Excellent quality for Brushless Motor Lithium Battery Folding Electric Scooter (MES-300-3) Export to Durban
Excellent quality for Brushless Motor Lithium Battery Folding Electric Scooter (MES-300-3) Export to Durban Detail:
|Motor||250w brush motor|
|Battery||10ah 24v lead acid battery|
|charge time||5-8 hours|
|Charge voltage||100-240volts 50hz&60hz|
|With front lights||LED light|
|Performance & Main components|
|Range||30kms about for adults and teenagers|
|Frame||alloy turning bar,high -tensile steel body|
|Tyre size||8″ tyre with alloy rim,front pneumatic, rear solid tyre|
|Brake :rear||drum brake|
|User age||>14 years|
|Unit packaging||Each in a carton Box|
|Qty / Export carton||1 pc /ctn|
|Export carton dimension||140X77X73CM86x28x41cm|
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After being diagnosed with cancer, granting a mobility scooter to Sam gave him the freedom every teenager needs and allowed him to spend more time with friends and family.
Sam Allen, from Hemyock, Devon, passed away peacefully on June 11th following a courageous battle with cancer. He was 18.
The popular teenager was first diagnosed with bone cancer when he was 14 and had to have his left leg amputated above the knee after chemotherapy treatment failed.
He remained cancer free until March 2012 when a routine scan found a tumour on his lung which was removed through chemotherapy. However, the cancer was to return again when in January a second tumour was discovered on his lung with doctors confirming its size meant nothing more could be done.
It was at this point mum Nicky Allen got in touch with Newlife and we stepped in to give Sam a specialist mobility scooter to increase his independence and allow him to spend more quality time with his friends and family.
Nicky said: “Sam was the type of person who just loved being around people.
“He was so friendly and sociable and was at his happiest when he was surrounded by friends and family.
“The scooter Newlife gave us was absolutely amazing. We applied and it was with us within a few days. Sam was using it within an hour of its arrival and the grin on his face was worth millions to us.
“The independence it gave him was immense. All the things other people take for granted were suddenly given back to him.”
Thanks to his mobility scooter, Sam was able to spend much more time with his loving family and friends. He enjoyed days out with Nicky and his dad Nick, brother Josh and sisters Lauryn and Kasey. He also went on lots of shopping trips with his friends.
Determined that other disabled and terminally ill children in Devon can have the essential equipment they need, Nicky and Newlife are to launch ‘Sam’s Legacy’.
Sam’s Legacy is a campaign to raise £40,000 every year to ensure no disabled child in Devon has to go without the vital equipment they need. Equipment such as wheelchairs, buggies and beds really can change the lives for disabled children and their families, just like Sam, but too often they forced to wait (or go without) as a result of cutbacks to statutory services.
We guarantee that every single penny raised for ‘Sam’s Legacy’ will go towards providing vital equipment for children in Devon. With your help, no disabled or terminally ill child will have to go with out essential equipment that they need.
How to support Sam’s Legacy There are many ways how you can support Sam’s Legacy and change the lives for disabled children in Devon.
If you are interested in supporting Sam’s Legacy, or know somebody who can, please contact us either by email at email@example.com or on our freephone number 0800 988 4640.
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