Our Top 5 Best Mobility Scooters for 2022

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 07-Apr-2022 10:15:00

Looking for a new mobility scooter for 2022? With so many models available on the market, you might be wondering which mobility scooter is right for you. There are hundreds of different colours, configurations and sizes to choose from, so we understand if the shopping process seems a little intimidating! 

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Topics: Power Mobility, mobility scooters

Safety and mobility: 9 tips for first-time drivers of mobility scooters

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 27-Jan-2022 16:10:00

Just purchased your first mobility scooter? Congratulations! A mobility scooter can truly change your life — you can get from point A to B with ease and carry out everyday activities that might have recently become challenging for you, like shopping or going to the park. From now on, the world is your oyster — but there are a few things you need to know about safety and mobility to protect yourself and the public while riding your scooter.

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Topics: mobility scooters, guide & tips

How Fast Are Mobility Scooters Allowed To Go?

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 13-May-2021 11:00:00

As a mobility scooter owner, you want the ability to travel from point A to point B as fast as possible. Whether you’re heading to the shops or meeting friends for lunch, you have places to be and you don’t want to be limited by the speed of your mobility scooter.

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Topics: mobility scooters, fast mobility scooters

Your Ultimate Guide To Buying A Mobility Scooter

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 26-May-2020 14:15:00

Mobility scooters are an everyday essential for many Australians. Reaching speeds of up to 10km/h and providing superior comfort, mobility scooters allow the elderly and people living with disabilities to move from point A to point B with ease.

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Topics: mobility scooters, buying a mobility scooter

Mobility Scooters For Daily Journeys

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 16-Jul-2019 14:00:00

Mobility scooters are useful when you want to go long distances or if you simply want to travel around your neighbourhood. All scooters have a motor that allows you to go the distance however there are different types of scooters depending on what you need from compact scooters to heavy duty scooters.

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Topics: Power Mobility, mobility scooters

Choosing Between Mobility Scooters and Power Wheelchairs

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 18-Jun-2019 14:10:00

Power wheelchairs. Mobility scooters. Both of them allow people to travel outside and be independent of their carers, but which one is the best one for you? After all both do the same thing right? Well depending on a few factors it would be better to go with one then the other. What are those factors you ask? In this blog we’ll explain the differences and why you might choose one over the other.

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Topics: power wheelchairs, Power Mobility, mobility scooters

Testing Your Mobility Scooter's Battery

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 18-Sep-2018 14:34:00

Many representatives and technicians have admitted that most of the service calls they receive relate to Battery issues . Users claim that their battery depletes quickly despite their scooter being new or having just charged the battery. In some cases, these signs point to the need for a battery replacement but most times, the batteries work perfectly fine.

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Topics: mobility scooters, batteries

HEAVY DUTY SCOOTERS BELOW $5K

Posted by Nicholas Sutedja on 26-Jun-2018 12:22:00

If you’re in the aged care industry or thinking of buying a mobility aid product then you will have to admit that they’re not cheap. It’s not something that you can buy without some serious thinking about the pros and cons of each scooter. Active Mobility Systems has a number of heavy duty mobility scooters for sale that are well priced below $5000 and they’re very useful for whatever it is that the patient needs.

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Topics: Power Mobility, mobility scooters, electric scooters, scooters for transfer, power scooters, scooters for travelling, pride mobility

REQUIREMENTS FOR MOBILITY WHEELCHAIRS AND ELECTRIC SCOOTERS USAGE IN NSW

Posted by Kristina Magathova on 14-Jun-2018 11:32:00

 Motorised wheelchairs are mobility aids with two or more wheels and have a top speed of 10km/h on level ground. Mobility scooters or 'gophers' are classified as motorised wheelchairs. A motorised wheelchair does not include a wheeled recreational device such as a motor scooter, pram, stroller, trolley or any other motor-assisted machine.

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Topics: power wheelchairs, Wheelchairs, Power Mobility, electric wheelchairs, mobility scooters, electric scooters, scooters for transfer, power scooters, scooters for travelling, Mobility Equipment

How to Choose a Mobility Scooter

Posted by Mark Roach on 06-Mar-2018 11:02:00

Mobility scooters are known by a variety of names including electric scooters, battery scooters, disability scooters and gophers. They are an increasingly popular method of transport for those with limited mobility wishing to remain independent in their local community.

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Topics: mobility scooters, electric scooters, scooters for transfer, power scooters, scooters for travelling, Mobility Equipment