What To Look For In a Mobility Scooter

What To Look For In a Mobility Scooter


Scooters and powered wheelchairs can be sturdy or a bit lighter, depending on the surfaces you travel on most. 

The key question to consider is whether you need the scooter to be portable. Scooters by their nature are heavy pieces of equipment that include large batteries ...

Tips to Choose the Best Mobility Scooter

  • Indoor or outdoor use. You should consider where you plan to ride your scooter the most often
  • Fit of the Scooter. The fit of your mobility scooter can affect your comfort
  • Controls
  • Seating
  • Portability and storage
  • Maximum recommended incline
  • Speed of the scooter

Tips for Buying a Mobility Scooter

  • Storage options at home.
  • Choose the right scooter class.
  • Your personal needs.
  • How many wheels do you want
  • Where will you be using the mobility scooter
  • What distances will you be using your mobility scooter for
  • Test drive the mobility scooter before your buy

I want to try before I buy, how do I do this?

We currently only have the one premises in Reigate, Surrey and you are more then welcome to come into our office and we can demonstrate one outside for you

If you are a little further away, then we do offer a 14 Try At Home Scheme where you can try the soccer out in the comfort of your own home. Alternatively, if neither of these options are suitable for you then we can offer a video demonstration through Zoom, WhatsApp, Facetime or Skype 

Take a look at our Try At Home Scheme page here: https://bettyandbertie.com/pages/try-at-home


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