Mobility Scooters

Mobility Scooters from Silver Cross

By: Silver Cross  26-04-2016
Keywords: Mobility Scooters, Mobility Scooter

Mobility Scooter Types, Features and Maintenance Mobility scooters (or “scooters”) are designed for people who lack the strength or ability to walk or operate a manual wheelchair. They are battery powered and may have three or four wheels. Unlike power chairs, mobility scooters are steered by tillers. Pride GoGo Elite Plus 4 Wheel | Mobility Scooters | Silver Cross Types of Mobility Scooters There are three main types of mobility scooters: travel/portable, three-wheel and four-wheel. Travel/portable—Travel scooters can fold or be disassembled, usually into three or four parts that will fit into the trunk of a car or as airplane cargo. These scooters tend to be lighter than full-sized three- or four-wheel scooters. Three-wheel mobility scooters have a tight turning radius, making them easier to use indoors. 4-wheel mobility scooters are more stable and the risk of their tipping is relatively low. They maneuver well over rough terrain and hills.

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