TGA Mobility

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Helpful guides

From using public transport to rules of the road, this section contains various free guides that you may find helpful.

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Air travel with your TGA scooter: a simple guide

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Air travel is becoming more and more popular for mobility scooter owners. Thanks to our Minimo and Zest family, you can tackle big airports with confidence and commonly drive your scooter right up to the plane. On arrival at your destination, you have the advantage...

Funding sources for mobility scooters and disability equipment

A rundown of charities which may be able to help you with subsidising the purchase of a mobility scooter and other disability equipment. Caudwell Children Telephone 0345 300 1348 Email...

Are mobility scooters allowed on the road? An expert explains

Rachel Elding observing a scooter driver making manoeuvres.

Mobility scooters are allowed on the road in the UK if they meet certain requirements. These conditions are defined by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). A road legal mobility...

BHTA - Get wise to buying safely!

BHTA - Get wise to buying safely!

This guide is an independantly produced document published by the British Healthcare Trade Association (BHTA). When you buy the equipment that is right for you, it can make a real difference...

BHTA - Get wise to making a complaint!

BHTA - Get wise to making a complaint!

This guide is an independantly produced document published by the British Healthcare Trade Association (BHTA). If you’ve just bought a product and for whatever reason, are not happy with it, this...

BHTA - Get wise to buying a mobility vehicle!

BHTA - Get wise to buying a mobility vehicle!

This guide is an independantly produced document published by the British Healthcare Trade Association (BHTA). A guide to helping you make the right decision.

BHTA - Get wise to public transport

BHTA - Get wise to public transport

This guide is an independantly produced document published by the British Healthcare Trade Association (BHTA). A wheelchair user’s guide to public transport

BHTA - Get wise to using electric scooters and wheelchairs

BHTA - Get wise to using electric scooters and wheelchairs

This guide is an independantly produced document published by the British Healthcare Trade Association (BHTA). A Highway Code for users.

BHTA - Get wise to getting more from your battery

BHTA - Get wise to getting more from your battery

This guide is an independantly produced document published by the British Healthcare Trade Association (BHTA). A guide to maximising the performance and lifespan of batteries for powered mobility equipment.

Parkinson's Disease and mobility scooters: a guide

Parkinson's Disease and mobility scooters: a guide

Parkinson's disease is a neurological condition in which part of the brain becomes progressively damaged over many years. The main symptoms of Parkinson's are Tremor (involuntary shaking of particular parts...

Osteoporosis and mobility scooters: a guide

Osteoporosis is a common condition that weakens bones and makes them fragile and more likely to break. This condition can also lead to symptoms such as back pain, loss of...

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and mobility scooters: a guide

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and mobility scooters: a guide

A reliable and comfortable mobility scooter from TGA may help with many of the symptoms associated with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). MS is unpredictable and the severity of this condition varies...

A Guide to Mobility Scooters for Arthritis

A Guide to Mobility Scooters for Arthritis

What is Arthritis?Arthritis is a long-term progressive condition that causes pain, swelling and stiffness in joints. Your hands, feet and wrists are commonly affected, but it can also cause problems...

Enjoy More Freedom: A Brief Guide To TGA Mobility Scooters And How Certain Models Can Help With Specific Disabilities

TGA provides the finest and most comprehensive range of mobility scooters in the UK. For over 30 years this trusted family-run specialist has helped people living with mobility difficulties regain...

TGA Wheelchair Powerpacks - protecting carers from pushing excessive loads

The TGA Wheelchair Powerpack Range - Protecting Carers From Pushing Excessive Loads Ailsa Reston, Occupational Therapist (OT), highlights the benefits of prescribing motorised TGA Wheelchair Powerpacks to protect carers from...

SCOOT AND BE SEEN - keep your scooter in tip-top shape

Looking after your scooter can really help with safety. Every TGA scooter needs to be serviced annually by TGA or a reputable dealer so that qualified engineers can check every...

SCOOT AND BE SEEN - Rules of the road

Understanding how the Highway Code affects you as a mobility scooter user is important. Here are a few highlights to remember: When can I drive on the road or pavement?...

SCOOT AND BE SEEN - be more visible

SCOOT AND BE SEEN helping you remain safe when out and about on a TGA mobility scooter. We always put the safety of our customers first. This is why we...

Hassle Free Travelling With Your TGA Mobility Scooter

Hassle Free Travelling With Your TGA Mobility Scooter

Make sure everything is in full working order before you go. Organise a maintenance check if possible to negate the risk of problems whilst you're away. Ensure your battery is fully...

Guide to selling your Mobility Scooter

If there comes a time when you wish to upgrade your current mobility Scooter or yours is no longer suitable, you will need to decide what to do with your...

Guide to using public transport

As a wheelchair user you will find that more and more public transport is becoming accessible to you. New regulations mean that in future trains, busses and taxis will all...