About Solutions Mobility

Family-Run Business

As a family-run business, we pride ourselves on being able to offer a truly unique, personal & friendly service to all of our customers. We always do our utmost to help you find a product that's right for you with a zero-hassle approach. We welcome any test drive on any of our items 7 days a week by appointment. Book an appointment

Wide Range in Stock

We have a large number of powerchairs, wheelchairs and scooters in stock at any one time, makes and models such as Pride, Sunrise Medical, Invacare, You-Q, Drive Medical, Van Os. Take a look

Full Parts and Labour Warranty as Standard

All of our products come with a comprehensive warranty for parts, labour and call out charges, so you can be confident in your purchase from us. Take a look

Trusted by Thousands

Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. See the team

Solutions Mobility Customer

One of our customers showing that her disability has not stopped her from enjoying her day clay pigeon shooting.

(seen here in a Days Seren powerchair)

The service from Solutions Mobility has been outstanding, they really went above and beyond to answer all my questions. Such honest people that actually cared and took the time to understand my disabilities.

Jan Windsor-Luck

Our Services

Sales

New and used Powerchairs, powered wheelchairs, manual wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

Parts

Retailers of many parts both new and used, e.g. tyres, batteries, controllers, etc.

Repairs

Our staff work on powerchairs and scooters daily, their knowledge is extensive.

Servicing

Maintaining your product extends its life, servicing available from £70.

Tuning

Tuning your chair to respond in accordance with your needs.

Warranties

We offer a variety of warranty and insurance services suited to your needs.

I thoroughly recommend them...

I felt confident buying online from Solutions Mobility and everything went really well. The wheelchair charger was dispatched separately but it arrived exactly when they said it would and the follow up afterwards was great. I thoroughly recommend them.

Jan Windsor-Luck

Types of Chairs We Stock

This section varies from light, foldable electric wheelchair/powerchairs through to heavy duty road legal machines capable of up to 8mph. They come in front wheel, mid-wheel and rear wheel drives versions. Powerchairs can also have an array of options such as electric risers, tilt in space, back rest reclines, electric leg rest adjusters and lighting packages.


  • Powered Wheelchairs

    Powered wheelchairs come in many different varieties, indoor, transportable or road legal. Finding the right drive can influence the type of chair suitable for you, below is a list of the drive options:

    REAR WHEEL DRIVE (RWD) enhanced stability and maneuverability during outdoor travel, when driving over uneven terrain or climbing obstacles. Intuitive to drive, these powerchairs often offer powerful suspension systems, high drive speeds and numerous drive control options.

    FRONT WHEEL DRIVE (FWD) provide a little extra muscle when climbing kerbs or tackling off-road terrain. With a leaner turning circle than a rear-wheel-drive electric wheelchair, you can achieve tighter cornering for greater maneuverability indoors. As there are also no front castors, your feet are kept closer your body, so you can get closer to desks and other objects easier than with other powerchair drive bases.

    MID WHEEL DRIVE (MWD) are extremely responsive and have the smallest possible turning radius for the best indoor accessibility. Often with sophisticated suspension systems, a wide range of seating systems, take your independence (both indoors and out) to the next level.

  • Powerchairs with Power Options

    Deciding whether you require a chair with power options can be daunting, below is information on the different types available

    POWER OPTIONS


    Power Lift
    Up to 30 cm (12 inch) elevation, the power lift function can open up new worlds and possibilities for wheelchair users. The benefits of this added option are many here are just a few Independence: The lift allows you to live more independently making accessibility to the things you need and the things you love to do. Reaching light switches, cupboards and counters much easier. Social interaction: The lift makes social interaction much easier and more enjoyable. Chatting at a more even level with give your days or nights more enriching and positive experience.

    Power Tilt
    This is a great feature as it allows you to stay comfortable in your seating for a longer period of time, while reducing the likelihood of pressure sores and other side-effects that may occur by being seated for too long.
    Power tilt is also extremely useful for when descending steep slopes, as it puts more weight on the drive wheels, increasing stability. It also gives confidence to the driver when descending steep slopes as it also reduces the lurching feeling and reduces the risk of overbalancing. The reverse of this means that wheelchair drivers must be sure not to ascend inclines when the power chair is tilted.

    Power Recline
    Power recline allows for postural adjustments and weight shift. For many of our customers, reclining their power chair greatly benefits the comfort and independence, enabling people to stay seated for longer while also reducing the risk of aches, pains and pressure sores.

    Powered Leg Rests
    There are two types of powered leg rests; centre mounted footplate or swing-away leg rests, both provide pressure relief and circulation issues. Combined with a back rest recline can provide a near horizontal position.
    Our chairs come with a variety of options in different combinations, if you require a specific combination then we could assist you in your request.

  • Mobility Scooters

    Choosing your mobility scooter

    One of the first questions you should think about, is "what do I need my mobility scooter for?" Will you be using it occasionally simply for shopping trips, or day-to-day for longer journeys?

    Mobility scooters are available in three and four wheel models. The three wheel models have the advantage of a tighter turning circle and often more leg room.

     

    Different scooters suit different user weights and can carry up to 40 stone.

    Scooter manufacturers calculate the range under ideal conditions, i.e. user weight, flat terrain, with no use of accessories such as lights etc. However, compartment space permitting, batteries can always be upgraded to give a better range if need be; allowing you to tailor a scooter with the right range to suit you.

    You should also consider what type of terrain you plan to use your mobility scooter on. Does your mobility scooter need to be able to cope with higher ground, or high kerbing?

     

    If you require a mobility scooter which can handle rougher terrain, you should consider the larger types of machine with larger wheels. A more sturdy scooter is likely to stand you in better stead for off-road journeys or uneven country paths.

     

    Alternatively if you feel this is not a consideration, then the medium and even small mobility scooter may be a better option.

    MOBILITY SCOOTER CLASSIFICATIONS

    Travel scooters
    Lightweight, foldable

    • Usually small and compact, folding away easily for storage or transportation. 
    • Ideal for indoor or light outdoor use. 
    • Some examples include: Pride Go Go Traveller and Sterling Little Star.

    Class 2

    • Medium-to-long range travel in greater comfort. 
    • Legally, these scooters can travel up to 4mph on pavements and footpaths, and are not allowed on the road, other than to cross from one side to the other if it is safe to do so.
    • Some examples include: Sterling S400 and Pride Colt.

    Class 3

    • Suitable for longer distances and rougher terrain. 
    • Class 3 vehicles tend to be larger in both stature, battery capacity and tyre size and can be used on the roads, where they can travel up to 8mph. 
    • Include lights, indicators, a horn, a rear view mirror and rear reflectors. 
    • The law requires Class 3 vehicles to be fitted with all of these features and registered with DVLA (road tax required) in order to use on the road.
    • Some examples include: Sterling S700, Van Os Galaxy, Pride Colt Pursuit.
  • Manual Wheelchairs

    Lightweight

    Rigid wheelchairs are ideal for active users who know what they want in a wheelchair. With fewer movable parts, most of the energy from the push on the wheels is translated into forward motion. Highly responsive, rigid wheelchairs are ultra lightweight and offer precise control, superb balance, and exceptional performance.
    Eg Quickie Helium Pro, Argon2

    Folding wheelchairs are a great option if you have changing needs or if you are looking for a portable option. Their folding frames collapse for easy portability and are highly adjustable and ultra lightweight.
    Eg Quickie Neon2, Xenon2 FF

    Tilt-in-Space wheelchairs are designed for a variety of positioning needs. The tilted position helps to facilitate feeding and respiratory function, reduce pressure beneath the pelvis and improve visual alignment by holding the head upright.
    Eg Quickie Iris

    SPORTS WHEELCHAIRS

    Often used in sports like basketball and tennis, they feature the very best materials to ensure you’re at the top of your game.

Meet Our Team

We have an amazing team of friendly, helpful and experienced people on hand to assist you.

Stuart Stuart Director
Stuart Director Since lovingly refurbishing his very first power chair eleven years ago, company director Stuart has built up an unrivalled knowledge of the mobility industry and a loyal returning customer base. Dedicated and distinctive, sizeable Stu is referred to mostly as ‘the big guy’ and is a huge hit with visitors thanks to his magnetic character and passion for finding the perfect chair. Away from work, family man Stu enjoys going to the gym, meals out with friends and spending quality time with Sue and their sons … usually on the touchline of a football pitch! Full Profile
Susan Susan Director
Susan Director A warm, vibrant personality, extensive product knowledge and over 25 years’ customer service experience make company director Susan an invaluable asset to Solutions Mobility. Answering the phones until 9pm, 364 days a year, the busy mum-of-three runs on Duracell, enthusing boundless energy and devotion to both family and firm. With a brood of budding Beckhams, Sue spends much of her free time pitchside with Stuart proudly cheering on their boys, entertaining friends or working her DIY magic on the family home. Full Profile
Karla Karla Admin Manager
Karla Admin Manager Mum-of-two Karla joined the busy office team part-time back in February 2016. A former journalist, writer and wedding stationer, Karla has a friendly, bubbly nature and over 20 years’ experience in media, public relations and customer care. Happiest under canvas, she loves traditional camping holidays – anywhere, any weather – and surfing in the sunshine in North Devon and Cornwall. Full Profile
Adam Adam Senior Engineer
Adam Senior Engineer Engineer Adam has been with the company for just under six years, following completion of his apprenticeship with Babcock Ltd. An IMI (Institute of Motor Industry) qualified vehicle technician, he is also our appointed qualified Pride engineer and all-round technical mastermind! Likeable, knowledgeable and conscientious, in his free time (which isn’t much) Adam enjoys fixing things and bike rides in the countryside. Full Profile
Jack Jack Trainee Engineer
Jack Trainee Engineer Newest to the team is Jack, a qualified railway engineer and former care home team leader. Mechanically minded with a compassionate, caring disposition, Jack is competent in assisting vulnerable people on a daily basis thanks to his training and experience in the industry. When he’s not in the workshop, you’ll find fun-loving Jack listening to music or soaking up the atmosphere at festivals around the country. Full Profile

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Our Happy Clients

The satisfaction of our customers is incredibly important to Solutions Mobility. We have an excellent reputation throughout the Midlands area for our dedicated customer service and top quality products. and are a top-rated and trusted seller on eBay, with 100% satisfied feedback from over 2100 transactions. We have a very high rate of repeat customer and referrals. Here are just a few of our customer comments

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Ms W, Wiltshire - Feb 2017 Excellent purchase, very efficient and helpful, highly recommend.
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Mr S, Kent - March 2017 Great service great wheelchair terrific price would recommend top ebayer.
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Mr K, Bristol - Jan 2017 A delight to do business with more than happy hope to be back in the future.
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Ms B - Feb 2017 Can't praise these lovely people highly enough.
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Ms G - Dec 2016 Five star, I must thank Stuart and Sue for their fantastic, honest and genuine customer service.
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Mr H - August 2016 Fantastic service! Recently purchased a Quickie Tango that we spotted on their ebay page. After a few messages and a quick call, the order was placed. Delivery was fast by their own Engineer who wouldn't leave until he was 100% satisfied that I was happy. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase from them again, and would rank them amongst the best companies I've ever dealt with. Highly recommended.