TGA invites dealers to put its scooters through their paces

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Mobility scooter supplier, TGA, is calling on its current and prospective distributors to try out its range of equipment on its Naidex Mobility Test Track and understand how its products can be a commercial advantage.

The firm hopes that the varied and challenging course will help dealers to understand TGA’s products, which could make it easier to specify and sell the appropriate products to end-users.       

The enhanced Mobility Test Track on stand 9240 will include ramps, road crossings and street furniture – all designed to replicate situations that scooter and powerchair users may face.

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Focusing on assessment-led provision continues to be a priority within the mobility market and so specifying the right product for the end-user is paramount. The track hopes to aid this offering the opportunity for trade buyers to gain clearer knowledge of TGA products and how they can maximise independence.

Daniel Stone, TGA’s managing director, promised that the track is an experience “not to be missed by the trade”.

“Talking about product is always rewarding however physically trialling TGA mobility scooters adds a different dimension. By visiting Naidex, dealers will be able to understand our products more fully so selling and appropriate product recommendation is easier.”

The TGA Trade Team will be available throughout the show to drive alongside dealers experiencing the Mobility Test Track. There will also be a selection of exclusive trade offers and added value incentives available for dealers who complete the course.

The company said a key factor that drives the popularity of its scooters is the ‘TGA driving experience’. On-board a TGA scooter, drivers benefit from outstanding stability, comfort and control, which generate confidence and peace of mind, the supplier says.

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