Highway Code for Mobility Scooter Users Like all vehicles a mobility scooter can cause considerable damage to both the general public and its user if it collides with someone or another vehicle.
Boot (Portable) & Pavement (4MPH Max)
Boot scooters are compact and easy to dismantle which makes them ideal for the boot of your car. Boot mobility scooters allow you the flexibility and independence to go anywhere as they’re easily transportable. Our range of boot scooters provide you with many different benefits so you can choose the best one to suit your needs. When purchasing a medium or pavement scooter it’s important that you choose the one best suited to your needs. A scooter can make all the difference between being completely independent with no limits to being stuck in the house. WORK ON THIS When purchasing a pavement scooter there are a few things to consider. Are you likely to take the scooter in the car with you? If you live out of town and would need to go on roads then maybe a road legal model is better suited or if you’re likely to transport it to a destination maybe a boot model would be better suited. Are you likely to use it in busy or tight spaces? If so you’ll need to consider a model which has a great manoeuvring record so that you can easily get out of tight spaces. What’s the access to your property like? Dependant on this you might need to consider a narrower model which will be better suited to your entrance. Some of the above sounds very simple but it’s all worth considering when purchasing the right pavement scooter for you.
The Apex Finesse Mobility Scooter features Comfort-Trac front and rear independent suspension for high performance.
The compact and comfortable mobility scooter for socialising around town. Looking for a compact, 4mph mobility scooter with big features? Then look no further than the S400.