“The exciting range of new products being launched at the 2015 Mobility Roadshow illustrates very clearly why this event is invaluable for anyone interested in the latest options and solutions for independent mobility”

A number of new products will be launched at the Mobility Roadshow this year (25-27th June, Donington Park, Derbyshire, open from 10am daily).

4_Mobility_Roadshow_Trekinetic (1)Leading motor manufacturers including Ford, Hyundai and Vauxhall will be demonstrating and providing test-drives in their latest accessible and adapted cars. An extensive range of independent living innovations from leading mobility product specialists will complement these impressive vehicle showcases. The variety of new wheelchairs, mobility scooters, hoists, vehicle lifts, steering controls etc. on display at Donington will ensure the 2015 Mobility Roadshow is the ‘must attend’ consumer event for anyone interested in mobility solutions. Highly regarded brands such as Autoadapt, TGA and Trekinetic will be debuting new and award-winning products for visitors to test and compare within the exhibition hall and test-drive zone.

A selection of new product highlights include:

Autoadapt from Sweden, a major sponsor of this year’s event, will be represented by its UK team at Elap. Autoadapt, a leading global provider of safe vehicle adaptations, is launching its latest swivel seat – The Turny Low Vehicle – and showcasing the new Turny EVO Generation 2.

Bever Car Products with over 15 years of experience with electronic braking, is introducing its new SmartBrake and SmartGas products into the UK at this year’s show.

Brook Miller Mobility is introducing the all new ScootChair and ScootChair+ which fold to a compact size and fit into any car boot.

Dahl Engineering is launching its new and improved wheelchair tie-down docking station with automatic lap belt and diagonal occupant restraint.

The Ford Motability Team is looking forward to showcasing the New Focus (estate), as well as the Kuga, EcoSport, and Grand Tourneo Connect. They will be providing information about the entire Ford range, for Motability customers or private buyers, as well as test drives with a fully qualified instructor.

Lewis Reed (WAV) Ltd, who traditionally launch a new product at each Mobility Roadshow, will be introducing its new Mercedes-Benz V-Class specialist conversion.

Loopwheels, which are brand new to the market and have won an Able magazine 5-star rating, will also be on display. These shock-absorbing wheels with integral suspension provide better performance over uneven surfaces.

Quingo will be demonstrating its new ‘Flyte’ mobility scooter for the first time at a Mobility Roadshow. A recent winner of an international design award, this portable 5-wheel model eliminates manual lifting into a car boot.

TGA, a popular mobility scooter supplier and sponsor of the scooter test-drive arena, will be debuting its recently launched and award-winning folding Maximo. The 4-wheel Maximo provides a larger version of the best-selling folding Minimo and delivers an enhanced driving experience. TGA will also be providing ‘safe scoot’ driver awareness throughout the show.

Trekinetic will be showcasing its new and future-proof ‘Hyperforma’ paediatric seat system that enables a growing child to continually fit into a standard adult seat. Trekinetic’s remote action telescopic locking footrest, that eliminates the need to bend forwards, will also be on display for the first time.

Vapor Ricon Ltd will be attending with a fully working demonstration bus complete with vehicle lift and compatible restraint system. The K series domestic wheelchair lift will be available for visitors to try whilst its new wheelchair hoist will be available to see.

Ann Frye, Chair of the charity Mobility Choice (who organise the event), concludes: “The exciting range of new products being launched at the 2015 Mobility Roadshow illustrates very clearly why this event is invaluable for anyone interested in the latest options and solutions for independent mobility.”

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