Mobility Scooters

Choosing a Mobility Scooter to enhance your lifestyle can bring a new perspective on life. The newfound dignity and freedom to explore your city, run errands and engage in social activities will bring joy, fulfillment and happiness. Selecting the correct scooter for your needs can seem daunting at first, but we are here to simplify and help ensure you’ve made the best selection. We encourage you to call our Mobility Specialists for their recommendation, but if you prefer shopping independently here are some valuable tips.

Travel Scooters:

These are small, lightweight companions that can be easily disassembled for easy transport. Choose a 3 Wheel if you value a better turning radius for indoor experiences, or a 4 Wheel model for better stability. The disassembly process is very simple and user friendly.

Folding Scooters:

Similar to Travel Scooters in a sense that they are small and lightweight, the advantage to a folding scooter is that typically it is only 1 or 2 pieces total. The technology of these scooters has improved over the years, with some featuring an Auto-Fold mechanism that is remote controlled. These fit easily in the trunk of most vehicles.

Mid-Size Scooters:

These scooters feature larger wheels, powerful batteries and enhanced capability. These scooters are typically used for more outdoor experiences however do offer some indoor functionality in larger venues, such as a shopping mall. To transport a mid-size scooter, our recommendation is using a hitch mounted scooter lift.

Heavy Duty Scooters:

All the bells and whistles! These rugged scooters offer the pinnacle of luxury, power and even some off-road capability. Typically you’ll find heavy duty scooters are equipped with long range high performance batteries, suspension, lighting systems, large wheels and much more. 

Recreational Scooters:

Similar to heavy duty scooters, these non-medical relatives are feature rich with an abundance of capability and are a solid value. Typically you’ll select these if you need help getting around but aren’t ready for a traditional mobility scooter just yet. Many of these scooters offer some of the highest top speeds offered.