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12 Months RTB Warranty

All of our new products come with a 12 month (RTB) return to base manufacturers warranty as standard.

 

If you encounter an issue with your product you are advised to call us first on 01245 905144 where we will be able to advise on the best course of action. This may also help speed up the process as it may be that we can repair the item at your address or order replacement parts whilst we are awaiting your item at our workshop.

 

The 12 Month RTB Warranty will not cover the products if they have been misused, damaged or vandalised, or any attempt to make a repair has been carried out by a third-party or none authorised company.  In the event of the product purchased from "Discount Mobility" being sold on, the 12-month warranty is not transferable.

 

Should you encounter a failure in your products we are able to offer a repair or replacement through this manufacturer RTB warranty. In the case of such a failure, it is the customer's responsibility to return the item to our workshop at which point the warranty repairs and cost of returning the item to you will be completed free of charge.

Any Call-Outs during the 12 months RTB Warranty will encounter an £80 Call out fee.

If you have difficulties in returning the item at your own cost to us we are able to offer a collection and return service at a cost of £80.00

 

 

Gold 12 Months Peace Of Mind Warranty Option.

Alternatively, we offer the option to take out our 'Gold 12 months Peace of Mind Warranty' during your online purchase against Mobility Scooters, Electric & Powered Wheelchairs and Furniture items.
This will then cover you for any extra expense for the first 12 months of ownership against mechanical and electrical breakdown, together with parts, labour and any call out charges.
The Cost for the Gold 12 Months Peace OF Mind Warranty is £79.00 during checkout.

The Gold 12 Months Peace Of Mind Warranty will not cover the products if they have been misused, damaged or vandalised or any attempt to make a repair has been carried out by a third-party or none authorised company.

 

How To Make  A Warranty Claim.

If you encounter an issue with your product you are advised to call us first on 01245 905144 where we will be able to advise on the best course of action. This may also help speed up the process as it maybe we can repair the item at your address or order replacement parts whilst we are awaiting your item at our workshop.

In the event of the product purchased from "Discount Mobility" being sold on, the 12-month warranty is not transferable.

 

 

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Loan Of Products.

No replacement loan products can be provided during the warranty repair period.

 

Repair Service.

If you have a problem with your Mobility Scooters, Electric & Powered Wheelchairs and Furniture items that are not covered under our 12-month Return to Base & Gold Warranty, we are able to undertake repairs for you at your cost. Again it is your responsibility to return the item to us or an engineer can collect the item at a charge of £80.00.

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Rheumatoid arthritis, or RA, is a form of inflammatory arthritis and an autoimmune disease. For reasons no one fully understands, in rheumatoid arthritis, the immune system – which is designed to protect our health by attacking foreign cells such as viruses and bacteria – instead attacks the body’s own tissues, specifically the synovium, a thin membrane that lines the joints. As a result of the attack, fluid builds up in the joints, causing pain in the joints and inflammation that’s systemic – meaning it can occur throughout the body.

 

 

There are two types of OA – primary and secondary. Primary osteoarthritis is generally associated with aging and the "wear and tear" of life. The older you are, the more likely you are to have some degree of primary osteoarthritis. However, not everyone gets it – not even the very old. That’s because OA is a disease, and not part of the normal aging process. Secondary osteoarthritis, in contrast, tends to develop relatively early in life, typically 10 or more years after a specific cause, such as an injury or obesity. 
Osteoarthritis occurs most often in knees, hips and hands.  Other joints, particularly the shoulders, can also be affected. OA rarely affects other joints, except as a result of injury or unusual physical stress.
The pain and stiffness of osteoarthritis can make it difficult to do daily activities including your job, play sports or even get around with ease. That’s why it’s important to learn all you can about this disease, how it affects you and how to live with it – a process called self management.

 

Osteoarthritis.There are two types of OA – primary and secondary. Primary osteoarthritis is generally associated with aging and the "wear and tear" of life. The older you are, the more likely you are to have some degree of primary osteoarthritis. However, not everyone gets it – not even the very old. That’s because OA is a disease, and not part of the normal aging process. Secondary osteoarthritis, in contrast, tends to develop relatively early in life, typically 10 or more years after a specific cause, such as an injury or obesity. 


Osteoarthritis occurs most often in knees, hips and hands.  Other joints, particularly the shoulders, can also be affected. OA rarely affects other joints, except as a result of injury or unusual physical stress.


The pain and stiffness of osteoarthritis can make it difficult to do daily activities including your job, play sports or even get around with ease. That’s why it’s important to learn all you can about this disease, how it affects you and how to live with it – a process called self management.

 

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