Want to renew your existing Annual Membership? Click on this link to visit the Renewals page.
Want to upgrade your Taster Membership? Click on this link to visit the Upgrade page.
Becoming a member is quick and easy providing you with the opportunity to use Trampers at all partner locations across the south west and beyond.
Just choose and book the location you would like to explore by Tramper first and, before you start your hire, choose either a Taster (2 week) or Annual Membership and receive a short Tramper training session from trained staff to ensure you are safe and confident. Read on for more details.
If you have any questions about the membership application process please contact us on 07958 517919 or email [email protected]
Hire locations are now returning to offering Tramper hire although this often requires pre-booking
Anyone wishing to use a Tramper must be over the age of 14 can become a member of Countryside Mobility so that you are covered by our insurance. The scheme is open to anyone who has difficulty walking. You do not have to be registered as a disabled person or have a Blue Badge. Click to watch a video introducing the Tramper.
Please note that for safety and insurance reasons some medical conditions or health issues mean that unfortunately not everyone will be able to join the scheme. Please read the Medical and Health Information and Terms and Conditions of use before visiting a site for the first time.
What types of membership are available?
There are two types of membership available:
Annual Membership costs £10.00 and is valid for 12 months.
Taster Membership costs £2.50 and is valid for 2 weeks. A Taster membership is ideal if you are just visiting the South West or if you just want to try a Tramper. And you can upgrade to an Annual membership easily - either at a site or online.
How to Become a Countryside Mobility Member
Please note that while you can renew or upgrade your membership on this website, the process of initially joining the Scheme must take place at one of our sites. This is because the introduction to the scooter is a key part of the process and this is something that can only happen at a site.
Read the Countryside Mobility Medical and Health Information and Terms and Conditions of use and carefully check that the scheme and equipment are suitable for you - you are the best judge of your own ability.
Contact your chosen site to book your first time ‘Tramper Training’ – this will last a maximum of 15 minutes and is a short familiarisation session to make sure all the Trampers functions and controls are understood.
Attend your chosen site and ensure you take the following documents:
Photo ID (Photo driving licence, Blue Badge, bus pass, passport).
Proof of address (Utility bill, bank statement, credit card bill, council tax bill)
The appropriate membership fee (any cheques made payable to ‘Living Options Devon’)