Mobility Scooters are equipped with a handlebar/tiller feature that is used to drive
the device. A tiller can be adjusted to each user but if you have limited arm strength or it would be uncomfortable
to have your arms outstretched operating the scooter.
A Power Chair is operated with a joystick that is
comfortably located at the end of the chair's arm. You operate a power chair by small movements of the joystick,
side-to-side or front to back. If you have limited fine motor skills operating a power wheelchair may be
What is the difference between a travel and non-travel unit?
A travel scooter can be quickly disassembled into sections and is designed to be
hand-loaded into a vehicle. That said, the weight of each section and one’s ability to handle and lift that weight,
should be considered.
Full Size or non-travel units have many other benefits such as higher ground
clearances, faster speeds and longer battery ranges just to name a few. However, a vehicle lift or ramp is required
to transport these units.