A mobility scooter can have a huge impact on your quality of life. The freedom to go anywhere at anytime is a real boost to your independence, whether youíre shopping, visiting friends and family, or off on holiday. From compact travel scooters to long range road legal vehicles, we have only the very best mobility scooters for sale from the biggest disability scooter brand names.
Buying a new mobility scooter is a big investment, but itís a practical one too. An electric scooter will help you hold on to your independence and get out and about safely. And some folding models can even be taken on holiday, so you wonít have to hire one. But with so many mobility solutions for sale to choose from, finding the one that suits you can be a daunting decision.
There are a few different types of mobility scooter, each with features and benefits designed to suit specific needs and lifestyles. All of these can be ordered online or test driven in one of our UK mobility shops. We can help you decide if you need a boot scooter, a portable scooter, class 2 invalid carriage which is ideal for pavement use, or a class 3 road legal scooter that offers longer ranges and more features.
Folding mobility scooters use automatic folding frames, so there`s no need for awkward disassembly. With a click of a button on the scooter or a key fob, these travel scooters fold quickly to a compact, easy to store size, perfect for hassle free travel on public transport.
Travel mobility scooters are lightweight, portable models that can be dismantled for ease of storage and transportation. These are ideal for anyone looking to take their scooter on holiday, whether at home or abroad, or for short trips to the shops.
Pavement mobility scooters are generally larger in size, with bigger batteries offering a longer travel range. You will often find extra features, such as suspension systems and padded captain`s seats, to keep you comfortable over longer distances.
These road legal long-distance mobility scooters can travel at a maximum speed of 8mph, but must be limited to 4mph and below for pavement use. Safety features like lights, mirrors and efficient braking systems ensure they comply with British Government requirements for class 3 scooters. You do not need a driving licence to drive a road legal mobility scooter, however, you do need to register it with the DVLA, and insurance is recommended.
If you need more help deciding, read our Mobility Scooter buyers guide, watch our mobility scooter video review, or speak to one of our sales advisors on 0333 015 5000. If you are looking for a bargain, check the latest items in our mobility scooter outlet shop, where you will find great savings on refurbished scooters, which come with a CareCo warranty.