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Is It Time for You to Buy a Mobility Scooter?

Do You Need a Mobility Scooter? Do you:

  • have trouble walking for extended periods of time
  • experience difficulty managing a walker, cane or crutches
  • use oxygen and need to conserve your
  • suffer from constant joint pain, such as rheumatoid arthritis

If you are experiencing any of these, you may benefit from using a mobility scooter.

Things you should consider when you are buying a mobility scooter:

  • Does the chair offer enough cushion for you?
  • Does the chair rotate easily from side to side or is it stationary?
  • Is the chair adjustable up or down?
  • Is there enough room for your legs to rest comfortably?
  • How long does it take for the battery to fully charge?
  • How far can you travel before the battery needs to be recharged?
  • How fast can the scooter go?
  • What is the maximum weight a scooter can hold?
  • Is the size of the scooter airline-friendly?
  • Is it easy to take the scooter apart of fold it?
  • Who will service the scooter if there is a problem?

You should be able to get the answer to all of these questions from any reputable dealership.

If you think it’s time for you to buy a mobility scooter or you’re just interested in learning more, contact a local mobility specialist today to find out which scooter is the right one to get you moving again.

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What Type of Scooter is Right for You?

Pride® Mobility Scooters | Enhance Your Mobility

When it comes to mobility solutions, Pride® electric scooters offer different models that will cater to your specific needs. You will find a scooter for every budget and application. From the compact, lightweight Go-Go Elite Traveller® portable scooter, to the full-sized Pursuit® luxury personal mobility vehicle, you are sure to find the perfect motorized scooter.

Pride FDA Class II Medical Devices are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments.