Best Mobility Scooters for Left Handed People

Being left handed doesn’t mean you’re a second class citizen, in respect to mobility scooters.

Having an impairment doesn’t mean you can’t partake in your everyday activities. For many of our customers, traveling from one place to another can range from being moderately to extremely difficult. For instance, one of our customers lost mobility in one of their legs due to a military related circumstance. Regardless of the amount of physical therapy the PaceSaver Plus III Mobility Scooter 3-Wheelperson—whom we will call Tim—undertook, Tim couldn’t travel from one place to another in a speedy and unpainful manner.

Mobility Scooters are products that can assist people in travel from one location to another. Tim found that his scooter, the PaceSaver Plus III Mobility Scooter 3-Wheel, added ease to his life. Tim had his affordable electric scooter optimize to run left handed. Immediately, Tim’s day-to-day activities become significantly easier to undertake. According to Tim, he experienced increase productivity in relation to his work. For instance, he could now join his co-workers for a Friday lunch excursion at a nearby restaurant. If one of his clients wanted to grab a cup of coffee and pastries at a nearby coffee shop, easy, Tim could be there. By allowing his leg to avoid the strain that comes along with navigating him on his day-to-day activities, Tim was able to devote more effort to his physical training sessions. Tim eventually didn’t require the affordable electric scooter.

For the model that Tim chose, the choice of wheel size—either 9” or 10”—determines the speed of the model. If the model is at 9” for the rear wheels, the electric scooter moves at speeds of 4.3 mph; while for 10”, the model moves at a slightly swifter speed of 5.25 mph. Regardless of the wheel choice, the electric scooter model had the ability to travel 30 miles—before needing a recharge—and has a turning radius of 39”. The scooter has a weight capacity of 300 lbs. The model ran on an U-1 battery.

These affordable electric scooters come in different specializations such as Travel Mobility Scooters, Full Size Mobility Scooters, Heavy Duty Mobility Scooters and Folding Mobility Scooters. When speaking to a company representative, you should mention the specific difficulties you have plus your routine day-to-day activities to be best paired with a model. In addition to niche categories, one can also choice to have the electric scooter be left handed, such as Tim did for his PaceSaver Plus III Mobility Scooter 3-Wheel. The mobility scooter you choose should be considered as an extension of yourself. With that in mind, consider the following mobility scooters to help you accomplish your various tasks of the day—regardless of which hand is your dominant.

Variety of Recommendations for Left Handed Navigators

A second model to consider is the PaceSaver Espree Premier Mobility Scooter 3 Wheel. Like the prior model, the Espree Premier Mobility Scooter, it is available in either 9” or 10” rear wheels—the 9” option allows the scooter to move at speeds of 4.3 mph, while the 10” model can move up to 5.25 mph. The turning radius on the models is about 35”. This electric scooter can support up to 300 lbs. and has a travel range of 30 miles before needing a recharge. In addition to being able to personalize the model by being specialized in a right or left hand control, is the ability to have an adjustable seat to ensure increased comfort. The seat option can be in 18”, 21”, or 24”. The model runs on a U-1 battery.

Fusion 450 Mobility Scooter 3-WheelA third recommended model for left handed individuals is the Fusion 450 Mobility Scooter 3-Wheel, which among three color choices can come in a hot candy apple red that is known to turn heads. Another client of ours—whom we will call Jessica for privacy reasons—purchased this model to assist her in travel. Jessica has a heavier set body that required a no nonsense model that both looked good and navigated well, despite her weight. This electric scooter has a maximum speed of 4.5 mph; a travel range of 20 miles; a weight capacity of 450 lb.; a turning radius of 33.75”; and runs on a U-1 battery. This model didn’t require an extra expenditure to have left handed throttle control.

Jessica remarked the following about the model, “Now I can go where I want, when I want, without having splintering pain in my body. My Fusion [450 Mobility Scooter 3-Wheel] was dependable. I became more productive in my work and ended up recouping the value of the scooter because of my increased pay check.”

If you tried Jessica’s model and it wasn’t right for you, manufacturer PaceSaver, has another model that is geared to towards those that are left handed, while similar to Jessica’s model, differs in various ways. The PaceSaver Fusion Mobility Scooter 3-Wheel is less expensive than the prior recommendation, costing $2485 vs. $3149. The lower cost shouldn’t be mistaken for inefficiency—this electric scooter is a good buy, respectively. The model has a maximum speed of 5 mph and a turning radius of 29.5”. The weight capacity is 350 lbs. and the travel range is 30 miles. This model is known as one of the more reliable products on the market today. This affordable electric scooter runs on a U-1 battery.

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In conclusion, regardless of which hand is your dominant, mobility scooters are an excellent investment if you find yourself having difficulties travel from one place to another. Our past clients are testament to the utility of these models in day-to-day activities. To learn more, visit our website, https://www.mobilityscootersdirect.com, to speak with a representative.