Cheap Mobility Scooters
Cheap doesn’t mean poor quality or basic functionality. Cheaper models are usually slightly smaller Class 2 mobility scooters. They still provide great functionality and features. The main difference between bigger and more expensive models is that they are equipped with smaller batteries and can handle less weight. Because they are less powerful you would not go as far as more expensive models. The longest range is usually about 10 miles. Having this in mind they are still great alternative to much more expensive Class 3 types.
It is important to decide on the budget first and than focus on features, performance and important functionality. Some important factors to look at are: weight limit, battery performance, speed, size, storage space, control functions, range, seating type and many other specifications which may be very important to you.
Class 2 vs Class 3 Mobility Scooters
Make sure you understand the difference between Class 2 and Class 3 mobility scooters. Class 3 scooters are usually larger, more expensive and provide similar functionality to what you would find in cars. Although the most important difference is that the mobility scooters class 3 can be driven on roads with maximum speed of 8mph.
Folding & lightweight mobility scooters
Depending on what is very important to you consider the following mobility scooters categories: folding mobility scooters, large mobility scooters, lightweight mobility scooters and medium pavement mobility scooters.
Mobility Scooters Accessories
If you are a happy owner of mobility scooter or planning to buy one you might be interested in getting some accessories for it too. We collected and reviewed the best and most popular accessories for mobility scooters. Have a look at the following accessories: thresholds, alarms, covers, bags, batteries, chargers, tyres, baskets, canopies, sheds, mirrors, trailers and many more.