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Choosing a mobility scooter

Mobility Scooters for People with Arthritis

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There are some ten million people in the UK living with arthritis. If you’re one of them you probably already know all too well about how it affects your ability to do things that most people take for granted. For many, walking becomes an exhausting painful challenge and a scooter offers a way to regain lost mobility. Continue reading

How do mobility scooter controls work?

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Rather like cars, most mobility scooter controls work in similar ways but with certain differences between makes and models and just like cars, there will be some which feel more comfortable or intuitive to you than others.

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Types of mobility scooter batteries

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Whether you are buying your mobility scooter brand new or second-hand, the battery is one of the most important things to get right. Equally, if you already have your mobility scooter, you need to know how to take proper care of the battery. In this article, we aim to give a bit more detail about the different types of batteries and to help you chose the right one.

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How to choose the right mobility scooter for you

Choosing a mobility scooter for the first time can be a confusing experience. No doubt you’re excited to get out and about and making the most of the freedom this vehicle offers, but there are so many different makes and models to filter through and to find the perfect scooter for your individual needs, you really need to know what you’re looking for.

With any life-changing investment, it’s wise to do your research before making a decision and you should choose the right mobility scooter to suit your lifestyle, size and day-to-day needs. Make the decision as simple as possible with our guide to finding your next scooter.

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