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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.
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.
Even during these difficult times people have been buying, and even though things aren’t quite as easy as they were before for manufactures and distributors, there’s still been enough demand for many to pull through.
For as useful – and often necessary – as mobility scooters are, they aren’t convenient for a lot of people. Fold and go mobility scooters represent the next generation of mobility scooters and are a great way to get around the issue of inconvenience. These scooters are much more convenient than other models of ...
Photographs showing how packed supermarkets such as Tesco can get during dedicated early opening hours for elderly and vulnerable shoppers, including those who need mobility scooters.
History was made recently when disability campaigner Tony Jennings became the first person to travel on a North train while riding a mobility scooter. Jennings was able to ride across the platform and into the train on his mobility scooter with the help of a ramp, becoming only the first person to do so.
Honda Motorcycle have teamed up with Scooter India – the second-largest two-wheel brand in India – to work on creating and testing a new electronic scooter. Scooter India have long-since maintained a stance that they aren’t going to develop electronic two-wheel vehicles, but this newest development appears to show ...