Best Mobility Scooter Batteries

The best mobility scooter batteries are sold on products from our mobility scooter store in Wilton Manors, Florida. Purchase of a quality mobility scooter comes with batteries to power the long distance mobility scooter.

This article will recommend three options while explaining the necessity of a battery. These mobility scooters include Pride Jazzy Zero Turn Mobility Scooter; the Heartway USA S12S Vita S Sport Mobility Scooter; and the EWheels EW-36 Mobility Scooter 3-Wheel. These products are built with some of the best parts, along with exceptional batteries.

Quality Mobility Scooters Paired with Exceptional Batteries

Nearly all mobility scooters require two batteries to power the device contained in a battery pack. The battery pack can be charged while on the mobility powered device or can be taken off from the mobility scooter to be charged separately — depending upon the model chosen.

The Zero Turn is a travel mobility scooter, which has a maximum travel range of 18 miles. This long distance mobility scooter can cover up to 10 miles per complete charge.

Pride Jazzy Zero Turn Mobility ScooterThe Zero Turn comes equipped with a sealed lead acid battery. These batteries are made from absorbed glass mat and are known for being inexpensive while highly efficient. The seal lead acid batteries are also maintenance free. The cons of a sealed lead acid battery are that they are heavy. We recommend that our customers do not discharge as it will cease to recuperate to its maximum charge.

Other performance aspects to the Zero Turn is the recognition that it has achieved. “During the 2017 MedTrade show in Atlanta, Georgia this past October,” our product page provides, “the Pride Jazzy Zero Turn mobility scooter was a finalist for the innovative award.”

The Zero Turn has a 24V motor and reaches maximum speeds of 4 miles per hour. The quality mobility scooter uses full CTS suspension and can support a weight capacity of 300 lbs.

Purchase this affordable mobility scooter for $1,699, which reflects a discount of over 30 percent from the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP). The cheap mobility scooter, for simple financing options, starts at $150 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

A second product to consider is the S12S Vita S Sport. This full-size mobility scooter from Heartway USA comes equipped with either a 12V 50AH battery or a 12V 79AH gel battery.

A gel battery is a type of sealed lead acid battery that has a life cycle that outlasts standard sealed lead acid batteries. The battery fluid is in the form of gel, preventing an acid leak upon breakage.

Gel batteries can reach deeper discharge, whereby the battery can relinquish the entire charge without having to worry about the battery becoming damaged; however, it is important to monitor charging and that the gel battery does not charge too long.

For full-size mobility scooters, these products tend to have an average maximum travel range of 23 miles. The S12S Vita S Sport, on the other hand, can reach a 20-mile travel range with the 12V 50AH battery or a 31-mile travel range with a 12V 79AH battery.

Other performance abilities include a 4 pole 700W motor that empowers the driver to reach maximum speeds of 12 miles per hour. The S12S Vita S Sport has a weight capacity of 350 lbs.

This affordable mobility scooter is on an over 40 percent discount from the MSRP as it is listed for $3,699. For simple financing options, the luxury mobility scooter starts at $326 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

Lastly, consider the EW-36. All terrain, heavy duty mobility scooters usually have a limit of 30 miles per complete charge for the travel range. The EW-36 breaks all the rules, where this rebel on four wheels has a travel range of 45 miles per complete charge, running on sealed AGM lead acid deep cycle batteries.

It is important to remember that the battery range can be subjective on the type of terrain traveled upon, along with the weight of the driver. Other The EW-36 is the best long distance mobility scooterpossible variables include the ambient air temperature, the speed of travel and whether the charging was done correctly.

Even for an exceptional product like the EW-36, batteries tend to last one to two years. For heavy users, around five to seven days a week, the battery should be replaced yearly.

Other performance abilities of the EW-36 include having a brushless 500W 2300RPM motor that enables the long distance mobility scooter to reach a maximum speed of 18 miles per hour. The awesome looking mobility scooter has a rear shock absorber and can accommodate up to 300 lbs. weight capacity.

Purchase the affordable mobility scooter for $2,295, which reflects a discount of over 15 percent from the MSRP. For simple financing options, the EW-36 starts at $202 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

Purchase a Long Distance Mobility Scooter with the Best Battery, Today!

This article, with a focus on batteries, highlighted some of the best mobility scooters on the market. To learn more about these quality mobility scooters, we recommend reaching out to a skilled customer service representative from our mobility scooter store in Wilton Manors, Florida.

To speak with a member from our team, please call (877) 721-7748 during our office hours, which are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST during the weekdays while on weekends we are open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST.

We pride ourselves on providing exceptional service to our customers. We are a factory direct authorized dealer and provide some of the best mobility scooter deals on the market.

“The mobility scooter industry as a whole has been developing Innovative technology that helps you get more convenient features in every scooter,” our website provides. “Many of the scooters that we carry are known for having long lasting batteries, making them perfect for your day out while on vacation,” along with traveling to work and completing important errands.

Andrew Fatalo is the owner of Statewide Mobility Inc & Mobility Scooters Direct. He has been in the mobility product industry since 2005 and knows a ton about e-commerce marketing. He gives back to the handicap community by hosting mobility scooter and electric wheelchair give-aways which you can learn more about by following his companies on Facebook.