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Mobility scooters

A scooter is a good choice if you can travel alone and are comfortable getting on and off on your own. We can help you choose which will fit best with how you live.

Small scooters

Small scooters are made with a lighter frame so they’re easy to transport. They can usually be broken down into smaller parts to fit into a car.

Check that you or your carer are able to lift it into your car before you order one. As these scooters are smaller, there is a limit to the weight they can carry and how long they can travel for before the battery needs recharging.

Talk to a dealer to find out about the different options, the cost, and what might be right for you.

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At a glance

  • Small, compact and lightweight
  • Can break down to be stored and transported
  • Can be used around your home 
  • Not suitable for driving on the road 
  • Have a lower maximum weight capacity (up to 135kg or 21 stone)
  • Smaller battery capacity that usually lasts around 10 miles

Medium scooters

Medium scooters are sturdier and can carry more weight than smaller models. They can travel at speeds of up to 6mph. They are not as easy to break down into smaller parts and can be difficult to transport. You can use a registered Class 3 medium scooter on the road.

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At a glance

  • Have a better battery capacity than smaller scooters and can travel to a maximum of around 20 miles
  • Some can carry weights of around 135kg to 150kg (21 to 25 stone), depending on the model
  • Many have a wider turning circle than smaller models
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Large scooters

Large scooters are great for travelling on long distances or on bumpy surfaces. They can travel up to 8mph on the road and 4mph on pavements. Large scooters are classified as Class 3 products by the Department of Transport so your dealer will need to register it with the DVLA for you.

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At a glance 

  • When registered you can use them on the roads
  • Maximum speed of 8mph 

  • Have larger seats and can carry more weight 
  • Have greater battery capacity and can travel up to 25 or 30 miles before needing to be recharged
  • Includes lights, indicators and horn
  • Need lots of storage space in a secure, locked area

  • Not easily transported in a car
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Always speak to a dealer

Once you’ve thought about the type of scooter you might need, your dealer can talk you through everything. They'll then bring some suitable products to your home for you to take a look at.

Test drive a few options

You’ll get the chance to test drive a few products at your home to see which you’re most comfortable with. You can also test drive products at the dealer showroom if you’d prefer.


What else can I get?

A powered wheelchair may be better if you need to stay seated for most of the day. You can ride one even if you find it hard moving one or both of your hands. They’re perfect if you find it tricky to get on and off a seat too.

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Choosing a product is a big decision. If you’re not sure which is right for you, our tool can help you narrow down your search.

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Speak to a dealer 

It’s important to talk to a dealer when you’re ready, to check if your choice suits you. A dealer will arrange test drives and place your order.

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What you’ll get in our worry‑free package

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Insurance cover

We’ll arrange this for you.

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Servicing and maintenance

We’ll cover your regular services and routine repairs, to keep your product running perfectly.

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Breakdown cover

We’ll give you Motability Assist cover, so you can travel with peace of mind.

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Continued support

Call your dealer and they’ll be happy to help.