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.
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.
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.
When we think about scooters we usually think about the big, bulky scooters that are heavy to lift and more than likely you probably can’t put them anywhere.
Are you wondering how to pick the best electric scooter for travelling? Most people, including myself, do not need to worry about such things; but what about people who are not able to walk, or elderly people?