TGA team members have children at Thomas Gainsborough, this donation has delivered a positive feeling all round.”

Mr Lloyd, Head Teacher said: “We are delighted with very generous donation that TGA have made to Thomas Gainsborough School of a high quality wheelchair. The chair will be used by students who have short-term mobility needs, such as broken bones or sprains. It is marvellous that a local company can respond so quickly and positively and support their local schools so effectively. We can not praise TGA enough.”

Tim Ross, TGA National Sales Manager added: “In addition to this donation, we are now actively involved with the school in terms of supporting career guidance and work experience placements. The whole business and I firmly believe in the employment of talented, young locals as they are indeed the future. Finding a job these days can be really difficult when you have no commercial experience, so supporting the Thomas Gainsborough School was a logical decision for us. As a leading brand that is renowned for quality mobility scooters and impeccable service, anything we can do to develop our next generation of skilled employees is also so important for TGA’s sustained success.”

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RETIRED CORNISH TAXI DRIVER AND SCOOBY DOG REGAIN FREEDOM WITH NEW 39-STONE CAPACITY TGA MOBILITY SCOOTER NICKNAMED ‘SPEEDY’

Terry Courts, 60 from St. Austell, Cornwall, is a retired taxi driver, pub landlord and previous Guinness World Record holding darts player, who has regained independence on a new type of TGA Breeze Max mobility scooter.

Terry Courts is a retired taxi driver and pub landlord, who has regained independence on a new type of 39 stone user capacity, TGA Breeze S4 Max mobility scooter.

Terry Courts is a retired taxi driver and pub landlord, who has regained independence on a new type of 39 stone user capacity, TGA Breeze S4 Max mobility scooter.

Terry was a hard working taxi driver for over 20 years in and around Cornwall who has had to take earlier retirement due to weight-related health issues. Prior to being a taxi driver, Terry was the landlord of the The Harbour Tavern in Mevagissey for seven years. During this time, he achieved a new Guiness World Record alongside several other local darts players who achieved the highest cumulative score in 24 hours. In 1988 they achieved a world-beating total and Terry supported this monumental effort with his much-loved local hot pot.

Recently he has been struggling to remain independent and care for his 84-year-old mother until he discovered a new breed of heavy-duty mobility scooter from TGA – the Breeze Max. Terry and his Shih Tzu/Jack Russell cross dog called Scooby, are now once again mobile with a mobility scooter that has extra wide rear wheels, strengthened suspension and a larger, pivoting orthopaedic seat. Scooby regularly travels on the floor well of the Breeze and Terry has customised it with a ‘Speedy’ number plate which many passing motorists find humorous.

Terry explains: “My years of taxi driving have taken their toll on me. You know what it’s like waiting around for customers so you have a nibble here and a nibble there. I had to give up my job seven years ago because of health issues and only in the last 12 months given up driving altogether. But then came along my saviour – the TGA Breeze Max. Compared to my old scooter, which I felt every bump when driving and was generally so uncomfortable, it is now like sitting aboard a Rolls Royce. I soon gave it a name and had a ‘Speedy’ plate made which I stuck on the rear. It’s so funny that passing motorists blow their horns and some shout ‘Hi Speedy!’ when they see me. When I took delivery I was soon off out enjoying the sunshine and as I live alone, it is brilliant that I can stop and chat to people, even ones waiting at bus stops.

Terry continues: “Scooby comes with me everywhere I go and loves sitting on the footplate and watching the world go by. As he is a rescue dog, he really struggles being on his own and if I try to sneak out without him, he howls and cries like a baby. His favourite TV programmes You’ve Been Framed, Coronation Street and Emmerdale can be a distraction if I need to go out without him as Scooby jumps up and down like a Kangaroo when they are on. However Scooby and I are much happier when we are out cruising together. I would recommend this type of strengthened mobility scooter to everyone who needs independence and struggles with mobility or weight-related issues.”

The Breeze Max is a modified version of the market leading TGA Breeze S4 that won the BBC Top Gear extreme mobility scooter TV challenge in 2012. It has been specifically re-engineered for heavier users and incorporates a more powerful motor and chassis for increased strength, torque and performance. The overall ergonomic design carefully considers the needs of owners weighing up to 39 stone so that easy access and day long comfort is maintained. Daniel Stone, TGA Managing Director explains: “We understand end user needs are always changing and with a trend towards larger scooter owners, we felt launching the Breeze Max was a necessity for TGA. Many individuals weighing up to 39 stone, who were previously unable to find a scooter that would carry their weight safely, have now discovered the pioneering TGA Breeze S4 Max.”

Terry concludes: “I love being able to visit my local shopping square now independently thanks to my Breeze Max. I go there quite often and sit on Speedy in the Bakers with a latte and a bun. I watch the traffic go by and chat to more or less everyone who comes in – they all love my Breeze with its very large rear wheels. It’s so comfortable and a joy to drive, I would recommend this model of TGA Breeze to anyone who is thinking of getting a reliable and safe, large mobility scooter.”

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TGA MOBILITY BUCKS CHALLENGING ECONOMIC TREND WITH SIMULTANEOUS RECRUITMENT OF SIX EXTRA EMPLOYEES

TGA, the UK’s leading mobility scooter specialist based in Suffolk, continues to demonstrate impressive growth during these tough economic times and has subsequently simultaneously appointed six extra recruits.

TGA Mobility has simultaneously employed six additional members of staff to support its continued business growth.  From left to right: Mark Hammond, Service; Rachael Simpson, Dealer Co-Ordinator; Sarah Mead, Customer Services Manager; Justin Horne, PDI Inspector; David Lasslett, Stores; Paul Welsh, General Warehouse.

TGA Mobility has simultaneously employed six additional members of staff to support its continued business growth.
From left to right: Mark Hammond, Service; Rachael Simpson, Dealer Co-Ordinator; Sarah Mead, Customer Services Manager; Justin Horne, PDI Inspector; David Lasslett, Stores; Paul Welsh, General Warehouse.

TGA is a family-run, caring company that has provided life-changing, trusted mobility products for over 25 years. It supplies leading mobility scooter brands such as the Breeze and Vita across the UK whilst continually supporting charities events and delivering safe driving education to end-users. To ensure its service levels are maintained as the popularity of TGA products continues to grow, the business has added six new members to its team. These simultaneous appointments span all departments and the the new recruits are:

·       Rachael Simpson, 29 from Halstead, Dealer Co-ordinator

·       Sarah Mead, 42 from Colchester, Customer Service Manager

·       Mark Hammond, 28 from Halstead, Service Department

·       Justin Horne, 36 from Clare, PDI Inspector (Pre-delivery inspections)

·       David Lasslett, 44 from Halstead, Stores

·       Paul Welsh, 20 from Great Cornard, Warehouse Assistance.

Daniel Stone, TGA Managing Director commented: “These six new members have been carefully selected to join our team as they all demonstrated a pro-active, diligent and caring attitude during the interview process. This approach is critical when working at TGA as we are a customer-focused business that is dedicated to helping disabled and mature individuals regain their freedom. We understand that people who have mobility issues need peace of mind when selecting products and need to rely on their chosen mobility supplier. This is why every member of staff must deliver on promises so that peace of mind is assured for our customers at all times. We are proud of our trusted reputation for delivering impeccable service and quality products and are confident these additional members of staff will further assist with business growth.”

Sarah Mead is TGA’s new Customer Services Manager and is responsible for leading all direct customer support that involves organising product demonstrations, processing orders and after sales care. As a dynamic, bubbly character, she ‘loves the vibrant, friendly atmosphere at TGA’ and ‘felt settled from day one’. Outside of work she continues to be busy with five children, two dogs and a passion for socialising and parties.

Rachel Simpson joins TGA as its national Dealer Co-ordinator and Area Sales Manager for Scotland and Ireland. She brings extensive customer facing experience to TGA from several years working for Thomas Cook in Ibiza and is already ‘enjoying her varied role’.

Before joining the TGA Service Department, Mark Hammond worked at a car electrical component manufacturer as a technical sales advisor. He brings this specialist knowledge to TGA, which is invaluable when servicing the company’s market leading mobility scooters. Justin Horne is now an additional team member responsible for maintaining quality control as products are dispatched. As a PDI inspector, it is Justin’s responsibility to thoroughly check every mobility scooter that leaves TGA to ensure reliability and product performance is of the utmost level. Outside of TGA, Justin has an interesting hobby as he cares for 22 rescue ferrets along with supporting other animal rescue centres and judging at ferret competitions.

David Lasslett left his previous position and joined TGA as he was seeking a new challenge with prospects. David, with his impeccable attention to detail, is now developing into a key employee within the parts store at TGA. He works alongside Paul Welsh who is reveling in his first full time role after studying at the College of West Suffolk. Paul commented: “I’m really enjoying my new role as I have to work hard and move around all day, far better than sitting at a desk in my opinion. As my mother has a disability, I care for her every morning and evening and hence the service TGA provides has a personal association which makes it even more rewarding.”

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40-YEAR-OLD STROKE SURVIVOR FROM POOLE TOPS 3,000 MILES ON RADICAL TGA VITA MOBILITY SCOOTER

Andi Peach, 40 from Poole in Dorset, has just reached the milestone of driving 3,000 miles in less than two years on his funky TGA Vita mobility scooter which helped him rebuild his life following a massive stroke in 2008.

Andi Peach, 40 from Poole in Dorset, has just reached the milestone of driving 3,000 miles on his funky TGA Vita mobility scooter which helped him rebuild his life following a massive stroke in 2008.

Andi Peach, 40 from Poole in Dorset, has just reached the milestone of driving 3,000 miles on his funky TGA Vita mobility scooter which helped him rebuild his life following a massive stroke in 2008.

Andi is a lively and positive disabled individual who lives with his wife Claire, two boys and has a daughter located 12 miles away. He is able to regularly independently visit his daughter thanks to a radical, cutting-edge mobility scooter from TGA. Without this mobility scooter that is his only form of transport, Andi would have no independence as he cannot drive after his stroke and walking is difficult. Andi has lived in the local area for over 30 years and used to successfully fulfill a demanding role working for UK Mail. In 2008 and completely without warning, he experienced a huge stroke that ultimately resulted in Andi living with limited movement to the right side of his body.

Andi explains: “Having a stroke was scary and such a shock, I’m so lucky that it only affected the right side of my body. Since 2008, I have been able to get my life back on track and owning such a fantastic Vita mobility scooter in the last two years, has played a crucial part in my rehabilitation. My TGA Vita has given me the opportunity to explore so much of our beautiful Dorset countryside and not be housebound. I regularly like to visit Poole Quay and Upton Country Park as they are both so scenic. Most of the time I don’t pre-plan where I am going to drive, I just go, often completing over 26 miles per day and ending up at my daughter’s house in Boscombe. When the weather is good, I can travel around 100 miles plus a week. I have just clocked up over 3000 miles – I couldn’t believe it when I looked down at the mile-o-meter! Without my scooter, living with the effects of stroke would be so much harder to face.”

Andi continues: “I have been on so many fun adventures, however the most important change my Vita has made is giving me the ability to complete daily tasks such as shopping. I have a special mobility scooter trailer that is in constant use – from going to the shops to helping my wife collect her Avon books. My TGA Vita is my car, without it I would be completely lost. Everywhere I go I get asked about my Vita, where I got it from and how fast does it go? It deserves great praise for its dynamic, eye-catching looks that resemble more of a posh car than an old-fashioned mobility scooter – well done TGA for designing such an awesome scooter. My wife often says to me let’s go for a woodland walk and of course I jump at the chance to show off my scooter. I would strongly recommend this model to all younger people living with a disability who want something cool and sporty.”

Andi’s TGA Vita 4 is unlike any other mobility scooter in terms of technology and looks. Utilising engineering techniques from the motorcycle industry, it incorporate state of the art styling, all round suspension with a revolutionary rear mono shock absorber, high visibility long life LED head and rear lights and an advanced LCD tiller control panel. Ideal for owners looking for a less traditional looking scooter, the Vita 4 provide comfort for owners weighing up to 159kg (25 stone) and deliver a top speed of 12.8km/h (8mph).

It is the same model owned by Steve Tarrant, the high profile disabled motorsport marshal also from Poole who miraculously survived being hit by an F1 car travelling at 150mph whilst marshaling at Goodwood. In 2014 and with the support of TGA, Steve is aiming to smash the current world record for the fastest time ever from John O’Groats to Land’s End travelling by mobility scooter.

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