Wheelchair and scooter batteries are designed to last for years with proper care and maintenance. They are the most common cause of service calls and can cause all kinds of weird symptoms if not working properly.
I’ve recently been helping a lady work out a battery issue with her scooter and felt that the information I’ve been giving her might be of benefit to the readers of MobilityBasics.ca
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Yesterday I published a page on the Pride Mobility Go-Go travel scooters and today I have added a similar page that presents information on their full size scooters.
These full size scooters are available in 7 models and are primarily designed for outdoor and longer distance use. They are larger scooters and many have features such as headlights, turn signals, suspension, longer travel range on a charge and more power.
I’ve just posted a page with information on the Go-Go mobility scooters from Pride Mobility. There are 7 models of the Go-Go scooters with most models offering both a 3 wheeled and 4 wheeled version.
These are small scooters often referred to as portable or travel scooters that are intended to be easy to dis-assemble or fold up to fit into vehicles so they can be transported to the venue where they will be used.
These are not scooters that one would purchase to travel long distances or spend a lot of time on rough terrains.
I seem to be on a roll today. I’ve just added the EZee Travel scooter from EZee Life to the scooter section of the Mobility Basics website for those who want specific information on specific products.
The EZee travel is a portable, lightweight, folding, rear wheel drive mobility scooter that has a weight capacity of 250 pounds.
This scooter is designed to be loaded into a vehicle and taken to places where extended periods of walking may be encountered. Its light weight (59 lb) and small size allows it to fit into most vehicle types.
I’ve just added another mobility scooter profile to the site’s scooter section for those who want to see some specific information on specific products.
The EZee Classic scooter is a front wheel drive portable scooter designed to be lightweight, easily foldable and taken apart for easy loading into and out of vehicles. This scooter is ideal for those who want to be able to a take their scooter with them to a mall, park or other venue where there may be a lot of walking involved.
The Easy Classic’s best feature is that their small size and light weight allows most people to disassemble and fold it to fit into vehicles without the need of a lift of some sort.