When it comes down to the mobility aids that you are using it may not always be through choice because some people will need to use a specific type for their disability, fortunately though for others it can be a choice.
Ive seen local examples of two different young men, one an amputee who simply never has used a wheelchair and gets around on his crutches and the local transport and the other guy uses a manual wheelchair and looked like he resisted (for years) the use of a wheelchair until finally about a year ago he started using one.
The quality and choice of mobility aids, from mobility scooters to indoor aids from the smallest everyday objects to help you get dressed to stairlifts and hoists mean that in all areas of daily living there is assistance if you want and need it.
You might choose to use the minimum of mobility aids for certain reasons or you might prefer to make use of and to make the most of all that it suitable for you and available on the current market.
Is a cheaper mobility scooter enough for you or do you find yourself going for the top of the range models when making a new purchase?