Description of service:
Service Call is a way for a disabled driver or wheelchair / scooter user to call for service at premises where access is difficult or impossible.
The Service Call system works by aiming and pressing the button on a small infra-red Service Call transmitter, which alerts staff that there is someone outside who needs assistance.
Many of the big high street names operate the Service Call system including Boots, Sainsbury’s, Tescos, Somerfield, Waitrose, Lloyds TSB, Barclays, Nat West and the Alliance and Leicester.
Most petrol stations also offer the service call system which means that a disabled driver can call for help to fill up with petrol, without having to leave their car. Other places like Job Centre Plus and Network Rail also offer the Service Call system.
A Service Call transmitter, which costs around £19.95 (inc p&p) can be ordered by contacting Service Call.