Mo­bil­ity mile­stone reached

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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.

Free­dom: Talk to Walk on Wheels about a new lease on life!

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