Lithium Battery vs. 9 Volt

When it comes to backup power, not all batteries are created equally. There is a clear difference in longevity, usage, and quality for batteries. When it comes to using a battery as a backup form of power for your power lift recliner, it’s important to take into consideration how many times you might need toContinue reading “Lithium Battery vs. 9 Volt”

All About Mobility Scooter Repair Service

If you are experiencing difficulties with your scooter, it may be time to take it to a mobility scooter repair service provider. Authorized Pride® dealers employ technicians that are knowledgeable in how our products work. How to Get Your Mobility Scooter Repaired Getting technical assistance for your mobility scooter requires getting in touch with anContinue reading “All About Mobility Scooter Repair Service”

Accessible Date Night Ideas

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and that means it’s time to start planning your accessible date night. A few things to keep in mind while you are making plans: take into consideration what you enjoy doing and what your date enjoys doing. Proper planning and punctuality are key for a successful date. HereContinue reading “Accessible Date Night Ideas”

Where Can I Donate My Wheelchair?

There are many reasons why people get rid of their power wheelchairs and scooters. In some cases, it’s because they got a new wheelchair or mobility scooter and no longer need the old one. In other cases, it’s because the person using the motorized wheelchair or electric scooter passed away. If you or a lovedContinue reading “Where Can I Donate My Wheelchair?”

What is a Pandemic?

Every year, there are people around the world who designate a word for that year. Sometimes they choose the word based on something they want to improve or a habit they want to cultivate, such as “focus.” Others choose their word based on something they are hoping to find or gain, such as “fortune.” AlthoughContinue reading “What is a Pandemic?”

Exercising with Limited Mobility This Winter

The holidays are a special time filled with fun, laughter, togetherness and of course… lots of food. It’s no surprise that one of the top New Year’s resolutions that people make is wanting to lose weight. Inconveniently though, New Year’s Day is in January. People give up their resolutions for several reasons. Sometimes things comeContinue reading “Exercising with Limited Mobility This Winter”

A Year in Review of Pride Mobility: 2020

The year of 2020 started out promising. Like most people at the beginning of every year, we had exciting plans. As the year started, we worked toward making each of these hopes and ideas reality. The year 2020 was turned on its head, however, in March, once the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States. EvenContinue reading “A Year in Review of Pride Mobility: 2020”

A Reflection of 2020

Things I’ve Learned in 2020 The phrase “unprecedented times” comes to mind and is used exhaustively when attempting to describe the last 10 months of 2020, and for good reason! The world has suffered life-changing health, historical, racial, political and social pain. As it relates to the coronavirus, most agree that the world has neverContinue reading “A Reflection of 2020”

Mobility Scooter Winter Storage Tips

Fear of traveling with your mobility device is real and valid. Sometimes they aren’t handled with care and get broken during a flight. Sometimes accidents happen, leaving wheelchair and mobility scooter users stranded without a way to get around. For this reason and others, snowbirds who use a mobility scooter don’t always want to bringContinue reading “Mobility Scooter Winter Storage Tips”

An Attitude of Gratitutde

The month of November represents a pleasant change in weather, vibrant blossoms and brightly colored leaves, especially where we live in the southeastern part of the country. In addition, we look forward to partaking in the activities like outdoor festivals, apple picking, hayrides, corn fields and pumpkin patches. Meanwhile, many are already dreading the taskContinue reading “An Attitude of Gratitutde”