In addition to our battery powered scooters, we
also offer a wide range of products designed especially for the elderly or those
with a disability such as wheelchairs, standing frames, electric auto lifts,
ramps, chairs, mattresses, phones, and bathroom accessories.
We feature electric, battery powered scooter models from Easy-Light, Pride, Shop
Rider, No Boundaries, Ranger, Invacare, Golden, Trail Blazer, Wheelcare, and
Pacesaver. Our lightweight three and four wheel scooters make mobility easier
for elderly senior citizens and people with a disability. Whether you need the
maneuverability of a three wheel model or the rugged stability of a four wheel
model, Planet Mobility�s got you rolling. Many of our electric scooters are
foldable for maximum portability and have swiveling seats for easy access, plus
plenty of storage for shopping or travel.
If you�re looking for the perfect portable folding scooter, take a look at the
Easy Light Deluxe. Combining efficient design and construction with contemporary
styling, the Easy Light gives you the ability to store the scooter in any
vehicle�s trunk. At only 46lbs, the Easy Light is the world�s lightest, most
portable and comfortable scooter available. The Easy Light has a 4 wheel design,
but keeps all of the maneuverability of a 3 wheeled scooter. With a 10 mile
range and a 280lb load capacity, the Easy Light is a clear leader in portable
Are you an elderly senior looking for the perfect way to get out and go
shopping? Look no further than the Shoprider Sunrunner Light Scooter. This 4
wheeled model features swivel and sliding seats, flat-free tires, and a new
articulating front wheel design. This scooter has plenty of power and styling to
reliably travel anywhere.
What�s the difference between a battery powered scooter and a powered
wheelchair? While both types have small wheels in front, the powered
wheelchair�s front wheels are typically non-steerable casters. The scooter�s
front wheels, on the other hand, are fully controllable. Typical scooters have
only a single wheel in the front, but 2 wheels in front are not uncommon and can
actually be preferable for added stability. The cost of the two types differs in
that scooter�s typically cost around 20% less than powered wheelchairs, but
maintenance for both types is about equal.
What features should you consider when choosing an electric scooter? 3 or 4
wheels; four wheeled scooters tend to be more stable than 3 wheeled models, but
a three wheeled scooter is generally more maneuverable with a smaller turning
radius. Having a rear-wheel drive scooter provides an advantage in uneven or
slick terrain since the rider�s weight is directly over the rear drive wheels.
Many scooters have the ability to freewheel the drive wheels, allowing it to be
pushed manually; however, bear in mind that scooters can be heavy and hard to
push with ease.