Mobility Scooter Repairs & Part Exchange Lancashire

Get Your Scooter & Power Chair Repaired with C&C Mobility

Professional Repairs & Servicing for All Makes and Models

Experienced Mobility Repair Engineers and Specialist Workshop for All Your Mobility Needs

At C&C Mobility, we take pride in our team of experienced mobility repair engineers who can handle any type of mobility scooter and power chair repairs. Our specialist workshop is equipped with the latest technology and tools to ensure that your mobility equipment is repaired to the highest standards.

New Batteries Supplied and Fitted

At C&C Mobility, we carry out repairs & servicing on all makes and models of scooters and power chairs. Our technicians are experienced in supplying and fitting new batteries for your scooter or power chair, making sure that you get the best performance from your device. We also offer puncture repairs, new tyres supplied and fitted, and general maintenance repairs to keep your device in top condition.

Mobile Technician

Our mobile technician covers the north west and can come to you, performing repairs and servicing on-site to get your device running smoothly. We understand that time is of the essence and will ensure that your scooter and power chair are repaired quickly and effectively.

Part Exchange & Buy Back

We also offer part-exchange on scooters should you be looking to purchase a new scooter. Our experienced team can provide you with advice on the best model for you and your needs. We also buy back old scooters and power chairs that you no longer require, helping you to upgrade your device. Contact us for more information on any of these services.

FAQs: What to Check on Mobility Scooters Before Bringing Them in for Repair

At C&C Mobility, we understand that mobility scooters are essential for maintaining independence and quality of life. Before bringing in your mobility scooter for repair, here are some common questions and answers to consider:

What should I check if my mobility scooter won’t start?

First, check to make sure the key is inserted properly and turned to the on position. Then, check if the battery is fully charged and connected properly. If all appears correct, it may be a deeper issue with the motor or wiring that will require repair.

Why is my mobility scooter making strange noises?

Strange noises may be due to the scooter being low on oil or having loose parts. Double-check fluid levels and tighten bolts and screws before bringing in for repair.

What should I check if the brakes on my mobility scooter aren’t working?

Check the brake pads and cables to ensure they are properly adjusted and not worn. If they appear to be in good shape, there may be an issue with the brake system that will require repair.

Why won’t my mobility scooter move forward or backward?

Check to ensure the freewheel lever is in the correct position, and the scooter is not in reverse. If these are not the issue, there may be a deeper problem with the motor or wiring that will require repair.

What should I do if my mobility scooter has a flat tire?

If you have a flat tire, try inflating it to the recommended tire pressure before bringing it in for repair. If the tire cannot be inflated or has a puncture, it will need to be replaced.

How often should I have my mobility scooter serviced?

It is recommended to have your mobility scooter serviced annually to ensure everything is in proper working order. However, if you notice any changes in your scooter’s performance or have any concerns, bring it in for repair as soon as possible.

Remember, maintenance is key to keeping your mobility scooter running smoothly. If you have any further questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us at C&C Mobility for expert advice and quality repairs.