Electric Mobility Scooters, Medical Scooters, Disability Scooters. Whichever name you use these popular vehicles are the perfect solution for seniors and individuals with limited mobility who need a little assistance getting around. Best Price Mobility offers a great selection of mobility scooters for sale in Orlando, Kissimmee and across North America to meet everyones needs. Scooters include folding scooters, travel mobility scooters, full size scooters and heavy duty scooters. We can help you find the model that is right for you and carry products from top brands such as Pride Mobility, Golden Technologies, and Drive Medical.
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It can be difficult to find the best electric scooter for your needs. What kind of scooter is ideal for your lifestyle? Is it better to ride a tiny scooter or a tough standard or heavy-duty scooter? Will you be riding the scooter primarily outside, indoors, or both?
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Mobility scooters are available in a range of styles, each with its own set of capabilities and advantages.
Three-wheel mobility scooters have a tight turning radius, making them easier to use indoors. Three-wheel mobility scooters come in a wide range of styles and typically support weight capacities from 300 to 400 lbs.
Four-wheel mobility scooters are more stable and the risk of their tipping is relatively low. They maneuver well over rough terrain and hills. Four-wheel scooters are better suited for outdoor use due to their broader turning radius, but they also work well in large inside environments like malls and grocery shops.
Travel/portable — Travel scooters can be folded or disassembled into three or four pieces that fit into the trunk of a car or as cargo on an aeroplane. These scooters are often lighter than full-sized three or four-wheel scooters. While they are the most lightweight type of mobility scooter, they also have the limitation of having the lowest overall weight capacity.
Scooters that are used on a regular basis are larger than lightweight scooters that are used on a temporary basis. They have greater seating and storage space than their lighter counterparts, as well as larger batteries that allow the user to travel further on a single charge. Due to their larger size and weight, standard mobility scooters are significantly more challenging to move.
For people who weigh more than 400 pounds, heavy duty mobility scooters are the best option. There are 3 and 4-wheeled models available, with weight capacities of up to 500 pounds. HD Scooter models generally feature larger motors, wider bases, and bigger tires. A heavy-duty mobility scooter is built to take on even the toughest terrain.
Each mobility scooter comes with its own set of benefits and features. Before you buy your electric scooter, keep the following features in mind.
Maneuvrability: a smaller turning radius makes it easier to navigate in tight places.
Size: The scooter's total size has an impact on essential qualities including comfort, portability, and battery life.
Weight Capacity: Scooters' weight capacities range from 250 to 500 pounds or more, depending on the model.
Comfort: A scooter should be supportive and spacious enough to fit the user comfortably.
Speed: The top speed of most scooters is between 4 and 11 mph.
Driving Range: Medical scooters may travel anywhere from 8 to 24 kilometres on a single charge.
Portability: It will be easier to travel with a lightweight or folding scooter than one that does not disassemble.
Yes, Medicare may provide partial funding for a scooter purchase, depending on your circumstances.
In general, purchasing insurance for a scooter is not required. However, depending on how you plan to pay for the scooter (especially if you plan to buy on credit or through a health insurance provider), acquiring insurance may be advised or even required.
Used mobility scooters are available for purchase through our partner Scootaround, who has stores in Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Seattle, Nashville, and Las Vegas.
Yes, practically every airline will transport your scooter, usually in the cargo compartment. Certain battery types are subject to transportation restrictions, so it's wise to check your carrier's individual policies and standards ahead of time.
Take the key out of the unit. Plug your charger into an acceptable AC wall socket, then into the charger port on your equipment using the other end of the cord.