My father told me scooters were for normal people, and crutches were for the weak. He was a grand majesty of a man.
164-168, Fratton Road, Portsmouth PO1 5HD
Selection of mobility wheelchairs, scooters, light weight scooters
I live in France and am disabled. I use a Pride mobility GoGo elite traveler scooter which, as I now 86, my wife and I can no longer lift it in and out of our car and need a hoist. Scooters and hoists are hardly known in France but thanks to your site I have found a lot of useful information. Thank you.
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If you are using an 8MPH scooters on the road as long as they are equipped with lights and indicators it should also have a road tax disc required by low and I’m surprises how many mobility scooter companies dote even inform there customers that this is a requirement by low it is also a requirement by low to have a flashing beacon above your head when traveling on duel carriageways to worn other road users, it is also advisable if you are thinking of getting a larger scooter to go for one that is at lest twice your wait if you live around steep hills I have a pride ranger witch has two large motors to get you up the steepest of hills and secondly if your thinking of getting new battery’s go for the AGM battery’s as they deal with hot and cold temerities better than stranded Gel battery’s.
All my best Barry.
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