You’ve read up on all the buying advice and chosen your mobility scooter. You may already have taken delivery of a new vehicle. Now you will want to make sure you are up to date with any legal requirements and know the rules and regulations that will affect you. Is there a highway code for mobility scooter users, do you need tax, MOT, insurance or a driving licence?
Before purchasing a mobility scooter, you will want to make sure that when it comes to travelling with a mobility scooter further than the range of the scooter, either by bus or train, taxi or by plane, that you can take your scooter with you. Here you can find out the most important factors to take into consideration before choosing which scooter to buy, whether you commute to work daily or want to visit friends or relatives in other towns, or even want to fly off to sunny beaches on holiday, you will want to know what features to look out for, and what the rules and regulations are. Continue reading
For those living with a disability or restricted mobility, having a mobility scooter allows you to move around independently and remain active in your community. If you’re new to driving a scooter, however, learning the rules of the road as you get used to handling your new means of transport can seem a little daunting.
Follow our simple tips to staying safe on your mobility scooter when you’re out and about.