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Visitors to Naidex with reduced mobility, alongside their healthcare professionals, will have the chance to test a broad range of mobility scooters and wheelchairs on TGA’s popular Mobility Test Track while learning about the company’s latest pioneering powerchair launch and charity partnerships.

TGA provides a wide range of mobility scooters and wheelchairs to meet a broad range of needs and to enable individuals to regain independence and navigate their environments confidently.

At this year’s Naidex on 6 and 7 July at the NEC in Birmingham – an event dedicated to the disability sector showcasing a wide range of assistive technology innovations – visitors will be able to discover the right scooter for their lifestyles, as they get hand’s on around the TGA Test Track.

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Helped by knowledgeable TGA advisors on exhibition stand F70, attendees will experience what it is like to drive with confidence over and around everyday obstacles.

TGA will have its whole range available to test at Naidex, including compact scooters that fit into car boots, larger offroad products, folding mobility equipment, feature-rich options, and new innovative launches like the folding WHILL F powerchair.

WHILL F is lightweight and manoeuvrable. It provides the same performance and smart technology that WHILL is known for, according to TGA, but with a foldable design. It can easily be transported on buses, trains, planes, and in the boots of cars.

Comfortable controls provide effortless steering, the firm underlines, and the removeable battery weighs 6lbs. The powerchair also has connectivity so can be remotely controlled via a smartphone app. Available with five armrest colours, it can be personalised to individual tastes while offering a discreet and contemporary mobility solution.

In addition to its product line up, TGA will be showcasing its latest news regarding partnerships and charity initiatives. As the official scooter partner for Parkinson’s UK, TGA will be explaining how people with this condition receive a discount and why each sale generates a donation back to the charity.

TGA’s work with several National Parks will be highlighted along with its new relationships with Northern Rail and Transport for London – all focused on building accessibility awareness and confidence nationwide, so everyone can enjoy a great day out.

The mobility specialist recently helped a disabled poet from Sussex find inspiration in the countryside thanks to two all-terrain mobility scooters from TGA.

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