When it comes to mobile scooters for disabled, you have more choices today than ever before. While that is a positive thing, it can also make it challenging to decide which mobility scooter is the most appropriate for you or a loved one. We highlight four mobile scooters for the disabled below that each has unique features to appeal to users with unique mobility needs.
The Maxima mobility scooter can support up to 500 pounds and has a front basket for holding personal items. This scooter is available in three and four-wheel models. The large, deep, and wide seat makes for a comfortable and supportive ride. Some other distinguishing characteristics of the Maxima include:
The stable design and front basket of the Go-Go® ES2 mobile scooter allow you to carry groceries or other items in the front basket. This scooter has a weight capacity of up to 250 pounds. Other features include:
The Victory® 9.2 mobile scooter is ideal if you lead an active lifestyle and need a unit that can keep up with you. The one-handed feather-touch disassembly feature comes in handy when it comes time to transport your scooter. You can choose from Candy Apple Red or Ocean Blue for your shroud color. Other notable features of this scooter include:
When you need to make turns around sharp corners indoors you can depend on the Jazzy® Zero Turn mobility scooter to do it with no room for error. That makes it easy to navigate in small spaces such as elevators and hallways. Here are the most prominent features of this scooter:
At Pride, we understand that you have many options in purchasing mobile scooters for the disabled. If you have additional questions about one of the above models or a different model that interests you, please contact your local Pride Mobility dealer.