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Pavement or as sometimes called, shopper scooters have given millions of people with mobility difficulties a new life. Pavement scooters often with three wheels  are adequately speedy at 4mph and manouverable enough for local journeys out and about and many are designed as extra manourable for around the house.
Mobility UK Offers the widest choice of mobility scooters in the UK. There are designs, sizes and prices to suit everyone We cannot feature all the variations of colours, so once you select a suitable mobility scooter, you may find there are also other colours available.
Need more Power? View our Heavy Duty or Portable or Specialised scooters

Apex Finesse
Pride Apex Finesse with Comfort-Trac front and rear independent suspension from £1300
ride Apex Spirit Electric Scooter
Pride Apex Spirit Electric Mobility Scooter from £1400
Pride Apex Sprint Electric Scooter
Pride Apex Sprint Electric Scooter A Light, Portable Mid-range Scooter from £1200
Pride Colt Deluxe
Pride Colt Deluxe sleek, sporty Deluxe mobility scooter from £1300
Pride Colt Sport 8mph Electric Scooter
The Pride Colt Sport compact 8mph road legal from £1500
Pride Colt Twin electric scooter
Sleek and sporty Pride Colt Twin electric scooter £1200
Drive Medical King Cobra
Drive Medical King Cobra £3200
Freerider City Ranger 6 electric scooter
Freerider City Ranger 6 £1350
Heartway Aviator Mobility Scooter
Heartway Aviator Mobility Scooter £1900
Komfi Rider 8000 8 MPH Scooter
Komfi Rider 8000 8 MPH Scooter £1350
Pride Apex Epic 8mph Scooter
Pride Apex Epic 8mph Scooter £2750
Pride Apex Spirit 4mph electric Scooter
Pride Apex Spirit 4mph Mobility Scooter £1150
Pride Colt Deluxe 6mph scooter
Pride Colt Deluxe 6mph supreme performance and exhilarating style £1080
Pride Colt Executive 8mph Scooter
Pride Colt Executive 8mph outdoor performance with luxurious features £2400
Pride Colt Plus Scooter
Pride Colt Plus Mobility Scooter feature rich with luxury touches £1050
8mph Colt Sport electric scooter
The compact 8mph Colt Sport electric scooter £1250
Rascal 388D Electric  Scooter
Rascal 388D Electric Scooter a narrow, compact chassis for ease of manoeuvring £890
Rascal 388S Electric Scooter
Rascal 388S Electric Scooter £820
Rascal 850 4mph / 8mph Scooter
Rascal 850 4mph / 8mph Scooter Enjoy the best of both worlds! £1410
Rascal Frontier 8mph Road Legal
Rascal Frontier 8mph Road Legal £1300
Rascal Pioneer
Rascal Pioneer fully road legal Class 3, 8mph £1700
Rascal Vantage X 6mph pavement scooterRascal Vantage X 6mph pavement scooter £1230
Rascal Ventura  8 mph mobility scooter
Rascal Ventura 8 mph shopper scooter £2000
Roma Granada 8mph Electric Scooter
Roma Granada 8mph Electric Mobility Scooter £1400
Shoprider Perro Electric scooter
Shoprider Perro road / pavement scooter 6mph / 4mph £1100
Shoprider Lyon electric scooter
Shoprider Lyon electric scooter is a good all round scooter £950
Roma Medical Sorrento S742
Roma Medical Sorrento S742 Shopper £1100
Shoprider Cordoba Heavy Duty Scooter
Shoprider Cordoba Heavy Duty Mobility Scooter £1600
Roma Medical Shoprider Sovereign 4mph pavement scooter
Roma Medical Shoprider Sovereign 4mph pavement scooter £850
Shoprider Sovereign 3 mobility scooter is beautifully crafted and sturdily built
Shoprider Sovereign 3 beautifully crafted and sturdily built £900
Shoprider Torino
Shoprider Torino a real heavy-duty shopper £1800
Sterling Diamond scooter
Sterling Diamond a distinctive, luxurious look, be anything but ordinary £1300
Sterling Elite XS4 8mph scooter
Sterling Elite XS4 8mph shopper £1800

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 mobility items such as chair lifts, adaptations, wheelchairs and scooters. Read more and where to apply on our 'Financial Assistance' page.
All specifications subject to change without notice.
Prices shown are a guidline and may change.

Types of mobility scooters - A UK study Article 2017:

Legally, scooters are divided into 2 classifications.
Class 2 mobility scooters are meant for pavement usage just-- they can only reach 4mph, the legal limit for use on the pavement.
Class 3 mobility scooters are intended for usage on the road or the pavement-- they can reach up to 8mph, but should have a setting that can restrict their speed to 4mph for use on the pavement. They should be fitted with lights and indicators and be signed up with the DVLA to be used on the road.
This report and numerous marketing products further divide class 2 scooters into 2 categories based upon their style.

3 classifications are used in total:
Class 2 boot scooter: dismantles or folds to be brought in an automobile boot.
Class 2 pavement scooter: larger, not meant for vehicle boot use.
Class 3 road scooter: created for road usage.

Research study activities:- This study reports on three particular elements of the scooter market:
Disability scooter market trends:
Released industrial market information and two current market studies of the mobility items sector by the Workplace of Fair Trading (OFT) and Customer Focus have actually been examined to help figure out the present size of the mobility scooter market, numbers of UK scooter users and future trends. Market information and trends were likewise discussed with a number of essential market stakeholders including the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA), Motability and a sample of retailers and distributors.

Profile of mobility scooter users. A study of 480 scooter users was carried out and used to inform a statistical profile of movement scooter users' background, scooter use, purchasing concerns and safety. Drawing on this information, a set of five personalities has been developed for usage in policy making. These serve to demonstrate the vast array of scooter users' profiles, motivations and experiences.

Assessment on class 3 mobility scooters. An assessment workshop was held with representatives from scooter user groups, organisations and regulatory bodies to particularly check out issues affecting the purchase and use of class 3 scooters, developed for roadway use, consisting of the sales process, licensing, registration and insurance coverage.
2.2 Key findings Our review of released market data and research and assessment to investigate market size and patterns found that:
There is a lack of detailed, reliable industrial data on the size of the mobility scooter market. Published information concentrates on sales value rather than units offered. "Best price quotes" put the variety of systems sold per year at roughly 80,000 and overall variety of UK users at around 300-350,000.? All information and our consultation validate high levels of annual sales growth in the sector (5-10%) with evidence of increased advertising and a broadening variety of retail alternatives - expert and mainstream shops, charity trading arms, second-hand sales, brochure and online sellers.
Online retail is growing and offers considerably more affordable products, but does not provide consumers the same opportunities for the necessary user assessment and training that all stakeholders advise.

Scooters market study:-
Costs of movement scooters vary commonly. Recommended list prices (RRPs) are extensively released but do not precisely represent prices which are frequently considerably lower.
The scooters have an unpredictable status: are they a "disability" or a "way of life" product? This obscurity might impact exemption of VAT on purchase.
Mobility scooters are fairly robust and can be utilized for a number of years.
Some stakeholders noted that efficiency claims made by makers and suppliers, especially with respect to battery life, variety, speed and climbing ability, are frequently unreliable.
Our UK-wide 480 individual survey to examine the profile and experiences of scooter users discovered that:
53% of respondents were under 65 years of ages, suggesting that scooter users include many more youthful individuals.
48% of participants owned a wheelchair in addition to a mobility scooter and 27% owned more than one type of scooter.? Many respondents were reliant on their mobility scooter: 74% said they would not make the exact same journeys if they could not use their scooter.
Class 2 boot scooters were the most common type of scooter owned.
Almost all participants took a trip on the pavement and 45% took a trip on roads.
21% of participants reported accidents or incidents on their scooter, primarily on pavements. However, the majority of these were relatively small and involved tipping not collisions.
59% had received some training in using a scooter.
51% of scooters owned were purchased from a shop and 30% were purchased online (the remainder were purchased from pals or acquaintances or through printed advertisements in eg newspapers).
Our assessment workshop with stakeholders to talk about problems of concern around class 3 scooter users found that:
New buyers are not guaranteed access to great info and evaluation of their requirements due to a lack of available product information and suggestions about ways to determine suitability for an individual user.
There is a perceived absence of training and familiarisation opportunities essential to make sure safe use of mobility scooters.
The function and specific requirements of the registration of class 3 electric scooters are unclear.
Scooter legislation is frequently not followed by buyers, retailers or producers, either due to the fact that it is not understood or because of flaws in the system.
There is a perceived lack of interest in policing the guidelines impacting making use of mobility scooters and an absence of information on the genuine threats of movement scooter use.
Disposing of electric scooters after use has problems-- recycling is tough and costly, and registration requirements cause problems with both disposal and re-sale.

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