Mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs offer a new lease on life for individuals seeking greater independence and ease of movement. Whether you’re navigating busy streets or relaxing at home, these mobility aids can make a world of difference. Our comprehensive range of products ensures that we have the perfect solution for your needs.

Easy to Transport

One of the most critical factors when choosing a mobility scooter is how easy it is to transport. Many of our models are designed to be lightweight and foldable, making them perfect for taking on holidays or simply for convenient storage at home. With options ranging from compact scooters to larger, more robust models, we have something for every requirement.

Home Assessments

Choosing the right mobility aid can be a daunting task, which is why we offer home assessments. Our experts will visit your home to assess your needs and recommend the best mobility scooter or powered wheelchair for your situation. This personalised service ensures you select a product that fits seamlessly into your lifestyle.

Range of Mobility Scooters and Powered Wheelchairs

Our extensive range of mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs caters to various needs and preferences. From compact scooters for easy manoeuvrability to robust, road-legal models that offer greater stability and range, we have it all. Our products are designed to enhance your freedom and confidence, whether you’re indoors or out and about.

Motability Scheme

For those who qualify, the Motability Scheme can be an excellent way to lease a mobility scooter or powered wheelchair. This scheme provides a worry-free solution that includes insurance, breakdown assistance, servicing, and repairs, all for an affordable weekly payment. Contact us to learn more about how you can take advantage of this beneficial program.

Recline Chairs and Other Mobility Aids

In addition to our scooters and wheelchairs, we offer a variety of other mobility aids to enhance your comfort and convenience. Our selection of recline chairs, for example, provides excellent support and relaxation, making daily activities more comfortable and enjoyable.

Service and Repairs

We understand that your mobility scooter or powered wheelchair is essential to your independence, which is why we offer comprehensive service and repairs. Our team of skilled technicians is dedicated to keeping your mobility aid in top condition, ensuring it remains reliable and safe. For any issues, please call 01793 815083, and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Conclusion

Choosing the right mobility aid is a significant step towards enhancing your independence and quality of life. With our wide range of products, home assessment services, and support through the Motability Scheme, we are committed to helping you find the perfect solution. For more information or to arrange a home assessment, please call 01793 815083. Let us help you discover the freedom and confidence that come with the right mobility scooter or powered wheelchair.

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Product Guide

Before buying a mobility scooter, the most important thing about the purchase, is deciding which one to buy to gain the best possible mobility independence and staying safe. The first step is deciding which power output type you require, 4 mph, 6 mph, 8 mph or if you only have a limited budget, a used mobility scooter might be a better option.

4 mph electric scooters are typically smaller and are most practical in environments, where space is limited such as supermarkets and shopping centres. They are also smaller which means they are easier to store in the car and a better solution when travelling.

6-8 mph Mobility Scooters are road legal and can reach speeds of up to 8 mph, however the speed limits on pavements are restricted to 4 mph. Every scooter must comply to various safety features set out by the British Government requirements for class 3 scooters, these include lights, mirrors and efficient braking systems. A driving licence is not required to drive a mobility scooter but there is a requirement to register it with the DVLA and insurance should be obtained as a recommendation.

Folding mobility scooters are designed too foldaway quickly with minimal ease, meaning they are lightweight and easy to transport. The foldaway function is operated by either pressing a button or using the key fob. Once folded away they will be able to store easier, become ideal for travelling independently or taking on public transport and holiday or a short trip to the shops.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q, How to get a Mobility Scooter for free UK?

A, Check out Charitable Organisations listed on our website for financial assistance.

Q, Are Mobility Scooters allowed on the road?

A, Class 3 legal Mobility Scooters are allowed on the road. Class 3 Mobility Scooters must be registered with DVLA upon purchase.

Q, Can you hire Mobility Scooters?

A, Mobility Scooters can be hired from any of our stores.

Q, Do you need insurance for a Mobility Scooter?

A, It is highly advisable to cover yourself and your vehicle- Details / forms are available from any of our stores.

Q, How much are Mobility Scooters?

A ,Depends on size, quality and features. You may want to consider a quality 2nd User Mobility Scooter if your budget does not run to a brand new model or consider the Motability scheme if you qualify.