We Repair Scooters and Power Chairs

Factory Trained

Service Center for Most Companies

We have over 30yrs Trouble-Shooting Experience

A Service Center for Scooters and Power Chairs

We Repair Most Brands

Here are just some of the brands we repair:

Pride, Golden, Invacare, Pace Saver, Rascal, Shoprider, Drive, Dalton, Amigo, ect...

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We can get any parts you need

We use Factory Warrantied Parts

Top Grade Accessories To spice up your Scooter

Offer Special Part Options To Customize Your Scooter

We Sometimes Have Quality Used Scooters Available

Phone # 262.877.3389

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Winterize Your Scooter

Take care of your scooter before this!

Charge the scooter then disconnect the bats from system

Put your Scooter up on blocks to prevent flat spots

Cover with an old cotton Sheet then Plastic Sheet, Protect your baby from dust and dirt

When Spring comes reconnect the Bats, Charge them again, and away You go!

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Power Chair Tips


Charge your Chair with the Joystick in the on position, There is a sensor that will make your Chair behave like the batteries are bad, if you Charge with the joystick on it will reset this sensor!

Purchase some really fuzzy tube socks and put them over your arm rest as a cover, makes your arms more comfortable

Automotive Seat covers can really jazz up your chair, inexpensive at the Autozone.

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New Chair Time?

Before you run out and buy a Cheap Chair from a friend consider This:

If something goes wrong with it you will have to pay for the repair and parts

Most folks get their Chair through Insurance which will pay for most of the repairs if needed

If you need a Chair Call Open-Aire Mobility Call 888-602-7006

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