Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Should I buy a 3 or 4 wheel scooter?

The main advantage of a 3 wheel scooter is that they can be more manoeuvrable in close spaces such as shops as they generally have a tighter turning circle. The main disadvantage is that they are less stable than 4 wheel scooters, especially on adverse cambers and gradients. So much so, that we no longer sell 3 wheel scooters.

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Your Class 3 scooters come with a “Captain’s Chair” - what is a captain’s chair?

A) A captain’s chair is one that is fully adjustable, ours comes with seat rotation, recline, fore & aft adjustment, seat height adjustment, the angle of each arm rest can be altered, the arm rest widths can be adjusted for different body widths, even the head rest is adjustable for different rider heights! For more information on our mobility scooters, visit us online.

Captain's Chair

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Mobility Scooters

Here at Mobility Nation, we sell a range of specialist mobility scooters with different price points and features to suit your budget and specification. With our mobility scooters reaching a maximum speed of 8mph, our scooters feature the latest development innovations in performance and design. To find out more about our mobility scooters please visit our website or call us on 02476 713 913.

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Q) What’s the square hole for at the back of the scooter?

A) This is a universal accessory socket that is fitted to the back of all of our scooters. This socket caters for a variety of different accessories such as pull along trolleys, Oxygen bottle holders, crutch holders, lockable rear storage compartments etc…

Visit us online for further information.