Welcome to Mobility UK The least expensive mobility scooter and electrical power wheelchairs prices all over Crowborough and East Sussex.
Surf our massive variety of mobility items with free delivery in Crowborough and across Sussex. From Mobility Scooters, Electric wheelchairs, power chairs through to mobility equipment and also disability living aids all at low inexpensive prices. We also provide disability accessories and equipment to care homes and community health authorities throughout Sussex and the UK. So no matter what your needs are no matter if disability or mobility, Mobility UK has whatever for your care or equipment needs in Crowborough and East Sussex. Click any image listed here to go to that section in our showroom. or visit one of our East Sussex local sites in Rye, Crowborough, Hastings, Battle, Eastbourne, Hailsham, Heathfield, Newhaven, Lewis, Bexhill, Seaford, Uckfield. (See page bottom)
Pavement Mobility Scooters
Ideal for nipping down to the local shop. These light duty shopping mobility scooters do not need registering with the DVLA.
Road Mobility Scooters
Class 3 range is heavier duty road legal type normally at 8mph. Class 3 scooters must be registered with the DVLA.
Portable Mobility Scooters.
Perfect for quickly dismantling into the car boot for those trips away to the seaside or visiting friends.
Power wheel chairs can be used indoors or for longer journeys outside. Some are specially designed for all terrain use.
If what you need cannot be found on our site, do contact us and we shall aim to source it for you and for future inclusion in our mobility site. If you have a testimonial of a certain disability or wheelchair product, great or negative, do tell us so we could publish it to help other individuals.
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Wheelchair and special needs access to and around East Sussex
Favoured with regards to the coastline, Eastbourne and Hastings are certainly preferred sea side areas. The East Sussex surroundings are also wonderful to check out. With quite a few striking towns and wonderful design, its a great location to simply holiday around and encounter those tucked away little beauty locations.
East Sussex is not exclusively a favoured place to explore with regard to the day or holiday, however additionally as a property for a number of anyone with special needs or movability requirements. Drawn in by the more quiet atmosphere, unspoilt country side, friendly residents, coast places and fresh wholesome ocean atmosphere.
Eastbourne is favoured by many disabled men and women and wheelchair / personal mobility scooter people, as the surroundings are unaffected in many locations, however relatively flat. The promenade in Eastbourne has undergone significant renovation in the last few years and presently has a tough surfaced route that stretches from the eastern end as far west as Sovereign Harbour. Lots of its overall length is a shared bike path - wheelchair - pedestrian rigid surfaced road with markings for clear partition in between pedestrians and bikers.
Another location of magnificent sights which are quite easily available by mobility scooters and wheelchairs are Beachy Head. This popular peak on the chalk cliffs has an easily accessible traveler facility and route with amazing viewpoints over the ocean and lighthouse. Yet another terrific area is Broomhill Sands, where a surfaced ramp supplies availability onto a 400 metre area of the sea wall from the parking area giving excellent sights over Rye Bay.
Of course, there is in addition the Hastings Country Park. Spreading along the shoreline east of Hastings having varying wild habitats. Much of the park is coarse and tough to get access to unless you have an off road type power wheelchair, however, the Firehills spot has accessible routes, tourist center, picnic facilities, parking area and disabled washrooms.
The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is actually a mile long surfaced route running from the town towards the seashore. Fowl and wildlife are literally just about everywhere by this track and for eager ornithologists, there is likewise a swimming pool overseen by 2 birdwatching hides both equally having wheelchair access.
On a rainless day, the Seven Sisters Park is fantastic to visit. Its a big pale meadow location expanding below the hillsides and throughout the valley with a 2km long surface area track leading to the sea. The on-site facilities have effortless accessibility. If your planning to spend a relaxing couple of hours and take in the landscapes, its a vacation location to go to.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.
Visit our 'local' mobility pages in:- Rye - Crowborough - Hastings - Battle - Eastbourne - Hailsham - Heathfield - Newhaven - Lewis - Bexhill - Seaford - Uckfield - East Sussex - Index