Three Easy Ways to Get your Mobility Scooter into your Car Boot

Three Easy Ways to Get your Mobility Scooter into your Car Boot

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Let’s set the scene… you need to get the mobility scooter into your car boot which isn’t always an easy task. It can be awkward to lift and a lot of bending down too! 

Luckily there are aids to help reduce this issue and ensure your safety remains the top priority.

Ramps

You may only need some indoor ramps to go over the threshold of the front door, or you may need a heavy duty ramp to help get your mobility scooter or wheelchair in and out of the car. That’s why our best recommendations are ramps that are lightweight and easy to install and easy to fold up and carry, but still strong enough to carry heavy mobility scooters. 

  1. Aerofold Ramp

  2. Supportec Portable Wheelchair Ramp

Hoists

Betty and Bertie Scooters are ideal for the Autochair Lifter LM Range. With a max lifting weight of either 40kg or 80kg, this lifter is perfect for smaller, lighter mobility vehicles and can help you get out and about quickly and easily. With a fully automated lifting function, operated through the touch of a button, this lifter will eliminate the need to pick up your scooter when putting into or taking from the car. The Lifter LM is operated with a simple four button control, easily folds away to allow you to use your boot when needed and is wired into your car to allow for easy quick use.

  1. Autochair

Portable

Or if you prefer it then look into a portable mobility scooter that is lightweight enough to be carried in and out of the car.  There are also a lot of folding mobility scooters that can be broken down into separate parts that make it easier for car journeys.


2 comments


  • Colum O farrell

    Enquiry fitting hoist arm into Mercedes GLC 2016 inc price


  • Pamela Spetch

    I am looking at the Zinnia scooter but its too heavy to lift unto the car for me. I do not want a hoist fitting as car is nearing end of lease. Do the lightweight ramps need me to push it up the ramp?


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