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Motability One Big Day
Motabilitys One Big Day event at the NEC is nearly here and we are getting excited! Our cars are already at the event and we are practising our best smiles ready to meet everyone there. We are very lucky to have been invited onto both the Guidosimplex and Jeff Gosling Hand Control Stalls. Why not pop over and say hello!
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Volkswagen Golf
We are delighted to have been invited by Sandicliffe Nottingham to demonstrate some of our fitted adaptations at their Motability event. This will take place on the 19th of June at the Sandicliffe Kia Nottingham branch,1 Vernon Rd, Nottingham NG6 0AA. Alan will be there with our Golf, fitted out with Swivel seats (a Carony and a Turny manual), two types of boot hoist and a Guidosimplex Over ring accelerator and push away brake. Why not come along to have a chat and find out more!  
We are very pleased to have been invited to join the Driving Assessment Open Day for healthcare professionals and members of the general public, hosted by Derby DrivAbility. This event will be held on the 22nd of May at the new Derby DrivAbility building from 11.00 – 18.00 and showcase adaptations and driving solutions. We will be demonstrating the adaptations in our Ford Grand C-Max and our VW Golf so why not come along and find out more? https://www.accessandmobilityprofessional.com/adaptiv [...]
As of the 2nd of April, leading supplier of vehicle adaptation solutions Autoadapt / Unwin / Martec has changed its name to BraunAbility. We wish them every continuing success under their new umbrella name.
We are very pleased to add a Ford Kuga to our demonstration fleet. Fitted with £15,000 worth of adaptations, this car can demonstrate ease of access to both the passenger and the driver’s side with its Turny Evo seats and has a 80kg boot hoist. The Turny Evo is a seat lift that moves the car seat completely outside the vehicle and lowers it down to your desired level. This makes it easier for you to sit down or transfer from a wheelchair. Once you're seated, push a button and the Turny Evo [...]
Audi R8

We had this beautiful Audi R8 into the workshop last week for some adaptations. We fitted a Push/Pull, Brake/Accelerator with indicator switch to enable the owner to drive it with ease without the use of their legs.

These driving adaptations can be fitted to most cars, even the more sporty ones! Call us to find out more......

 

It was also the perfect yellow to compliment our sill protectors!

TGA Minimo Autofold

The TGA Minimo Autofold

The compact Minimo Autofold from TGA Mobility has just arrived at our workshop, and is ready for demonstrations. The Minimo Autofold has all the benefits of the Minimo Plus 4 but delivers automated powered folding in one simple movement.

By swiping the control fob on the control panel while pressing the foot pedal to start the automated folding, the need for bending down is eliminated. This not only maximises convenience but reduces the risk of back inju [...]

We had another great Mobility show in Derby last week. The chaps had a steady stream of people wanting to know more about our adaptations and our scooters too. They also met lots of returning customers that popped along for a chat! Its really lovely for us to hear how people are getting on with their adaptations and just what a difference its made to their life. We are already looking forward to the next one - watch this space for details!

The Derby Telegraph is once again hosting a free Mobility Car Show. Its being held in the city’s Market Place tomorrow (April 18th) from 10am until 3pm..We at Des Goslings are very pleased to be involved with this fabulous event once again and it looks like the sun will shine on us! We will have three of our demonstration cars with us, showing a wide range of adaptions, so why not pop along and say hello!

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