Best Mobility Scooters

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Top rated class 2 mobility scooter

Vive 4 Wheel Mobility Scooter

  • Up to 265 pounds user weight
  • Up to 12.4 miles per charge distance
  • Maximum speed of 3.7mph
  • Padded and wide 15.75′ seat and backrest
  • Disassemble into four separate pieces for transportation and storage
  • Control panel
  • 8′ flat-free, non-marking tyres

Top rated class 3 mobility scooter

VELECO 4 Wheeled Electric Mobility Scooter

  • 1000 W / rated motor voltage 60 V
  • Max. speed UK 8 mph (12 km/h)
  • Max range: 30-40 mi / 45-60 km
  • Breaks: Front: Disc / Rear: Drum
  • Max user weight: 25 st (160 kg)

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Mobility scooters are one of the best ways to regain your independence whilst not relying on other standard forms or transportation. Here you will find a wide range of mobility scooters from 4mph lightweight scooters up to luxury large 8mph road scooters. We aim to help you through the process of finding the perfect scooter to meet your mobility requirements.

How to choose the right mobility scooter

Mobility scooters come in three sizes; Lightweight, Medium and Large. Before committing to purchasing a new mobility scooter, consider the following points:

  • How often will you be using your scooter? Will you be using it to go to the local shop and back, or will it be a longer journey into town?
  • Where will your journeys normally take place? On the pavement, on a road, or ‘all terrain’?
  • Do you need to transport the scooter in a car?
  • How much can you safely lift?
  • Where will you be storing the scooter? Indoors or in a garage or shed?

Once you have had a think through the above, look through the following to see which class of mobility scooter would suit you best.

Best Lightweight Scooters

Lightweight scooters are perfect for the smaller journey and use around the home. They are light and easy to transport and usually breakdown into smaller parts making them easy to put into the boot of the car. Lightweight scooters are made with a smaller frame to make them easier to lift, but they do limit the passenger weight. They also have smaller batteries for ease of transport which makes them suitable for smaller journeys.

  • Small, compact and lightweight
  • Folds or breaks down into smaller parts for easier transport/storage
  • Perfect for use around the home
  • Lower maximum weight limit – usually up to 21 stone
  • Smaller battery so best suited for shorter journeys (around 10 miles)
  • Not suitable for road use
Lightweight Mobility Scooters

Best Large Road Mobility Scooters

VELECO 4 Wheeled Electric Mobility Scooter 1000W Faster Blue
Drive Medical Envoy 8 Plus Class 3 Mobility Scooter - Red
TGA Mobility Vita X Deluxe 4 All Terrain Class 3 Mobility Scooter - Metal Black
Roma Medical (Shoprider) Cordoba Class 3 Mobility Scooter 75Ah - Black
  • 1000W power
  • 30-35 miles range
  • Brake Front: Disc / Rear: Drum
  • Inflated Tires
  • Battery 5x 20 Ah/60 V
  • 500W power
  • 30 miles range
  • All round suspension
  • Black pneumatic tyres
  • Delta bars as standard
  • Battery - 50ah 12v x 2
  • LED lights
  • 20 miles range
  • User weight up to 25 stone (158kg)
  • Clear digital display
  • Stunning 5-spoke alloy wheels
  • Low profile pneumatic tyres
  • Fully adjustable, contoured and rotating seat
  • 75ah battery
  • Full suspension
  • Black non-marking tyred wheels
  • Delta handle
  • etachable fold-down lockable 4 position swivel Captain seat
  • 35 mile range
VELECO 4 Wheeled Electric Mobility Scooter 1000W Faster Blue
  • 1000W power
  • 30-35 miles range
  • Brake Front: Disc / Rear: Drum
  • Inflated Tires
  • Battery 5x 20 Ah/60 V
Drive Medical Envoy 8 Plus Class 3 Mobility Scooter - Red
  • 500W power
  • 30 miles range
  • All round suspension
  • Black pneumatic tyres
  • Delta bars as standard
  • Battery - 50ah 12v x 2
TGA Mobility Vita X Deluxe 4 All Terrain Class 3 Mobility Scooter - Metal Black
  • LED lights
  • 20 miles range
  • User weight up to 25 stone (158kg)
  • Clear digital display
  • Stunning 5-spoke alloy wheels
  • Low profile pneumatic tyres
  • Fully adjustable, contoured and rotating seat
Roma Medical (Shoprider) Cordoba Class 3 Mobility Scooter 75Ah - Black
  • 75ah battery
  • Full suspension
  • Black non-marking tyred wheels
  • Delta handle
  • etachable fold-down lockable 4 position swivel Captain seat
  • 35 mile range

As the name implies, large mobility scooters can be used on the road providing they are taxed. This can be done for free through the DVLA (more information visit the Gov Website). Road scooters have a much larger weight capacity and can usually carry up to 30 stone, however due to the size of the scooter they are not easy to transport. Large scooters also have a greater range and journeys of up to 30 miles can be achieved before the batteries need to be recharged. As large road scooters do not fold down you’ll need somewhere secure dedicated to storing the scooter, such as a garage or shed.

  • Can be used on the roads (if taxed)
  • Top speed of 8mph
  • Larger carrying capacity
  • Greater battery range – usually up to 30 miles
  • Includes lights for use on the road
  • Not easy to transport
  • Requires dedicated storage area
Large Road Mobility Scooters

Pavement Medium Mobility Scooters (Class 2)

Looking for something in between? Not too small but not too large? This is the page where you will find the best mobility scooters models in Class 2 disability. It means you can’t drive them on roads. Maximum speed limit is 4mph.

Best Medium Mobility Scooters

Generally not as easy to fold down to transport in a car, however they do have the advantage over lightweight scooters in that they have a larger weight capacity. Medium scooters also come with larger batteries so they can handle longer journeys (around 20 miles) and can travel at speeds of up to 6mph. Some medium weight scooters (Class 3) can be used on the road if they’re taxed.

  • Larger weight carrying capacity
  • Longer range journeys (20 miles)
  • Not as easy to transport in a car
  • Class 3 models can be used on the road

Rascal Veo Sport

This is really nice and well equipped mobility scooter. It has 2 x 14ah batteries and great range of up to 13 miles. You will enjoy riding this scooter thanks to padded delta tiller and luxury seat. We love sporty details which make the scooter look really modern and stylish.

Rascal Veo Sport

  • 2 x 14ah batteries
  • 13 miles range
  • Solid tyres

Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller LX Mobility Scooter

This is slightly upgraded version of basic GOGO model. You get suspension seat, wrap around Delta tiller, Kerb light on the front, larger basket, high level charging port on the tiller and higher ground clearance. The top speed is 4mph and maximum range on full battery up to 8 miles. This is nice mobility scooter for day to day use. Other features are: front LED lights, removable battery back, 360 degree swivel seat, adjustable angle tiller and solid tyres.

Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller LX

  • 4 mph max speed
  • 8 miles range
  • Great features

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