The temperatures are getting ready to drop and the gorgeous fall colors are nearly upon us. Grab your family and friends and make a plan to see some of the sights! Fall Festivals are a great way to escape from the hustle and bustle of our daily lives and reconnect with the things that make Indiana such a great place to live. Hand made crafts, fresh apple cider and watching the young ones fuss around in the pumpkin patch are just a few things that make this time of year a magical time.

If Access Mobility could help you get back out to the Covered Bridge Festival - or the pumpkin patch - or the apple orchard, give us a call. Short term rentals are always available . First come - first serve, though! Don't wait too long!

~Team Access Mobility

Here are just a few examples of some of the great activities around Indiana that should be on your radar to get out and enjoy the coming changing of the seasons!

There is no shortage of activities to do around town. For a full list of festivals, check out the Indiana Festivals website below. As always, if you would like to reserve a rental scooter to attend an event, be sure to give us a call!

In order to provide the best online experience for our customers, we have launched a new version of our website that is fully compatible with mobile devices.

Before, our mobile experience was very limited, and the content was greatly reduced. With this new version, mobile users will have access to the entire website.
New website features:
  • Fully mobile responsive pages
  • Photo Galleries of our showroom and installations
  • Newsletter page with archives
  • Rental, repair, and sales request pages
  • Gigantic product database
  • Product search capabilities

If it has been some time since you've visited our page, we invite you to take a look! You may find something out about Access Mobility that you didn't know!
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As the weather gets chilly, it's understandable that trips with your scooter or power wheelchair may become less frequent. One of the biggest surges of activity our service department sees is in the spring, after mobility equipment has sat for several weeks without being charged or operated. The batteries have been let go and will not take or hold a charge.

Now is the time to be sure you've got a plan to protect your batteries.

Leaving your charger plugged into an outlet will not keep your batteries charged, as modern chargers are a single-cycle charger.

Meaning, once a charger has completed a charging cycle, the charger will not re-engage the batteries again until it is powered off and back on again.

We highly recommend plugging your charger into a timer when your device is not being used on a regular basis. This ensures your charger is automatically being turned on / off, giving your batteries the attention they require to be at their best. Just a few hours at night will do the trick.

With today's modern electronics, there is no way to over-charge your batteries.
However, you certainly can under-charge your batteries.

If your scooter or power chair will not be used for several weeks/days, using a timer will give your batteries the attention they need to be ready to go when they're needed!
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