The world of mobility scooters has change a lot over the years with modern technology and inovation making scooter mobility available for the most demanding applications. From nippy road legal scooters to powerful scooters for long haul journeys. Or a scooter than can travel on the beach or tackle difficult terrains - even ones that can cope with steps! Forget the restrictions of disability and look at the world of mobility with a range of heavy duty scooters that can take you anywhere, now available in the UK.
Mobility UK Offers a great range of heavy duty scooters to suit your every need from the best manufacturers in the world, now available in the UK at discounted prices.
View our scooter pictures, videos and specification manuals for all the popular models and buy with free UK nationwide delivery at discounted prices.Need more Power? View our Shoppers or Portable or Specialised scooters
Pride Apex Epic from £3000
Pride Colt Executive Scooter from £2900
Pride Colt Pursuit features a powerful drive train and large 33 cm wheels from £2000
Pride Maxima Scooter from £3300
Freerider FR 1 8mph heavy duty scooter £2950
The Freerider Land Ranger XL8 scooter large 8mph with off road capability for rough terrain £2500
Rascal Vision Class 3 Mobility Scooter £2580
Roma Medical Shoprider Grande 8 mph £1600
Drive Medical Royale 4 Sport £4435
Sterling Elite Xs 3 wheeled scooter £1900
Sterling Elite Xs 3 wheeled scooter £1440
Sterling S700 scooter £1500
TGA Breeze Midi £2800
TGA Breeze S4 top of the range mobility scooter £4300
TGA Mystere 8mph £2100
TGA Sonet Scooter £1700
The new Tga Vita 3 most advanced and stylish £2350
Vita 4 by TGA a stunning scooter with stand-out looks £3300
TGA Vita Lite £2000
TGA Vita Midi Sleek and stylish £2700
TGA Vita Sport £3500
Note* UK VAT, in many cases mobility accessories including wheelchairs and scooters are classed as VAT free. Please also note all 'road legal' (8mph) powered scooters and wheelchairs must be registered with DVLA. You may be entitled to a grant or assistance towards buying larger items such as chair lifts, adaptations, wheelchairs and scooters. Read more and where to apply on our 'Financial Assistance' page.
Kinds of movement scooter. In respect of the law, disability wheelchairs and scooters are divided into 2 classifications. Class 2 scooters / wheelchairs are meant for pavement use only they can travel at the maximum of 4mph, the legal limit for their usage is the pavement only. Class 3 scooters / power chairs are intended for use on the road or the pavement and can reach up to 8mph, but need to have a setting that can restrict their speed to 4mph for usage on the pavement. They also need to be fitted with lights and indicators and be registered with the DVLA to be used on the road.
Three categories are used in total:
eis study reports on 3 particular elements of the electric scooter market:
Profile of mobility scooter users. A new study of 480 scooter users was conducted and utilized to obtain a statistical profile of movement scooter users' background, scooter usage, acquiring concerns and safety. Making use of this information, a set of five personalities has been developed for use in policy making. These serve to demonstrate the wide range of scooter users' profiles, motivations and experiences.
Consultation on class 3 movement scooters:-. An assessment workshop was held with agents from scooter user groups, companies and regulative bodies to specifically check out problems affecting the purchase and use of class 3 mobility scooters, designed for road use, consisting of the sales process, licensing, registration and insurance.
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