Before you buy a battery replacement for your mobility scooter make sure to know which one you need. Apart from the power and voltage it is important what type of battery you need. All the batteries usually need replacing every 12-18 months depending on your usage. You can charge them from standard socket via the battery charger. It is advised to never run them all the way down and do not leave dead battery without charging for longer than a day.
You will find 3 different types of batteries for mobility scooters: Lead Acid batteries, Gel Cell batteries and AGM batteries. Check your mobility scooter technical documentation for what type you need.
Your mobility matters and with such importance at stake, it pays to have the right type of battery. All mobility scooter batteries are not the same and different battery types matter, so here are the various types of mobility scooter batteries available and along with the best batteries you can purchase today.
AGM Batteries – These batteries offer a glass mat between battery plates for optimal power. It remains affordable and is designed in a maintenance free format.
Gel Batteries – A gel electrolyte liquid offers a slower charge. The main benefit of this battery is its overall longevity. You will see gel batteries in many all terrain type mobility scooters.
Lead Crystal Batteries – if you have a class 3 scooter, you likely have lead crystal batteries. They offer a long lifespan and tend to be among the more durable battery varieties.
Lithium Batteries – Lithium batteries are often offered on more higher end models. They are lightweight and offer optimal longevity in portable scooter varieties.