The use of a mobility scooter does not have to be limited to good wheater. A mobility scooter is also a great means of transport in autumn and winter. You will discover the most beautiful places by riding on bicycle paths, sidewalks, and pedestrian areas in nature and the city! Don’t let the cold, wet, and shorter days stop you. Do you also drive your scooter in the fall and winter? Then Scoozy is perfect for you! Scoozy is an all-weather product for the all-weather customer. In this blog, we explain how Scoozy ensures that you drive safely and comfortably in the dark and on wet roads. In addition, we have 3 tips for you to stay nice and warm on the scooter.
We regularly get the question: “What exactly is Scoozy?” Is it a powered wheelchair, mobility scooter or a micro-mobility solution? To provide more clarity about this, we will tell you more about our background, the features, and the pricing.
Anyone who drives an electric vehicle will recognize it. Range anxiety, the fear of being stranded on the road with an empty battery with your scooter. In this blog we explain more about how the range of a scooter is calculated and determined, what effect external factors have on the range and how far you can really drive with Scoozy.
Whether it concerns a bicycle, a car or a scooter; you have to be able to fully trust that your means of transport is safe. This is not always the case when it comes to mobility scooters. In this blog, we will therefore discuss the four most common scooter accidents and how we have used this knowledge to make Scoozy safer.
Suddenly it was there: the virus. What at first seemed far away, hits Mariëlle totally unexpected seventeen weeks ago. The 46-year-old top fit food coach could not have suspected that she would be sentenced to the four walls of her house by the corona virus for weeks. “While everyone was still allowed to shake hands, I suddenly became ill. But I was in top shape, so the doctor said that I would recover quickly.” That did happened after three weeks, but the recovery didn’t last long. While many were talking about the flu or mild symptoms, the virus hit back twice as hard shortly afterwards.
It is something that many users have in common. They are all enthusiastic about Scoozy’s design and actively contribute ideas about further improvements. Being so involved in a new product is a lot of fun not only for the user, but also for the developers of Scoozy. Bert is one of those people who likes to think along. With his background in inland shipping, he has a technical background as a basis that comes in handy.
Help others with Scoozy. That is what Karin from Molenhoek does every day. This mother of four has an exciting job as a system therapist in guiding families. Together with a small team, she looks at all factors in and around the family to assess where problems are coming from and to provide the right help. Even now that she has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis for a few years, she still assists families every day. Of course her life has changed drastically, but Scoozy ensures that she can continue to work on helping others.
Roaring nostrils. Cracking hooves on the competition floor. The tension for delivering the performance. And then … the redeeming word. You are again the winner of a big prize together with your loyal buddy and a top team of other riders. That is the life of Rixt van der Horst, paralympic dressage champion, multiple World champion and European champion. With her horse Findsley N.O.P., she is a top combination, as evidenced by the many medals in her prize cabinet. Three medals were added last month when she won twice silver and once gold at the European Championships in Rotterdam. The girl who had to fight for her life from birth is now a young woman preparing for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Winning gold there is her ultimate goal. Scoozy helps her to move around the terrain easily during competition days and training sessions. How did Rixt reach top sport despite challenges that seemed insurmountable?
“This show is not accessible for wheelchairs.” Recognizable? That you had to miss something nice, because the place you wanted to go was not suitable for wheelchairs? For many people that is unfortunately a reality, but Caroline gambled it. With the tickets already in her pocket, she decided to visit her beloved Oerol festival with Scoozy after undergoing a heavy knee treatment. She wouldn’t have missed it for the world.
On a drizzly summer day, we speak to Joop at the kitchen table of his bungalow in Zwijndrecht. He has been living here with his wife for 1.5 years, after living in their split level home was no longer possible. The drizzly weather outside is no precursor to the mood inside. Joop is a lively and entrepreneurial type. Thanks to Scoozy, he can still do many things that he did before the major event in his life. “You can lie down in bed, but at some point, you want to do something and I did. I had the courage to make something beautiful out of it.” Joop proves: Scoozy is not for people who want to sit still, but for people who love life.