Stay Safe on your Mobility Scooter

We can help you to stay safe on your scooter
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Question: On which occasions should pedestrians be given priority?

Answer: Pedestrians have priority over any other pavement or road user at all times!

When driving your scooter, you must always give way to pedestrians.

Just two hours of your time

could make you safer on your scooter

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Mobility scooter and powered wheelchair drivers in and around Horsham are invited to a
FREE Skills & Safety Session

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Phone to register your interest: 01403 269 384

(if we are out, please leave your number on the answering machine)

or email: horshamscootersafety@gmail.com

Stay Safe on your Mobility Scooter is a concept of
Horsham District Older Peoples Forum and
Horsham Town Community Partnership
in association with
Age UK Horsham District, Horsham District Council and Clearwell Mobility