City Mobility joins Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme to get scooter users mobile again


City Mobility, based in Inverness, has joined the new Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme, and claims to be one of the few members focusing on mobility scooters rather than bicycles.

The scheme is funded by the Scottish Government and offers free service, repair and maintenance work up to the value of £50.

It is available for wheelchairs, mobility scooters and powerchairs of all varieties.

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City Mobility wrote on its website: “It’s a simple process – just contact us to book your visit and mention Scotland’s Cycle Repair Scheme. 

“And because we are mobile in the Highland, Moray, Aberdeen-shire and Aberdeen City Council areas we come to you.”

It also revealed that if a repair requires parts, customers will need to pay for these but may be eligible for VAT exemption.

Over 280 retailers are participating in the scheme, though most focus on traditional bicycles rather than mobility equipment.

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