Mobility milestone reached
Walk On Wheels is ing motorcycle parts to proud to announce that Yamaha and Suzuki. In CTM mobility scooters the mid-1990s it was have reached a signifiobvious the company cant milestone having had technical skills that now sold over 15,000 could be used within scooters across New the demanding home Zealand and Australia. healthcare industry. A
CTM are one of the new division was estabworld’s largest manufaclished and is now a gloturers of mobility scootbal leader in powered ers and powerchairs and mobility. provide freedom and inAll CTM scooters are dependence to people in certified to meet Euroover 20 countries. pean standards and are
In New Zealand and approved by the FDA in Australia, CTM supply the USA. their scooters through Tony Robinson, New Walk On Wheels, who Zealand owner of Walk have over 30 stores. On Wheels, says: “There In Auckland Walk On are two kinds of scooters Wheels has the largest available in the market showroom of mobility – quality scooters like equipment in the counCTM with three-year try, at 770 Great South warranties and cheap Rd, Penrose. ones with only one-year
CTM scooters are warranties. the flagship range in a “We will not sell the showroom full of prodcheapies, just ask youructs that help keep self, why do they only people independent like offer a short warranty? tilt chairs, wheelchairs, “People may save walkers, crutches, and $100-$200 when they daily living aids – gadgbuy a cheapie but can ets that make life easier end up spending much in the kitchen, bathmore than that getting room, bedroom, anythem fixed when they where! breakdown.”
CTM began operaTony provides some tions in 1975 supply-more advice. “Like in any industry there will be fly-by-nighters, or just as bad, businesses that have mobility scooters as an add-on to their regular business.
“Only buy a scooter if you can tick ALL of the questions below:”
• Does the company selling the scooter work from a garage at home or do they have professional showrooms?
• Does the scooter have a three-year warranty?
• Is there a large range of colours and models to choose from to suit your particular needs?
• Does the company selling the scooter carry the spare parts and accessories?
• Does the company service the scooter or will they send you to another crowd who you haven’t met?
• Is mobility equipment the company’s area of expertise or a sideline to take your dollar?
• Will the company spend time with you at your home explaining again the battery charging process and going for a drive in your neighbourhood to show you the safest places to cross the road?
CTM haven’t sold 15,000 scooters in Australasia by cutting corners. A high quality product backed up by a company the size of Walk On Wheels means they are well on their way to the next 15,000.
See the full range at Walk On Wheels, 770 Great South Rd, Penrose, or phone 525-6481 today.
Walk on Wheels: Owner Tony Robinson in the outstanding Penrose showroom.
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