Off-Road Mobility Scooters

View our line-up of off road mobility scooters below and click on any of the images to learn more about that product. These scooters generally provide suspension and rugged tires. Read more

Off road mobility scooters that can handle terrains such as hiking trails, dry grass, compact dirt or other types of similar surfaces are generally equipped with bigger tires and suspension. The scooters that you see here are are classified as out-door disability scooters and are selected based on our experience and customer feedback. If you're looking for a mobility scooter with a high weight capacity but that is meant for indoor and outdoor use, we recommend visiting our full size mobility scooter page" or heavy duty mobility scooter page. Keep in mind that these scooters not water-resistant whatsoever as they are powered by batteries and many electronic components. While these offroad scooters are capable of going on various terrains, they are NOT made to travel on any type of wet, moist, damp or even highly humid terrains.

Handicap Scooters For Nature Trails & Grassy Areas

If you're eager to get outdoors and ride your mobility scooter in parks without side walks then these scooters would be an ideal choice. The scooters on this page are all capable of handling dirt roads (dry dirt only) and other common types of terrains like short grass or mulch trails. Terrains with a lot of fine debris like sand or clay fields that can create build up in the trans-axle are not recommended. We strongly recommend calling or chatting with our experienced sales representatives to discuss the type of scooter that is right for you. Our mobility experts are very familiar with each of the models listed on this page and can help you locate the perfect scooter for your needs.

Grid List

Set Descending Direction

1-12 of 15

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2

Grid List

Set Descending Direction

1-12 of 15

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2