A friend asked if I ever ran out of power in my chair because, she added, that "seems like a very Matt thing to do."
You have to test the limits, I told her as I recounted the time I had to back up curb cuts because my rear-wheel drive chair was so low on power that it wouldn't go up face first. You have to know whether the CHARGE NOW alert is honest or if the battery is really deplete hours before the alert. You also need to know that if you turn your chair on and off, you might get more power.
I stick by my theory because twice recently my chair has had three or four green lines -- signaling power -- only to start blinking red CHARGE NOW.
Both times I was out on walks, so there wasn't much to do: just come home and hope I don't lose all power. I never did. Also, I turned my chair off and on, and got more power.
I am starting the process of replacing the chair next week --maybe the next one will be truthful.
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