There are people all over the country whole struggle to get going in the morning. Independent Living is based in Minehead, Somerset, and we want to help as many people as possible get active and stay independent. Our electric mobility beds are one way that we do this. They work on alleviating strain on the back and neck, as well as helping you to rise in the morning and settle down at night. This is one of the things that we offer to help with comfort. Others include our Cosi Chairs and Cosyfeet shoes. We are industry experts in mobility equipment and we can help advise you on what electric bed is best for your needs. Call our friendly team today on – 01643 709000
The Ideal Electric Bed for You
There’s an adjustable bed waiting for you in our showroom. We’re confident in our knowledge and skills, and know that we have something perfect for you. Our Restwell™ range is of the highest-quality, and we’re proud to offer it to customers like you. If you’re looking for a great night’s sleep while keeping your independence, choose our products today.
The Restwell Collection
Each bed in the Restwell range is completely adjustable. This means that we’re able to tailor bed to the way that you sleep. Our beds target five key areas, to we maximise your comfort, and minimise the strain on your body. These are the knees, hips, back, neck, and head. Even though these are among the best beds available, they’re still very affordable. The reclining feature means that watching TV, reading a book, and talking before bed is much easier. Find real relaxation and get a great night’s sleep with a Restwell bed. Memory foam mattresses are also available with these beds.
The electric beds we offer are made with the purpose of providing you with the best night sleep possible. After a long night’s sleep, you should wake up feeling energized and recharged. It is becoming increasingly more common to wake up feeling sour and ache. This can be simply prevented by sleeping in an electric bed supplied by us here at Independent Living Minehead. We can help to ensure that your bed is providing you with the correct level of comfort of support that you deserve. The beds that we offer are exceptionally comfortable and will help to provide you with a night of perfect night sleep. If you are interested in our electric beds call our team today on – 01643 709000
Contact us, in Minehead, Somerset, to find out more about our electric mobility beds.
Why an adjustable bed could be right for you?
They can help with breathing difficulties, sleeping problems, swollen legs and feet and pain relief for a variety of conditions. Visit our showroom today and view our extensive range of adjustable beds.
An adjustable bed can alleviate strain on the back and neck aiding in a restful night’s sleep.
We offer FREE local delivery and disposal of your old bed.
- Sleep Better and Feel Refreshed
- Greater Energy During the Day
- Achieve More from Life
- Live More Independently
- Peace of Mind
- Enjoy Relaxing in Bed for Longer
- Continue Sharing a Bed with Your Partner
- Ideal for Those Suffering from Asthma, Arthritis, Back Pain, Bronchitis, Circulation Problems, Emphysema, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatism, and More
- Built-In Back-up Battery System
- Low-Voltage, Six Button, Multi-Position Handset
- Excellent, Craftsman-Built Divan Base
- Five-Part, Fully-Adjustable, Multi-Slat Bed Support System
- Massage Unit Available
- Heavy Duty Model Available
- 12 Month Warranty as Standard
Call us, in Minehead, Somerset, to find out more about our electric mobility beds.
Are Mobility Scooters allowed on the road
Three types of “Invalid carriages” (Mobility Scooters) are defined in “The use of Invalid carriages on highways regulations 1988”
Class 1 covers manual wheelchairs
Class 2 covers powered wheelchairs and scooters. These are only suitable for riding on pavements or footpaths and have a maxim speed of 4 mph (6 kilometres on hour)
Class 3 covers powered wheelchairs and other outdoor powered vehicles including mobility scooters. These are suitable for riding on roads and have a top speed of 8 miles an hour (12 Kilometres an hour) and must not weigh more than 150 kilograms without the driver or any load. These scooters also have a switch which limits the top speed to 4mph on pavements and footpaths.
A class 3 vehicle is not legally defined as a motor vehicle and the user does not have to have a driving licence or take a driving test.
However a Class 3 vehicle can only be used by a disabled person aged over 14 years or over or by an able bodied person who is demonstrating a vehicle before selling it, training a disabled person in the use of it or taking it to a place of repair or maintenance.
Class 3 vehicles need to be registered with the DVLA and it must be taxed under the disabled tax classification. There is no fee to pay. You do not need registration plates.
Class 3 are fitted with lights indicators and a horn.