New and Second Hand Mobility Scooters
Disability scooter technology and lifestyle news plus the best deals on new and used mobility scooters for sale in the UK. We also have lots of second hand off road and folding mobility scooters for sale.
Some scooters have unique features, but every scooter offers some benefit to your health and lifestyle. One benefit that every mobility scooter offers is more comfort for those who have trouble standing and walking for extended periods.
Using public transport with a mobility aid like a scooter isn’t always easy. Here are our top tips for using public transport with a mobility scooter or wheelchair
A mobility scooter is a blessing for those who need one. These scooters give you back your freedom and independence. A scooter makes it easy to get around
Driving a mobility scooter is a lot like driving a car in some ways. Both require you to know – and follow – the rules of the road and practice safe driving. Here are our top mobility scooter driving tips to keep you and those around you safe when driving.
Lime recently announced a series of three micromobility scooters with adaptive features. The designs include a three-wheeled sit-down scooter, a three-wheeled sit-up scooter, and a two-wheel scooter.
Knowing how to care for your mobility scooter helps you understand when it’s time to get your scooter maintained or upgrade to new mobility scooter technology. Unlike vehicles, mobility scooters don’t have lights that indicate when something need servicing.
The most significant consideration when buying a mobility scooter is where you will ride it. It would be best to choose a scooter that can handle the space limitations and terrain you need to use it on. Here are some questions and points to consider when determining which mobility scooter is right for you.
So, what’s the hurry to get the scooters on the road? Well, part of the reason is the coronavirus pandemic. The pandemic has caused local authorities to focus more on alternative forms of transportation to help people avoid being cramped together on the underground, on buses, and on the railway.
Since the invention of mobility scooters, countless individuals who struggle with walking have been able to greatly improve their lives with this electronic mode of transportation. However, it’s worth noting that they’ve changed quite a lot over the years