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Being prepared when pushing the limits

Watch our video for some top tips on what to pack in your emergency toolkit, and how to do minor fixes on your powerchair when you’re pushing the limits.

When you’re heading off road, it’s best to be prepared in case of emergency. Carrying a small emergency toolkit can be the key to getting home safely, should anything happen.

Rowen recommends you pack a hex Allen Key,  an adjustable wrench and a compact bicycle pump.

Always ensure your phone is fully charged when you set out, and take plenty of water with you.

Take a look at Magic Mobility’s range of off-road powerchairs available in 4×4, mid, rear and front wheel drives.

Are you interested in trialling a Magic Mobility powerchair? Contact us to find a dealer in your local area.

*Remember that all Magic Mobility power wheelchairs have electric motors, and must never be driven through water, into rivers, creeks or the sea.

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