Different mobility scooters are tailored to suit different needs. They are ideally designed for people with difficulty walking or who need extra assistance. They are available in various sizes, styles, and levels of power to accommodate people with different levels of disability and needs. Some scooters also feature additional facilities like adjustable seats and storage compartments.
They are lightweight and easy to transport, making them ideal for those who need to take their scooter with them in a car. Although there are handicap equipped vans available in the market to address the needs of people with mobility, these foldable scooters will only aid to the need. They also offer the convenience of storing them away when not in use.
- They are transport friendly
The great thing about folding mobility scooters is that you can use them across different kinds of transport.
Nonfolding mobility scooters most likely won’t fit in your car or on a bus and they definitely wouldn’t be easily stored on a plane or train.
Folding mobility scooters fold up in one movement and then can be easily stored in your boot or in storage areas on public transport.
- You can take them into shops with you
Many shops don’t allow mobility scooters in their shops and will politely ask for you to leave them outside.
Folding mobility scooters fold to the size of a small suitcase and can then be carried around the shop with you. This prevents the potential of loss of damage to the scooter.
- You can store them easier at home
Large mobility scooters are harder to store. Plus, they take up a load of space in your home or garage and may even need their own storage shelter to be built especially.
Folding mobility scooters fold up nice and small and they can be stored anywhere in the home. They save space and don’t clutter up your home.