Last week my family and I took a trip to our county’s fair ground to attend the Pet Expo. As we went around looking at the dogs and the many products being sold, I noticed a lot of people with mobility aids. My mom and I were just a few of the crowd of people with disabilities.
After a while my mom’s scooter battery needed to be charged so we searched around for an available outlet. We found one and were soon eating while her scooter charged. We were then ready to explore a bit more of the expo.
Does your mobility device ever need to be charged when you’re out and about? Do you ever have trouble finding outlets? Have you ever forgotten to bring your charger and had to be pushed back to your car?
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