It looks like the mobility scooter issue is shaping up again in the United Kingdom.
The UK’s Daily Express kicked off a recent article with this- “A NEW menace is stalking our streets – The Mobility Scooter”
Here’s a neat way to transport your mobility scooter or powered wheelchair.
ScootaTrailer isn’t the first ever trailer designed for towing your ride around behind you, but it does look like the designers have given it a great deal of thought and some features worth taking a look at.
Here’s a mean mobility scooter that runs on four batteries and can bag-A at 15mph.
As you can see by the image, the X-Treme Mobility Scooter is tricked out with motorcycle styling that includes a central headlight, dual mirrors, and hydraulic front wheel suspension and drum brakes. The motors are powered by four batteries and controlled by a digital, sealed, rain and weather proof controller via a variable speed twist throttle.
Tricked out for the high road, the Afikim Sportster B&C mobility scooter is designed for street use and mixed terrain use.
One of the new breed of mobility scooters that many users are calling Muscle Mobility Scooters. Muscle, because they pack more power, tougher suspension, higher clearance, and more miles per hour than the average street scooter. This all combines to make off-roading and getting to places that are inaccessible to mobility scooter users a possibility.
A reader left a comment on the previous Night Riding post regarding the SmartSensor by Amigo. It’s really the type of product worth writing about. SmartSensor was designed by Amigo Mobility International for use on their mobility scooters for purposes of avoiding collisions and thereby making for a safer environment and a safer user experience. [...]
The new Avenger mobility scooter is big on size, big on weight capacity, and is designed to tackle uneven terrain.
It looks like Bischoff & Bischoff of Germany have struck at both ends of the mobility scooter spectrum with their new products. The Orbis, a mobility scooter for use in difficult terrain and curb hopping, and the Agil, a lightweight transportable mobility scooter that can be folded up and tossed in your trunk. Here’s the [...]
This mobility scooter gets you two for the price of one. Well, as long as you are both going the same way. The Yongkand Wecker WEO-015 from China offers a rumble seat reminiscent of the earlier days of the auto. Ladies, tie your bonnets on tight and gents keep one hand on that new Panama. [...]
TravelScoot may just be the lightest and most transportable mobility scooter out there. This pocket sized mover weighs in at 49 poiinds with batteries and 29 pounds with the batteries removed. TravelScoot is designed for those who have walking difficulties, but are otherwise still fairly mobile. The obvious benefits are the units transportability and as [...]