buying a mobility cooter

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Buying a scooter from your local mobility dealer is a must,,,i,v been in the industry now for eleven years and seen so many people come in the shop and say how much is that one only too see them go past the shop in a few months time with a scooter they bought from E bay.ok i thought youve saved 400 pounds not realising i have over heads ,but never mind i think you will need a searvice or repair one day so i smile and low and behold they come in because E bay dont do repairs,,,hello mrs smith no i cant let you bring it to the shop i will collect it ,the call out is £35 pounds plus parts, plus £25.00 an hour labour,,,,oh and your service £70.00,,now if mrs smith hadnt tried to be clever and think she can use me when she breaks down,,,she would have got a scooter to lend while hers was in the shop ,no call out ,,no hourly labour charge and delivered back locally like most of my loyal customers.so i picked the scooter up only to find the control unit bust £250 for sov 4 model,, will you part exchange it yes i said then sold her one for £800 plus hers,,,i had a second hand controller in the back room and sold hers for £3oo with six months warranty,,,so as you see it doesnt pay to shop on e bay  or further afield,,,,USE YOUR LOCAL MOBILITY DEALER.
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