All across central South Carolina, Janice Gordon, David Dorn, and the 101 Mobilityy Columbia team are known for providing dependable, honest mobility advice and solutions. We believe active residents make our communities successful, so we believe being active in the community makes our business successful, too. 101 Mobility Columbia loves supporting worthy causes, attending local events, and meeting the households of our area. After all, we’ll take any chance to learn more about the people we serve and, more importantly, how we can serve them better. Take a moment to see what we’ve been up to.
These folks were great. I got injured right before a big trip and someone suggested I go through a local company instead of renting the mobility scooter on site. When I called, the woman explained my options and offered delivery/pickup for $50. When you are short on time $50 is a deal BUT I had time right before my trip. The morning of my trip everything that could go wrong went wrong and they called me to make sure everything was still “ok.” When I got there, I don’t know why but it all the stress and anxiety hit me at once and I wasn’t sure if I even wanted the scooter. I’m 32 not 102. They were very patient with me and kept me on track and even showed me the knee scooter as another option but I knew that the motorized scooter was the right choice. They took the time to show me all the controls and even how to break it down/set it back up making sure to show me all the tricks to make it easier. At one point I got overwhelmed and almost backed out but the owner looked at me in the eye and calmly said “Hey, you can do this.” I calmed down, loaded the scooter with their help and had a great time on my trip. I couldn’t have covered the distance required with my cane. Just keeping off my leg for the weekend was helpful in my recovery. I would use their services again but hopefully, I won’t have to.
Side note: the convention wanted $240 for the three day holiday weekend, and 101 Mobility was $75 for the week for the smaller scooter. If you are going on a cruise or to Disney know that those locations charge much more than these folks.
On behalf of the senior capstone design project team and the Clemson University Mechanical Engineering department, we would like to thank you for your generous donation of an electric scooter.
This donation has helped us progress with our project through testing and the design of our prototype. Since we are under a limited budget, your electric scooter donation was greatly appreciated by our team. We have used many different components to further our understanding of the drive system and electrical features.
Thank you again for all your help! You have changed the Mayottes’ lives. Richard’s quality of life is so much better. He has a social life he didn’t have before and hangs out in the store all day. Just finished talking with his dad.
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