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Shoprider Mobility Scooters for sale online at the lowest possible prices. All Shop Rider handicap scooters are available for purchase through our online catalog, call us to learn more. Read more
Are you in the market for a Shoprider mobility scooter? If you are interested in purchasing a scooter to help you enjoy more freedom, we can help. We have a direct relationship with the manufactures which allows us to provide a great price for your new scooter. Purchasing a Shoprider can be intimidating if you’ve never purchased a mobility scooter before. Let us help you find the perfect scooter for your needs.

Before you make the big purchase, here are a few things to consider:

Weight: One of the most important factors to consider is your weight. You’ll need to purchase Shoprider scooters that are built to accommodate a little more than you weigh, especially if you plan to use baskets or under-seat storage while on the go. Most Shoprider mobility scooters can accommodate up to 300 pounds.

Height: Depending on the style of scooter you choose, your height will play a big factor into how comfortable your scooter is for you. You may want to opt for a scooter that has adjustable arms to allow for more flexibility in height. Check out the specifications for each of the scooters to determine whether there is enough flexibility in seat height to provide a proper fit.

Environment: One thing many buyers forget to take into consideration when reviewing Shoprider mobility scooters for sale is their environment. Where will you be utilizing your scooter? If you plan to use it outdoors, will you be driving on grass or asphalt? If you plan to use your scooters indoors, how much space do you have in the hallways and other enclosed areas? Your environment will determine the style and size of scooter you should consider. For example: a scooter with four wheels offers more stability if you plan to drive outdoors, but a scooter with three wheels offers a better turn-radius for use in tighter environments.

Ease of Transportation: If you plan to travel with your scooter, you’ll need to choose one that’s easy to fold up or disassemble. You may also want to consider one that’s more lightweight to make it easier to transport.

How often you use it: If you only use your scooter occasionally or you are in and out of your scooter all day, a traditional seat will work for you. Though, you may want a seat that rotates to allow for an easier time getting in and out of your seat. However, if you plan to spend a lot of time in your scooter, even for vacation, you may want to choose a scooter seat that has more padding and storage space.

Accessories: Many Shoprider mobility scooter prices include some additional features like headlights. But, many scooters offer additional upgrades that will factor into the price of your purchase. Custom seats, headlights, and lifting options offer better riding experience, but will add to the price tag.

Choosing a scooter is an important decision as your new ride will make it easier to get more things done and to enjoy activities with your family and friends. Let us help you do it in comfort and style!

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