Buying a mobility scooter is an exciting process.
With various makes and models
on the
market, each with
a different set of
features. Add the multiple accessories on offer; it’s no surprise you may be confused.
Today’s blog outlines the differences between each type of scooter
and the features they include, hopefully helping you make a final decision.



They are designed to be lightweight and compact.
Ideal for trips to the shops and days out with family and friends and small
enough to be taken on holiday, travel scooters are incredibly portable.

Fitted with an intelligent built-in mechanism, you can break travel

scooters into individual sections; their narrow frames and shorter lengths make travel
scooters easy to maneuver. Usually include a battery ranging from 10 – 15 Ah in power, giving you an estimated distance
between 12 – 24km.


scooters are ideal for riders looking
to get out and about in their town or city. Designed
to be comfortable enough
for longer journeys yet easy enough
to maneuver shops and malls, pavement scooters typically include four wheels with either solid or pneumatic tires, a larger padded swivel seat, and a tiller bar. This type of scooter is better suited to users looking to get out and about regularly
or those requiring
a more comprehensive distance range.

Fitted with bigger batteries, 22ah and up, and can range up to 35km.



All-terrain mobility scooters
are perfect for
the rider that wants to do a little more
than just drive on the pavement. Great for taking to the park, golf, walking trails,
or the grandkids to the playground. Our All Terrain scooters

fitted with ultra-comfortable padded

swivel captain’s seats, with flip-up armrests. They feature suspension systems to protect you from bumpy roads and have hard-wearing pneumatic
tyres. They offer
the longest travel

– some of our scooters can travel 50 km on a single

www.mobilityscooters direct