When you’re in need of mobility scooters Middlesex, look no further, at Additional Aids Mobility we stock a selection of high quality mobility scooters. Whatever you’re looking for you’re bound to find something that matches your requirements when you choose from the selection at Additional Aids Mobility. Our range of mobility scooters that we supply to customers throughout Middlesex are of the highest quality available in three different sizes including small, medium and large, all of which come with a range of features for you to consider when choosing the mobility scooter best suited to you and your lifestyle, at Additional Aids Mobility, we really do have something for everyone.
Our quality range of high performance mobility scooters from top leading brands, have all of the features necessary to enable you to experience the freedom of getting out and about. With our range of high performance mobility scooters you can travel in complete comfort and style. With a range of mobility scooter models, sizes and power options our qualified team of professionals can find the exact mobility scooter for your requirements and own individual needs. Whether you intend to use your mobility scooter for an occasional shopping trip, or for more intensive daily use then the qualified professionals at Additional Aids Mobility will have the perfect mobility scooter for your needs.
Here at Additional Aids Mobility, we pride ourselves on providing a huge selection of mobility scooters for sale throughout Middlesex. We have multiple options for electric mobility scooters including 8mph road mobility scooters, ultra-lightweight folding mobility scooters, boot mobility scooters, pavement mobility scooters and 4 mph indoor and outdoor scooters.
Choosing the Right Mobility Scooter
If you are looking to improve your quality of life, then be sure to invest in one of our quality mobility scooters. Today’s mobility scooters are far more advanced than the mobility scooters that were available a few years ago. The range of mobility scooters we offer throughout Middlesex come with many different options to choose from, not least in the large range of styles and colours you can choose from.
When it comes to choosing your mobility scooter you will need to be aware of the intended use, the amount of usage and the distanced you will be travelling, ask yourself the following questions;
Will your scooter need to be easily portable for placing in a vehicle boot?
What is the maximum distance you will need to travel?
Will you be going out in all weathers so needing weather protection?
We can help you to choose exactly the right scooter for your own needs and if you have any questions before you purchase, you can feel free to contact us so we can give you help and expert advice.
Small Mobility Scooters
Here at Additional Aids Mobility we offer an extensive range of small mobility scooters in Middlesex, which are light and easy to transport. The more lightweight the frame the easier they are to transport, however this makes them more limited to the amount of weight they can carry and distance they can cover between charging.
Most of our small mobility scooters are able to be dismantled into a few parts or folded easily to fit in a car boot, if you have a small scooter in mind, you will need to be sure that you or your carer are able to physically lift and fit these parts into the boot of a car easily.
Medium Mobility Scooters
The range of medium mobility scooters we offer at Additional Aids Mobility come in two ranges, class 2 scooters and class 3 scooters. The class 2 medium mobility scooters we offer to clients throughout Middlesex can be used indoor and outdoor, and are sometimes foldable or can be dismantled for transport depending on the model. However the class 2 mobility scooters have a lower top speed of 4mph and are not intended for road use however in some circumstances such as no pavement or crossing a road, this is acceptable. The class 2 medium mobility scooters that we have for sale or hire do not need to be registered with the DVLA and are generally smaller, lighter and less powerful than the class 3 medium mobility scooters that we have to offer.
As well as class 2 scooters we also offer a range of class 3 medium mobility scooters to our customers throughout Middlesex. These mobility scooters are not intended for indoor use but can be used on pavements, roads and rough surfaces such as park trails. This higher class of mobility scooter has the longest distance range between charges and additional safety features for road use. The top allowable speed for pavements is 4mph and they have a road speed of 8mph. If the user intends to ride their scooter on the road it must be registered with the DVLA – this can be done by the owner or arranged by the dealer.
Large Mobility Scooters
Along with a range of small and medium mobility scooters we also offer a vast range of large mobility scooters to our customers in Middlesex. The larger mobility scooters are ideal for longer distances, rougher surfaces and carrying more weight, usually between 20 and 30 stone (max 250kg). The majority of our large mobility scooters all have smooth riding, sprung rear suspension and articulating suspension at the front, however, some of our higher-end models feature fully independent front suspension, resulting in a more superior ride. You will be amazed at the luxury and comfort of these models, that fully adjust and mould to your exact individual requirements. It’s important to note that due to the size of these scooters, they will require a dedicated secure space to store.
All of the large mobility scooters we offer are classified by the DVLA as ‘class 3 invalid carriages’ so must have road tax and be registered with the DVLA. Road tax is provided free of charge and registration can be arranged by the owner or the dealer.
Why Choose Additional Aids Mobility for Mobility Scooters in Middlesex?
At Additional Aids Mobility we have been supplying top quality mobility scooters to customers across Middlesex for a number of years. With this in mind we have developed a brilliant reputation for providing customers with the best mobility scooters available. We only stock mobility scooters from leading manufacturers and make sure that each and every one of our customers receives a quality yet affordable scooter that meets their full requirements. When you choose Additional Aids Mobility, not only do we specialise in mobility scooters, but our expert team of qualified mobility specialists will help you choose a scooter is the right choice for you. Having listened to our customers feedback over the years, here are just some of the reasons why you should choose Additional Aids Mobility when looking to buy a mobility scooter:
Exceptional customer service
High quality and high performance mobility scooters
Covering the whole of the Middlesex
Years of experience in the additional aids industry
Searching for Mobility Scooters Near Me? Contact Additional Aids Mobility
Should you be searching for a mobility scooter Middlesex, then you have come to the right place with over 30 years of experience, our team has been advising customers on the best options for mobility scooters and wheelchairs needs. We have a vast range of mobility scooters for sale in Middlesex that are sure to meet all of your requirements. Before making your final decision you will need to make an appointment for a free home assessment with a mobility specialist. These assessments are designed to ensure you get the product that will best suit your individual needs. Assessments include whether you are able to use the scooter, have somewhere appropriate to store and charge it, and to make sure the scooter matches your lifestyle.
No matter what your requirements are, we are confident you will find the perfect product for you, be sure to get in contact with one of our qualified team members today.
Frequently Asked Questions About Mobility Scooters in Middlesex
How long will a mobility scooter last?
In general a well cared for and maintained scooter should last for up to five years or longer.
Do you need to register a mobility scooter with the DVLA?
Class 3 mobility scooters must be registered with the DVLA and show a nil-rated (no charge) tax disc. Dealers should do this for you.
Are there rules for driving a mobility scooter on the pavement?
It’s illegal to travel at more than 4mph on the pavement. If you have an 8mph mobility scooter you must put it into low range when on the pavement.
You need to be vigilant at all times as you are below the eyeline of most pedestrians – and pedestrians have right of way.
How much does it cost to run a mobility scooter?
It is extraordinarily cheap to run a mobility scooter, charging the battery overnight will cost you around 10p. Specialist insurance is not yet a legal requirement but public liability cover will give you peace of mind in case of any mishap.
How long does a mobility scooter’s battery last?
Battery size will depend on the distance you want to travel.
Battery care is very important. Most mobility scooters need a full eight-hour charge after use; charging for a shorter time reduces the life of the battery, as will overloading your scooter with shopping bags or other heavy items. A battery should last from 18 months to two years with average use.