When it comes to it, the feeling of 100% stability and confidence that you get riding a disability with 4 wheels makes a comfortable majority of shoppers pick these models over other configurations.
Our definition of elderly scooters with four wheels is any model with 2 wheels at the rear and 2 at the front, each wheel spaced out from each other across the width of the scooter for maximum balance.
Before you buy your 4 wheel scooter, make sure the turning radius makes sense for your situation, especially if you plan on using it indoors. If turning radius is a higher priority for you, check out some of our 3 wheel models instead of 4 wheel scooters.
Scooters ‘N Chairs’ aim is to guide you every step of your journey getting a four wheel mobility scooter. Besides for phone and email, during business hours we have a live chat pop up where you can discuss all your concerns with a friendly agent.