TGA Mobility has named Lifestyle and Mobility as its Dealer of the Quarter Award for the second time.
The dealer, which has retail outlets in Potters Bar, Basildon, Southend-on-Sea and Bournemouth, said it attributes part of its recent success to TGA products.
In recent years it has refocused its business to sell a selected range of scooters.
This strategy has delivered better commercial efficiencies and an improved customer experience, enhancing Lifestyle and Mobility’s reputation and business growth.
During the second quarter of 2018, the business achieved significant success in supplying TGA scooters, particularly the folding Minimo Plus 4 and 8mph Breeze S4.
Darren Macey, business development manager, Lifestyle and Mobility, said: “Following our first win in 2017, we are delighted to have won this second TGA trade award.
“We attribute a large percentage of our success to the quality of TGA products. The Minimo Plus 4 has been a real game changer for us with its extra stability – it’s exactly what customers are looking for in a car boot scooter.
“Your average 60-year-old who lives in and around Southend-on-Sea now wants a scooter with contemporary styling and high specification.
“By stocking several TGA models we give locals the chance to look and feel good, whatever their mobility needs.
“Our business continues to grow through stocking of attractive scooters that are not old fashioned or ‘gloomy’.
“For example, the white TGA Minimo is really eye catching and has a buzzy feel when you drive it. Strong Motability orders have also strengthened our performance, especially by attending their One Big Day events with TGA.”
Lifestyle and Mobility’s team is now 21 strong and continues to expand and it recently took on two apprentices.
Macey added: “There are other mobility stores closing however we believe this is not due to widespread high street challenges, but the wrong strategy and ethos.
“Our business and other dealers who are 100% committed to quality products and service, continue to prove you can thrive on the high street.”