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Welcome to UK Wheelchairs - the home of value and quality

Buying an Electric Wheelchair

When you decide to buy an electric wheelchair at your local shop you should take your time with your decision. There are a wide variety of wheelchairs available and knowing which one has the functions you require may take a little time and thought. Not to mention that there may be upgrades available for the wheelchair that you eventually choose.

There are a great many dealers of electric wheelchairs that offer used wheelchairs. Ask if there have been wheelchairs sold that meet the same requirements that you are asking for. Find out what kind of warranty comes with the wheelchair you are interested in. They should also be able to let you know if there are special permits required for the type of wheelchair you wish to buy.

If you have a specific wheelchair in mind find out if the business specialises in that wheelchair. You should make sure that they give you an estimate as well before you agree to buy. Try to find out if there have been any problems with the warranties before you purchase a wheelchair.

Pay attention to the questions that the salesman asks you. A good wheelchair salesman knows the appropriate questions to ask. If they don't seem particularly interested in your needs then you should consider going with a different business. Move on to the next business and watch for the cues that the salesman is interested in meeting your needs. You will eventually find a company that you are comfortable doing business with.

Make sure you don't make any snap decisions. Investing in a wheelchair is a big step. If everything checks out find out the price and warranty information before you head over to the shop. Make sure they don't try to sell you a used wheelchair.

When you arrive at the shop, make sure you test the wheelchair thoroughly before you buy it. You don't want to get the wheelchair home only to find that it has problems you didn't notice. Even if you have a warranty it is better to know in advance if a wheelchair is defect.

There are a great many providers of wheelchairs available. It is up to you to check them out and find the one that you can feel comfortable doing business with.

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