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New Products

The Merits 745 Scooter
SRP $2895
The 745 Merits Scooter has a stylish eye catching design with attractive modern colour range to suit the user.

The scooter has an adjustable high back contoured seat with simple operation of slide and swivel mechanisms
 to allow maximum user comfort. It's also been designed with a high mount charger socket making the access 
easier when charging.

The scooter has been designed with adjustable power saving LED headlights, indicators front and rear, rear tail 
lights and reverse warning lights.

Fisher Lane Mobility

would like to wish you a Merry
 Christmas and a Happy New Year!

The team at Fisher Lane Mobility would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support  
throughout 2017, we look forward to continuing our relationship with you in 2018 and beyond.

The Abbotsford showroom will be closed from 1:00pm on the 22nd of December re-opening on the 27th of December.
 It will also be closed on the 1st of January 2018  due to a public holiday.

The Braybrook showroom will be closed from the 21st of December 2017 and will re-open on the 2nd of January 2018.



The next time you're in our Abbotsford showroom, be sure to check out of new
addition of Christmas treats!

Fisher Lane's Wall of Fame

~Our Everyday Heroes~

“To be inspired you must surround yourself with inspiring things”
With this quote in mind, we’ve decided to create our very own Wall of Fame to
 celebrate inspirational people who often go without the praise or recognition 
that they truly deserve. This month’s nomination comes from Cal Bruce and is Neale Daniher. 
Neale, who played 82 games for Essendon and coached Melbourne 223 times, has been a 
large advocate for ‘Fight MND’ , spending the past three years spreading awareness for the disease, and raising funds
for vital MND research.Neale Daniher has vowed to continue fighting Motor Neurone disease for as long as he can talk,
despite the terminal illness crippling his body. Congratulations to a very worthy nominee, Neale Daniher.
You inspire us!