Easycare Mobilty

The Mail on Sunday (London, England), January 30, 2011 | Go to article overview
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Easycare Mobilty


EASYCARE MOBILITY IS a large mobility company based in West Yorkshire. They've been trading for more than seven years now and have grown in stature every year; currently, they have in excess of 10,000 customers on their files.

They're are a family-run company that was established by the father and son duo of James and Andrew Robinson; in early 2010, the Robinsons decided to make Easycare Mobility a limited company.

Easycare has a large showroom in the busy West Yorkshire town of Keighley, which at any one time has more than 200 mobility scooters and power chairs in stock. They also have a number of surveyors and servicepeople operating up and down the country, allowing them to offer a high-class service to the whole of the UK.

Their surveyors are not just salespeople but also specially trained mobility consultants whose main purpose is to assess and advise on the best products for customers' specific needs. This, of course, leads to a better quality of service and well-satisfied customer -- which is why they work closely with the Trading Standards Authority so that they can maintain high standards of service and make sure that a fair trading policy is adhered to.

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