When it comes to getting something repaired, some people prefer to do the job themselves.
With mobility aids its understandable that even if the desire is there for someone to have a go at repairing and maintaining their mobility aids that they may be unable to because of their disability which has lead to them having to use one or more daily aids in the first place.
As a mobility scooter has plenty of parts that may need a look at from time to time and some parts needing to be replaced occasionally, either through wear and tear or through accidental damage, it can encourage some users to do some of the repairs themselves.
It can save money and the inconvenience of your mobility scooter being out of use for longer than you like but also it helps you to become familiar with the workings of the mobility scooter.
Other users prefer not to touch anything when it comes to repairs and maintenance and choose to always have a professional do the work, regardless of cost or them being without their own mobility scooter possibly for a few days.
You can read about the benefits of doing the repairs yourself or taking the work to a professional or combining both at mobility scooter repairs by diy and professionals.
What do you prefer to do when it comes to repairs on your own mobility scooter?
Do you do it yourself and have become quite comfortable with working on yours and enjoy it, or do you prefer not to attempt it and rather take it to your local professional for any repair work needed?
Please share your comments below.