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Mobility Roadshow launches new website

27th February 2015

This news article is from Handicare UK. Articles that appear on this website are for information purposes only.

The Mobility Roadshow has recently launched a new website for its 2015 event, which is due to take place in June at Donington Park in Derby. Redesigned to make information more accessible, the website has a number of new features including a large image carousel and new promotional video. It can now also be viewed much more easily on mobile devices such as tablets and phones, making it more convenient to use on the go.

The independent living event showcases products and services, such as home stairlifts and comfortable rise and recline chairs, which can help the elderly and disabled live an easier life. As the only event in Europe which solely focuses on the consumer needs of mobility-related lifestyle, it’s a must-attend event for those who feel they may benefit from testing these products. Those interested in visiting the Mobility Roadshow can use the website to find out more about what to expect at this popular event in the mobility calendar.

Providing concise information in an easy-to-navigate format

Visitors to the event will have the opportunity to test drive wheelchair accessible and adapted vehicles around the historic motorsport circuit, which is one of the reasons the show has been so successful in this location. A taster of these events can now be viewed on the new website in a video, which shows the driving experience from the perspective of the test driver.

The newly streamlined website means that information can now be accessed much more easily due to clearly labelled sections, enabling users to find what they are looking for quicker than before. The Mobility Roadshow, which is supported by the Daily Express and Vauxhall, also keeps its social accounts such as Twitter and Facebook up to date, so that news can be passed on to those who are interested.

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