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Scooters 'N Chairs provides an unbeatable range of mobility scooters to customers throughout the United States. Discover our highest rated scooters, with the lowest prices below and click here to learn more about our scooters.

$2,819.00 $1,969.00

Pride Mobility: Victory 10 4-Wheel Scooter - SC710

$2,400.00 $2,349.00

Drive Medical: ZooMe Auto Flex Folding Scooter

$1,969.00 $1,379.00

Pride Mobility: Victory LX Sport 4-Wheel - S74

$1,259.00 $879.00

Pride Mobility: Go-Go Ultra X 3-Wheel - SC40X

$1,829.00 $1,279.00

Pride Mobility: Go-Go Sport 3-Wheel - S73

$2,050.00 $1,949.00

Drive Medical: ZooMe Flex Folding Scooter

$2,419.00 $1,689.00

Pride Mobility: Victory 9 4-Wheel Scooter - SC709

$2,419.00 $1,689.00

Pride Mobility: Revo 2.0 3-Wheel - S66

$1,869.00 $1,309.00

Pride Mobility: LX Sport 4-Wheel - SC54LX

$2,259.00 $1,579.00

Pride Mobility: Victory 9 3-Wheel Scooter - SC609

$1,489.00 $1,039.00

Pride Mobility: Go-Go Elite Plus Traveler 4 Wheel Scooter - S54LX

$1,689.00 $1,179.00

Pride Mobility: Go-Go Elite Plus Traveler 3 Wheel Scooter - SC53

Mobility Scooters

How To Choose The One That Suits You

Mobility Scooters are wonderful. They give you freedom and independence. However,  the term "Mobility scooter" is a broad one. People refer to them in many different ways. Some people call them handicap scooters. Others call them medical scooters, and even some refer to them as disability scooters, elderly scooters. The list is endless!

It can frustrating because there are so many terms and scooters on the market. How do you find the best scooter for you or your loved one? Scooters 'N Chairs provides expert advice and the best customer service to help you choose the right mobility solution.

Modern scooters are different from traditional or power wheelchairs which have a joystick. Steering is done from a tiller (or steering column) in front of the user. Between the tiller and the user’s seat is a deck, or platform, where the user places his/her feet. This significantly increases comfort and maneuverability.

The Best Mobility Scooters For The Elderly

Choosing the right scooter should not be difficult. it all depends on your preference. Some people choose safety over performance. Others prioritize comfort. Whatever your preference, we have a scooter for you.

Our range includes folding mobility scooters, the perfect choice if you need to store your handicap scooter in tight spaces and transport it in the trunk of your car. We also provide heavy-duty scooters, which can support up to 500 pounds of weight. If you travel a lot, a portable travel scooter is the most suitable option. It can collapse or disassemble to make it easier to carry.

Our range of off-road scooters offers increased safety scooters like headlights and heavy-duty tires, for use on unpaved roads.

Do I Need a Power Scooter?

Now that we’ve discussed what the device actually is, we need to think about whether it could help you specifically in your life. These questions may help you get a feel for how you might be losing out due to mobility limitations:

  • Do you find yourself not being able to get around like you once did?
  • Are you disabled and unable to walk or stand for extended periods?
  • Do you refrain from going outdoors for fear of falling over, losing the strength in your legs, or losing your sense of balance?

An affirmative answer to any of these questions indicates that you could greatly benefit from getting a power mobility aid. You might want to know if a power wheelchair would be better for you rather than a scooter. If so, ask yourself the following questions. These will help you see if a scooter is your best pick of the available powered mobility devices, assuming you have decided to get one:

  • Will you be using your disability scooter outdoors or at home only?
  • Are the areas where you plan to use it well paved? Will you ever need to go over grass, gravel, or other uneven terrains?
  • Do you prefer a tiller control configuration to a joystick-based one?

These are a few pointer questions to help you find your way: power scooters are more suitable for the outdoors and rougher terrain, and wheelchairs are usually controlled by a joystick rather than a steering column.

Important Things To Consider When Buying Your Mobile Scooter

There are a lot of things to consider when buying a mobility scooter. Your choice will depend on your surroundings, budget, and preferences. Here are some useful tips to help you make the right decision. Whether you are looking for scooters that offer increased safety, or style, comfort or performance, here are things to look out for.

  • Weight Capacity: Check how much weight the scooter will support.
  • Range: Look out for the distance it will travel on a full charge.
  • Ground Clearance: Find a scooter with low ground clearance for increased comfort and high ground clearance for off-roading.
  • Turning Radius: Check how tight the turning radius is. A tight turning radius means you can navigate easier around tight spaces.
  • Safety Features: Look out for Scooters that offer LED lights, emergency brakes, rear-view mirrors, and an over-acceleration sensor.
  • Comfort: Look for scooters with ergonomic design, front, and rear suspension, and anti-tip wheels.
  • Performance: Look out for scooters with a high top-speed over 15mph, rear shock absorbers, and long driving range.
  • Style: Look out for scooters with alloy wheels, and a gloss finish.

Buying Handicap Scooters on a Limited Budget

What if you lack the financial means to buy a disability vehicle straight out? True, it might be worthwhile and sensible to buy and not go down the route of powered scooter rental, but that won’t help you if you lack the means!

In this case, there are two points to consider: First, prices have been drastically going down over the years. You now see U.S.-branded models starting at around $750 – considerably less than what many people believe an electric medical scooter actually costs.

Besides lower prices, there’s another even more attractive option available for those wishing to get motorized aid on a limited budget, which brings us to our next section.

Using Financing to Purchase Your Adult Scooter

How about an option that allows you to buy and keep your scooter chair for about the same price as renting or even less? Sounds attractive? Enter financing programs. High-quality vendors who specialize in handicap scooters will invariably offer you financing – the ability to spread out the scooter cost and pay for it in installments. These payment plans usually require you to pay a monthly sum, and that sum can be as low as $70 for a small electric scooter.

mobility scooter

Many plans for power chairs and scooters don’t even require you to make any down payment at all – you start off with a regular monthly payment soon after your purchase.

Depending on the total amount the product costs, it may take 12, 18, or more months to pay off, but remember: you’re paying monthly sums that are often lower than rental fees and for your money, you get a scooter that is your very own.

We at Scooters ‘N Chairs realize that even financing plans might prove to be a financial strain on some disabled people. To this end, we have a bi-annual scooter giveaway where we provide a 100% free mobility scooter to a lucky winner. You can apply to our giveaway directly from our site here.

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The Ultimate Checklist Before Purchasing a Mobility Scooter 

Making the decision to buy a mobility scooter is a major step in anyone’s life—so congratulations on beginning this important journey. For nearly two million people like you or the loved one you’re supporting through this process, motorized mobility devices provide a vastly improved lifestyle with more access to get up and go whenever and wherever you want.

While you’re excited about the freedom and independence provided by an motorized handicap scooter, you may not be sure about the details of making it happen. Many first-time buyers feel unclear about when and how to purchase mobility equipment, especially as the technology in this field becomes ever more advanced. Even with loved ones involved in research and planning, this period of time can feel overwhelming.

Luckily, your ideal mobility solution is well within reach when you’re empowered with the right information. Breaking the process down into simple steps will help you to navigate this transition with confidence.

This article will guide you through the ultimate checklist for purchasing a handicap scooter for you or your loved one. By the time you finish reading it, you’ll have the knowledge you need to make the best choice for your or your loved one’s mobility goals.

Advantages to purchasing an electric mobility scooter

a. Mobility scooters allow for longer and more varied trips.

As a whole, mobility scooters are better for those who want to use their equipment for longer distances and/or in a wider range of outdoor settings. The average electric scooter has an operating range of about 15 miles, though some models can go as far as 40 miles. Many outdoor scooters are equipped with four-wheel drive, wider tires and other features that enable them to tackle slightly rougher terrain than outdoor wheelchairs.

b. Handicap scooters are easier to transport.

A lightweight mobility scooter can weigh as little as 50 pounds, making it much easier to take on the go. Simple to assemble and dismantle, a compact model can be folded to fit in the trunk of a standard-sized car, under a bed or even on a plane. 

This alleviates the need for a handicap-accessible van, and allows for easy storage when the equipment is not in use. 

c. Electric mobility scooters are generally available at a lower cost.

Electric mobility scooters tend to be the less expensive option, starting at around $900. With more lightweight, compact models coming on the market, they will likely become even more financially accessible in the future. 

d. A medical scooter can provide an increased sense of freedom.

For people who do not require the support of a wheelchair, using an electric mobility scooter can add even more fun and independence to everyday activities. Between their longer distances, higher speeds and the overall feeling of being less physically confined, electric mobility scooters are attractive to those seeking the most liberating experience possible.

2. Pick the right electric mobility scooter.

If you’ve decided that a medical scooter is the right choice for you or your loved one, it’s time to explore your options. Today’s scooter buyers have the power to pick and choose from a growing range of features, resulting in highly tailored solutions that support their long-term needs. The more you know about the main types of mobility scooters available, the more focused you’ll be as you narrow down your options.

All electric mobility scooters are categorized in one of two classes: 

  • Class 2 scooters, which can be used on footpaths, sidewalks and to cross roads at up to four miles per hour. 
  • Class 3 scooters, which can be used on roads and have a higher maximum speed. 

Since both types are designed for pedestrian use, neither one requires a driver’s license or vehicle insurance.

Electric mobility scooters come in three- and four-wheel models, encompassing numerous designs and capabilities. Many even come in lively colors and styles so you can show off your unique personality or choose an option that beautifully complements your lifestyle.

Here are the main categories you will be choosing from as you shop around.

Heavy Duty Mobility Scooters

With a broader base, larger motor and wider wheels than other types of scooters, heavy duty models provide unsurpassed support and power in a number of outdoor activities. They have a higher weight capacity and more seating space than average mobility scooters, making them an ideal choice for larger individuals who are frequently on the go.

Heavy duty electric scooters are the most “rugged” of any outdoor mobility solutions, providing optimal stability on uneven or unpaved surfaces. To further aid in your outdoor adventures, they can come equipped with extra features such as headlights, carry baskets and canopies. For these reasons they are the heaviest, and most expensive, type of electric scooter.

Heavy duty mobility scooters can be as robust as EV Rider’s Royale 4 Dual Seat Scooter, which has 32-inch seating so wide you can even take a friend with you. This particular model can take one rider up to 32 miles and operate at a speed of 9 miles per hour.

A “lighter” but still heavy duty option, such as Drive Medical’s Phoenix 4-Wheel Heavy Duty Scooter, supports extra weight (up to 350 pounds as opposed to the average 300) and offers many of the same outdoor capabilities. Models on this end of the heavy duty spectrum can still travel about 15 miles on a single battery charge, but are less expensive and more portable.

Indoor Electric Mobility Scooters

Indoor mobility scooters are lighter and more compact than outdoor mobility scooters, offering a tighter turning radius. This type of scooter is ideal for people who do not require long-distance use and will be using the scooter on smooth and level terrain. 

Outdoor Mobility Scooters

If you’re looking for a convenient and fun way to run errands, get around town or spend time in the great outdoors, an outdoor electric mobility scooter is the right product for you. Outdoor electric scooters, especially those with 4-wheel drive, are designed to increase stability on roads, hills, grass, gravel and other terrain. 

A model like Afikim’s Breeze S 4-Wheel Scooter, acclaimed for its ergonomic design, can take you on outings of up to 29 miles through either urban or rural settings. Customers requiring additional space can choose a wider seat option, although this will halve the scooter’s operating range and drop its maximum speed from 9.3 mph to 7.5 mph.


Those who want to go even farther can opt for an extended distance model such as E-Wheels’ 72 Scooter. This electric mobility scooter can travel 43 miles on a single battery charge and reach a maximum speed of 15 miles per hour. 

Drive Medical's Spitfire Scout 4 is an example of a lower-cost but still very effective extended range mobility scooter. For its price under $1,000 and a total weight of only 94 lbs., the Spitfire Scout 4 travels an impressive 15 miles on a full charge and is more portable than heavier alternatives.

Compact and Travel scooters

Easy assembly and transportation are deciding factors in many scooter purchases. Compact electric scooters can be folded up in a matter of minutes, making them  to store in the back seat or trunk of a standard-size car. Contrary to what many people think, these scooters can even be taken on airplanes. Travel scooters are now extremely advanced: a model like Drive Medical’s ZooMe Auto Flex folding scooter, for instance, folds and unfolds in as little as 15 seconds using a wireless key fob. 

The trade-off in this category of electric scooter is that with greater portability and smaller size comes a decrease in overall comfort. A lower weight capacity, smaller seating and less padding are some of the reasons travel scooters may be not the most fitting for daily use.

A special note about Pride Mobility Scooters & a comfortable ride

Pride Mobility is so good at creating high-quality, affordable equipment that we want to give them a special mention. Pride’s Go-Go Elite Traveler scooter gets raves for not only its cushioned, supportive seat, but also for being so lightweight and easily portable. It’s available in both 3-wheel and 4-wheel models. 

Go-Go Elite

Their other electric scooters, including the Go-Go Sport 4-wheel and the Victory 10 3-wheel are some of the top sellers in the entire category of mobile electric scooters. In addition to a stellar reputable for transforming what lighter-weight, portable scooters can do, Pride offers airtight warranties and excellent support.

Victory 10 3-wheel

4. Know What to Ask the Vendor

Now that you have a better idea of what type of equipment you need, you’re ready to move ahead in purchasing your mobility scooter! Taking care to prepare a personalized list of wants and needs will help you optimize the shopping experience. It also makes it easy and effective to shop online.

Make sure you are working with a reputable mobility vendor with excellent customer reviews. The person assisting you should be a good listener who isn’t trying to rush you into a purchase. Whether it’s online, on a phone call or chat, or in person, this should be a clear, helpful conversation that puts you first. 

Never hesitate to bring up a question or concern with your vendor; if something seems a little off now, it could be a frustrating problem down the road. Make sure you’ve looked into all of the following before deciding to purchase a specific product.

What kind of battery does the equipment use?

Whether you’re buying a mobility scooter or an electric wheelchair, the battery is one of the most important parts of your purchase. The battery will be included in the final price of your equipment and should last you several years with the right quality and care.

It is important to understand the type of battery used in your specific electric medical scooter, and the level of effort needed to keep it properly charged. To avoid paying for a longer battery life than you need, estimate your daily mileage. You might realize that a smaller operating range would be a more time- and cost-efficient solution for you. 

If you need help estimating your daily mileage, speak up! Asking this kind of question ensures you’re going to get what best suits your lifestyle and current needs.

What if it doesn’t fit or work like I thought it would?

All good vendors will give you the opportunity to try out the equipment, with a fair trial period. After all, the goal is to help you lead the life you want, with the right electric mobility solution to provide you with the freedom you desire - and deserve. You’re making a significant investment of time, effort and finances, so every part of the scooter should fit, feel and work exactly how you want it to. To ensure your total satisfaction, the vendor should help guide you through thorough testing that includes turning, slowing, stopping and if applicable, dismantling the equipment.

During this try-out you should also check that you can comfortably get on and off the equipment with the same amount of assistance you will have in your day to day use. Also confirm that the equipment can fit in the entryways, vehicles and other spaces you need it so. 

If these or any other issues are troubling you, whether before or after your purchase, make yourself heard. Your vendor will be able to suggest adjustments that could help solve the problem, and if necessary make it quick and easy for you to return the product.

How will I get the equipment home and set up?

Delivery and assembly options will vary based on where you purchase your mobility equipment and what type of model it is. For example, a lightweight travel scooter can be delivered in a box and assembled by you or a loved one. A heavy duty product will likely come fully assembled. With an online retailer, you will not have to worry about transporting your equipment home in your own vehicle.

What if something breaks?

Like a car or other large purchase, your mobility scooter may require periodic maintenance. Asking about extended warranties, availability of spare parts and options for servicing will give you the comfort of knowing you’ll have friendly, knowledgeable support should anything go wrong. 

5. Get the most out of your new purchase.

You’ve selected a mobility scooter that you feel great about– now all that’s left is to put your new equipment into action and seize the opportunity to make this new chapter of your life full of new freedoms, great opportunities and an improved outlook. The transition to using motorized mobility equipment can present unfamiliar challenges, and will have different physical, emotional and social impacts on each person. 

Because preparation always makes the process smoother, we recommend taking a few key steps before your first day as a handicap scooter user. With the right advice and an engaged support system you will be ready to roll with confidence.

Understand how to charge your mobility scooter battery battery.

One of the most common (and easily avoidable) sources of problems with motorized mobility equipment is incorrect charging and maintenance of the battery. To optimize performance and reduce the risk of damage, make sure you understand the guidelines for your specific device. 

Most electric mobility scooter batteries should be charged every night. This takes an average of six to eight hours, though the time varies by make and model. Most devices include chargers with automatic shut off, allowing the user to plug it in at night and have fully charged batteries by morning. 

If you use your equipment outdoors, we always recommend leaving the house with a full charge. You should also bring your battery charger with you in case you have an unexpected need for it. 

Make your home wheel-friendly.

Making small adjustments to your home environment can significantly ease the transition into using your new mobility equipment. You can optimize a house or apartment for medical scooter use with low-cost, DIY additions such as entry ramps, lower shelving or grab rails. 

A top priority in this stage is making surfaces as smooth as possible, which could include removing rugs or paving gravel driveways with concrete. Bringing home a new mobility scooter can also be an opportunity to think about larger changes that could enhance your or your loved one’s quality of life, such as installing scooter lifts or designing a handicap-accessible bathroom.

Practice, practice, practice.

This is just the beginning of a long chapter, so be patient as you and the people in your life adjust to the daily realities of your new mobility solution. For instance, you may need to complete several test drives close to home before taking your scooter out on the town, or learn any local traffic laws that apply to your device. Friends and family should become familiar with the equipment as well, as they may be helping you assemble, transport and maintain it.

Give yourself extra time to get from place to place during this early stage, such as when taking your folding mobility scooter on a bus for the first time. As with other new skills you will see improvement every day—all the more so if you commit to practicing challenging tasks, seeking informative resources and welcoming support from loved ones.

You’re closer than ever to your perfect mobility solution!

Having read this guide you’ve already taken several important steps by getting to know the main types of each equipment and learning how to optimize the use of your new mobility solution. This information, combined with the support of a great vendor, will keep you feeling confident, informed and in control throughout the process.

We receive different questions from customers on a daily basis and have compiled a list of frequently asked questions and answered them below:

Use & performance

How to make my mobility scooter go faster

You can try adjusting the settings – refer to the manual guide - or it might just be a matter of learning how to use the controls.

Are mobility scooters allowed in stores?

Unfortunately, mobility scooters are often not allowed in stores.

Can you rent a mobility scooter?

Yes, certain companies allow you to rent their scooters. These can often be found online or in high tourist locations.

How to drive a mobility scooter

Ensure you are seated comfortably and have the controls firmly held. Exactly how a scooter may be driven will depend on the controls it uses. It might have a wheel, handles, or a joystick for input. Always refer to the model’s user guide.

How to lock a mobility scooter

You can lock your mobility scooter with the provided start key. Many models have other anti-theft measures installed as well. 

Should I buy a scooter?

When to get a mobility scooter

You should consider getting a mobility scooter when you can support yourself in navigating small distances but require assistance in moving larger distances. After discussing your situation with a doctor, a scooter is often the best option.

Do you have to be disabled to use a mobility scooter?

No, you can use a mobility scooter regardless of whether or not you have any disabilities.

What are mobility scooters used for?

Mobility scooters assist those requiring help in moving in their day-to-day life. They aim to provide independence and mobility – all in comfort and ease.

Taking care of your scooter

How much is mobility scooter insurance?

Mobility insurance can depend on the provider. The prices typically range between $65-$200 depending on the type of service provided and the time period covered. 

How and where should I store my mobility scooter?

A mobility scooter should ideally be stored indoors – keeping it out of the elements ensures longer durability. Indoor battery charging is also simply more practical.

Scooter capabilities

Speed

How fast can a mobility scooter go?

The average speed for a mobility scooter is 4 mph (6.5 kph), though heavy-duty models can reach speeds of 15 mph (24 kph) Different models go at different speeds – check your model.

Range

How far can I go on a full battery charge?

At the very least, scooters have a range of 5 miles (8 km), but very commonly reach over 10 miles (16). Some higher-end scooters are actually capable of 45 miles (72 km)! Each model has a different range and this is an important factor to consider when selecting your scooter.

Can I buy a battery that will last longer and allow me to go a longer distance?

Yes. This is often an option when buying your scooter and may be also arranged by contacting the manufacturer. Note, however, that many models are limited to specific batteries that are un-changeable.

Weight

What is the maximum weight a scooter can carry?

There are specific weight limits depending on the model of scooter. The supported weights range between 250 lbs through 450 lbs, with many options in between.

Troubleshooting & repairs

Why is my mobility scooter going slow?

You can try adjusting the settings or it might just be a matter of learning how to use the controls. If you’ve had your scooter for a while, it might be an indication that your batteries need replacing. 

Remember: your scooter has a weight capacity limit. If the combined weight (including shopping etc.) exceeds this limit, you won’t be getting optimal performance from your scooter.

If you’ve recently been over a fair number of curbs and potholes or exposed your device to water/dust, these might have damaged the motor, resulting in slower speeds. 

Who repairs mobility scooters?

If there are any issues, manufacturers will repair mobility scooters according to their warranty plan. Additional conveient options are available such as in-home service contracts from your retailer.

Scooters in different environments

Terrain

Can I take my scooter in the grass and on uneven surfaces?

Most mobility scooters are intended for paved pathways and will not perform well on dirt, gravel, or grass surfaces. There is a range of heavy-duty mobility scooters out there that will perform significantly better on these more rugged surfaces.

Shopping

Are mobility scooters allowed in stores?

Unfortunately, mobility scooters are often not allowed in stores.

The elements

Can you use mobility scooter in the rain?

Yes. Choose a model that features a built-in canopy for full protection.

Extra charges 

Do mobility scooters need road tax and insurance?

Mobility scooters do not currently require road tax or insurance. 

Weight

How much do mobility scooters weigh?

Mobility scooters weigh anything between 44 pounds (20 kg) to 400 pounds (180 kg) Choose a model that suits your needs. 

Which is the lightest mobility scooter?

EV Rider’s Transport Easy Move S19m is a highly recommended, super light mobility scooter. At 44 pounds (20 kg) it really makes traveling with your scooter a pleasure.

Easy transport

How to transport a mobility scooter

Certain models of mobility scooters can be folded or disassembled for easy transportation. These models are often relatively especially lightweight. Look out for them if this is something important to you.

Which mobility scooter is best for travel?

Any foldable scooter is suitable for travel. The best model for you will depend on your particular needs – compactness is important to some and weight is the big deal for others.

Public Transportation

Can mobility scooters go on buses?

In many instances, yes. The Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) has launched a Code of Practice aimed at regularising the carriage of mobility scooters on buses. The Code sets out which models of scooter are allowed on buses and which are not, based on size.

Can you take mobility scooter on a plane?

Yes. People commonly believe you can’t, but as long the batteries are gel-cell, it’s absolutely okay to do so. It’s best to notify the airline so they can make the appropriate arrangements in advance.

Are mobility scooters allowed on trains?

Some trains and train companies permit them, others require permits. It’s best to check before traveling.

Mobility scooters & the law

General

Do I need a driver’s license to operate a scooter?

No. Scooters are considered pedestrian transportation.

Can you drive a mobility scooter drunk?

No, you should never operate a vehicle while intoxicated. Drunk-driving is dangerous both to yourself and those around you.

Sidewalks & roads

Can I drive my scooter on the road?

Most mobility scooters are not legally allowed on the road – they’re designed to function as a pedestrian means of transportation.

Are medical scooters legal on sidewalks?

Yes, medical scooters are considered pedestrian transportation so they can definitely be used on sidewalks.

Are mobility scooters allowed in shops?

Unfortunately, mobility scooters are often not allowed in stores.

Are electric handicap scooters covered by Medicare?

Yes. But bear in mind the paperwork involved is tedious, needing to pass many levels, and will take a few months to complete 

Are electric handicap scooters covered by Medicare (when purchased online)?

Scooters purchased online are not covered by Medicare. There are strict rules regulating the way Medicare can be used - Medicare will only cover products obtained through Medicare doctors and providers.

Will Medicare cover pay for a mobility scooter purchased online?

No. Online retailers are an extremely convenient way to access a huge range of the best and most reasonably priced electric wheelchairs and mobility scooters on the market. Unfortunately, the strict rules governing Medicare suppliers prevent them from offering an online option.

Medicaid

Are handicap scooters covered by Medicaid?

Technically yes. But bear in mind the paperwork involved is tedious, needing to pass many levels, and will take a few months to complete. Medicaid will then pay for the majority of the mobility unit - up to 80% - you would pay a 20% deductible (copay).

Veteran Affairs

Does the VA provide mobility scooters?

Yes. In certain circumstances the VA does provide mobility assistance.

Buying, pricing & costs

Costs & expenses

How much is mobility scooter insurance?

Mobility insurance costs depend on the provider. The prices typically range between $65-$200 depending on the type of service provided and the time period covered. 

Are batteries and a charger included with the final mobility product price?

Yes, batteries and a charger are included in the prices listed on our site for scooters or power chairs. 

Do mobility scooters need road tax and insurance?

Mobility scooters do not currently require road tax or insurance.

Which is the best folding mobility scooter?

The Drive Medical Zoo-Me series is the place to go for a selection of the very best folding scooters. Choose between automatic close or manual close – both only take one easy motion/touch to collapse. They’re superlight - all under 60 lbs (27 kg) - travelling with and storing your scooter has never been easier.

What is the best mobility scooter for outdoors?

If you’re looking for protection from the elements, look out for models that include a cover or canopy. You might plan on using your scooter off-road, if so, you’ll need a model with high ground clearance to avoid all those bumps. Go for the Drive Medical’s Cobra GT4. It’s a meticulously designed, sophisticated outdoor scooter with a massive ground clearance of 7” (18 cm). 

Which is the lightest mobility scooter?

Easy Rider’s Transport Easy Move S19m is a highly recommended, super light mobility scooter. At 44 pounds (20 kg) it really makes traveling with your scooter a pleasure.

Which mobility scooter is best for travel?

Any foldable scooter is suitable for travel. The best model for you will depend on your particular needs – compactness is important to some and weight is the big deal for others.

Insurance

Are mobility scooters covered by insurance Technically speaking, yes. But bear in mind the paperwork involved is tedious, needing to pass many levels, and will take a few months to complete. 

Are mobility scooters covered by insurance (where purchased online)? 

Unfortunately, scooters sold online are not covered by insurance. However online retailers are an extremely convenient way to access a huge range of the best and most reasonably priced electric wheelchairs and mobility scooters on the market.

Get The Best Mobility Scooter Deals & Advice

Modern handicap scooters span a wide range of designs, features and customer benefits. To learn more about today’s best electric mobility solutions and how they can enhance your life, get in touch with Scooters ‘N Chairs. Our caring team of mobility experts are ready to listen, answer your questions and support you in this important journey to a better quality of life for 2020 and beyond.

At Scooters ‘N Chairs, our knowledgeable team is passionate about making the experience of buying mobility equipment as easy and enjoyable as possible. We would love to hear about your needs and help guide you toward the mobility scooter that will most powerfully enhance your or your loved one’s life.


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