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Servicing & Repairs

Servicing & Repairs

It has never been easier to get your mobility scooter ready for action, just give us a call and tell us what you need. We can service or repair at your home or workplace, or if you prefer we can collect, repair and return – at a time to suit you. We carry out mobility scooter repairs and services.

If you live within a 30 mile radius of Kilmarnock our call out charge is just £80. That includes the first 30 minutes of on-site work.

Call now on 0800 035 1430 and tell us what the problem is, some things can be fixed over the phone.

Service Description


We can repair a puncture, replace worn tyres or change you over to solid tyres.


Flat batteries re-charged or replaced and charging units fixed.


We may be able to repair them, rather than the considerable expense of replacement.


Accidental damage to bodywork can be repaired, sharp edges removed and panels rebuilt or replaced.


All insurance work can be undertaken.

Quick Tips

If a battery is over 3 years old, it is a good idea to have it checked to determine how much longer it will last. Good maintenance of your mobility scooter batteries will ensure a long life, and ensure maximum performance from your product. Below are a few tips on how to maintain your battery. Follow these tips and you will extend the life of your battery.

Charging Your Battery

Correct charging of your battery is probably one of the most important procedures to ensure long life and maximum distance coverage. Carefully read the manufacturers manual for full instructions

Usually, even if you have taken your mobility scooter on a short trip it is advisable to put the battery on charge. Once the battery is fully charged, the charger will continue to release a small trickle of power into the battery, ensuring a maximum charge.

Storing your Scooter and Battery

Store your scooter and batteries in a cool dry place if possible. If your battery is left near a radiator for example, it may affect the life of the battery.

Cleaning the Battery

Damp can cause damage to the battery so if your scooter and battery get wet or damp simply wipe down with a cloth.


Only use the approved battery charger compatible with your vehicle. After using your vehicle, if possible charge your battery every night for at least 8 hours, regardless of the amount of use your scooter has had that day. If you are not going to use your vehicle for an extended period (a few days) fully charge your battery then disconnect the battery from the vehicle. New batteries must be fully charged before use.