The Best Travel Disability Scooters

Customers are commonly looking for the best travel disability scooters to help them maneuver efficiently in their busy worlds. Mobility Scooters Direct have several of these products.

Some travel mobility scooters are made for long distances, maximum speeds, weight capacities or tight spaces. This article recommends one product from each of those categories.

Regardless of the specification customers desire, each of our products adds significant value to the lives of its buyer. The travel mobility scooters increase independence, which leads to higher overall satisfaction with life.

The affordable mobility scooters are on steep discounts, designed to fit the pocketbooks of our customers. We offer factory direct prices, which means there is no middleman, leading to lower costs than our competitors.

Travel Mobility Scooters That Increase Independence

It is a well-known fact that a disability scooter will increase the independence of the customer. Activities and errands not possible previously are now realistic endeavors.

The Triaxe Sport Travel Mobility Scooter is a product that every customer should consider when travel range is an issue.

The Solax Mobility scooter is equipped with a 48V 12AH lead-acid battery that empowers the driver with the ability to cover up to 35 miles per complete charge.

Solax Transformer Automatic Folding Scooter

He or she can use this as a mobility scooter for theme parks. The travel mobility scooter provides all day use, from one ride to the next, without the driver worrying about holding up the group to charge the 3 wheel disability scooter.

When at theme parks, for instance, the driver can quickly retrieve the vehicle and return to pick the family up. The scooter for the disabled has a 56V 350-watt motor. It reaches maximum speeds of 12 miles per hour, breezing through the parking lot.

The weight capacity on the Triaxe Sport is 350 lbs.

Patty Hall recently purchased the Triaxe Sport. She rated the travel mobility scooter with five-stars.

“I have been using the scooter for a couple of weeks now,” Patty said, “and I am very delighted with its performance and ease of use.”

Patty loves the product and the service she received at Mobility Scooters Direct, as she expressed in her disability scooter review.

“I will recommend both to anyone looking for this type of product,” Patty said, in reference to a travel scooter for the disabled.

The Jazzy Zero Turn is a second travel mobility scooter that we recommend. It has an outstanding turning radius, according to the C.E.O. of Mobility Scooters Direct, Andrew Fatalo.

The turning radius, 38”, on the Jazzy Zero Turn scooter is tight. The elderly scooter has a width of 20” and a 44.25” height. The slimness means maneuvering through tight spaces is simple.

The Jazzy Zero Turn by Pride also has strong performance. Equipped with 12V 22AH sealed lead acid TSA approved batteries, the Jazzy Zero Turn covers up to 10 miles per complete charge.

The quality mobility scooter has a maximum speed of 4 mph. The weight capacity is 300 lbs.

Pride Jazzy Zero Turn Mobility Scooter

Andy R. purchased the Jazzy Zero Turn for her mother. In her five-star mobility scooter review, she wrote that her mother now enjoys shopping trips and vacations once again.

“We had a full day shopping and visiting outlet malls the other day, and the Jazzy Scooter was awesome,” Andy said.

Andy is pleased with his purchase.

“She loves it,” Andy said. “Outstanding product.”

Another consideration for customers seeking a travel mobility scooter is a product that has a higher weight capacity. The Drive Phoenix HD mobility scooter 4 wheel is a product geared for the obese.

Stephanie E. is another customer that bought a mobility scooter for her mother. She purchased the Drive Phoenix HD, according to her verified disability scooter review.

“So far my mom is loving her new scooter!” Stephanie said.

Her mother is socially active and can engage with people she would not have been able to without the Drive Phoenix HD.

“Very portable,” Stephanie said, “and able to support her weight.”

The Drive Phoenix HD is a mobility scooter with a high weight capacity of 350 lbs. For obese customers, this is one of the best mobility scooters, as it will not become compromised due to weight.

The scooter for the handicap is a great way to get around. It has a maximum speed of 4 mph. The Drive Medical mobility scooter has 12V 20AH batteries and can cover 15 miles per total charge.

Finally, we recommend the EW-19. This awesome looking mobility scooter comes in a sleek red color that provides favorable first impressions. It is certainly not your traditional mobility scooter.

The fast mobility scooter reaches maximum speeds of 15 mph. The long distance disability scooter has 48V 12AH SLA sealed batteries. It covers 21 miles per total charge. The weight capacity is 300 lbs.

The EW 19 is the best travel mobility scooter for covering longer distances — anywhere from half-a-mile to eight miles. The top speed and battery range will have the driver there in a timely fashion.

When using this mobility scooter for traveling, customers will find that they are comfortable with the seating arrangement. The EW-19 Sporty has an executive comfort seat with a backrest. The seat contours to the body of the driver, preventing tedious back pains from prolong travel.

Buy a Travel Mobility Scooter

There are many different travel disability scooters with various specialties. This article recommended four scooters for the disabled within these specialties, such as battery range, turning radius, weight capacity and maximum speed.

To learn more about our travel mobility scooters, we recommend reaching out to a skilled technician from our nationwide mobility scooter store. Our experienced technicians can answer nearly any question.

Mobility Scooters Direct phone number is (877) 721-7748. Our team members can also be reached by engaging in a live chat on our website.

The hours of operation from our nationwide disability scooter store are from 8 in the morning to 6 in the evening on weekdays and from 10 in the morning to 4 in the afternoon on weekends. We follow Eastern Standard Time.