Roger from Romford in Essex enjoys total independence thanks to his lightweight folding scooter from eFOLDi. Roger suffers with acute arthritis in his ankle which means he finds standing for long periods quite painful
Danielle, 43 from Colchester described her recent trip to the beautiful city of Venice, Italy as "truly incredible" ” but she wouldn’t have been able to enjoy this unique travel experience without her eFOLDi scooter.
Maggie from North London credits her exhilarating, once-in-a-lifetime transatlantic travel experience to her ‘trusty’ folding scooter. Maggie suffers from COPD, Spinal Stenosis and has a weakness in both her knees.
John, from Kidderminster in the West Midlands first injured his back as a small child, then again more significantly at the age of 26, and several more times since then.
Alan Mendelson, 57, lives in an apartment block in London. He lost strength and overall mobility in his legs due to DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) after a back operation.
Helen Dolphin, MBE, is a committed campaigner on improving transport for disabled people. After becoming a quadruple amputee due to contracting meningitis in her early twenties
Whilst there have been significant improvements in the accessibility of Britain’s rail network, a 2019 report by the Dept for Transport acknowledged much more still needed to be done. The report highlighted, two-thirds of passengers with disabilities experienced barriers to travel.
Debbie, 53 from Luton has been an eFOLDi customer for over three years. Debbie requires two knee replacements, so has extremely limited mobility.
Edi, 64, an eFOLDi user for more than 3 years, travels regularly to visit his daughter in Sweden, using a range of transport, including buses, trains and planes.