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Just had my mobility scooter dealer on the line


humdrum
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Which packed up a few days ago (the scooter, not the dealer)

He said that the scooter looked as though it had been ridden over rough ground. I said so what? I am a cripple (actually I ain't but it does no harm to lay these things on) which is why I bought the bloody thing. Did he think that I was going to pick it up and carry it? The dealer said no because I am old and tetchy and he is hoping that I will extend the warranty. Actually I think I will give the job to my boy, who is smarter, faster and above all, cheaper.

But I did not tell the dealer that because I want the scooter returned in one piece.

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On 13/08/2021 at 15:52, humdrum said:

Did he think that I was going to pick it up and carry it? 


All these scooters assume you can get them in a car. If you are fit enough to get a scooter in a car you probably don't need the scooter.

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On 11/12/2021 at 12:17, sarahbell said:


All these scooters assume you can get them in a car. If you are fit enough to get a scooter in a car you probably don't need the scooter.

Some are quite lightweight, and designed just for that purpose. I imagine the lightweight ones are made of less "stuff", so maybe not of top quality.

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Just now, MrPin said:

Some are quite lightweight, and designed just for that purpose. I imagine the lightweight ones are made of less "stuff", so maybe not of top quality.

20kg is more than I'd want to be lifting. Are there lighter ones?

20kg being the one on TV most recently which magiced itself into the car.

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3 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

20kg is more than I'd want to be lifting. Are there lighter ones?

20kg being the one on TV most recently which magiced itself into the car.

Everyone else here can bench-press half a ton, and eats five Weetabix.

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On 11/12/2021 at 12:17, sarahbell said:


All these scooters assume you can get them in a car. If you are fit enough to get a scooter in a car you probably don't need the scooter.

Yes that’s true.

However my, morbidly obese relative has a super sized electric wheelchair. No way of getting it in the mobility car….that’s someone else’s job!

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4 hours ago, MrPin said:

Everyone else here can bench-press half a ton, and eats five Weetabix.

Well, I can lift the Weetabix while sitting on a bench, so two out of three isn't bad.

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