Buying a mobility scooter is one of the best investments you can make toward a more mobile and independent lifestyle. With so many electric scooters on the market, how do you know which one is right for you? First, we suggest taking a look at your way of life. If you are always on the go and want to keep up with that lifestyle, it’s best to pick a scooter that will enhance and promote activity, rather than limit it. While all motorized scooters are helpful in different ways, if you are looking for a bit of extra mobility as you’re out and about, we recommend looking into the best portable electric scooter for you.
Portable Electric Scooters for Your Active Lifestyle
Do you enjoy shopping and going out to lunch with your loved ones but find that moving from the car to the curb takes a little longer than it used to? While some scooters are bigger in size and designed mostly for outdoor use, investing in a lightweight portable scooter is helpful for when you need a quick and simple solution.
What makes a portable electric scooter different from other scooters? Portable scooters tend to be more lightweight and can be easily transported. Some scooters, like our Go-Go® travel line, disassemble into five lightweight pieces, making it easy to fit into the trunk of a midsized vehicle. Other scooters, like the iRIDE™, have a foldable tiller controlled by an adjustment knob, making it compact and easy to store in the trunk of a compact vehicle.
Portability means easy transportation and easy transportation means less hassle. Less hassle means more going out.
Lightweight Portable Scooters for Travel
If you enjoy traveling, then you really want to find the best portable electric scooter for you. Travel mobility scooters are built with their purpose right in their name. Scooters like the iRIDE™ are lightweight and portable, making them easier to transport, plus they’re also built with an air-safe lithium-ion battery pack. You can take your scooter along with you, wherever you go in the world. Ride safely in the comfort of your own scooter no matter where your journey takes you! Check out our travel blog to learn more about the benefits of traveling with a mobility scooter.
Buying a Portable Electric Scooter
If you’ve decided that you want to purchase a portable electric scooter, but don’t know where to start, we have resources to help! Check out our article on how to buy a travel mobility scooter to learn more. Your ride awaits!
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Hi, is there a comparison list of powered wheelchair weight capacities?
Hi Steve! Thank you for visiting our blog, sure thing! You can visit this link which will take you to a pdf of our power wheelchairs side by side where you can view specifications like weight capacity and other details https://www.pridemobility.com/pdf/brochures/endtoend/jazzyendtoend.pdf
if you would like to see any of the models on that page in further detail you can also visit this link to search for the preferred model: https://www.pridemobility.com/jazzy-power-chairs/models.asp
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I purchased a DWR1234l799 mobility power chair from a thrift store and do not have a manual. (I would like to know if or where I can obtain one.). Also, and more importantly, I need help in charging it up. I’ve tried but nothing happens. Do I need to order a new battery? or battery charger? or am I doing something wrong? I really need some help with this problem. Can you help me?
Steven C.(I do not know what a URL is)
Hi Steven! I hope you are doing well, thank you for visiting our blog. It sounds like that might be a part number for a component that is on the power chair. If you have a photo or if you can see any decals on the base color shroud portion of the chair it should say the model name.
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looking for a very liteweight small scooter solely for travel from bed to toilet. I am a leg amputee and would like to be able t move in the night without putting on leg and disturbing wife. I am President of LA County, CAAmputee Support group and want to provide info. also to my members. Thanks. Phil Tamoush 310-540-3921
Hi Phil! Thank you so much for your question, you’re going to receive a call from one of our customer support specialists, Angel soon.