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What type of mobility device is right for me?
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 challenging.
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.

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Pride Victory LX Sport Mobility Scooter
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Pride Victory LX Sport Mobility Scooter

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Maintain your active lifestyle with the Victory® LX Sport. Equipped with Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS), the Victory LX Sport easily handles more varied ride.

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Pride Mobility Baja Bandit 4-Wheel Fast Mobility Scooter
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Pride Mobility Baja Bandit 4-Wheel Fast Mobility Scooter

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With impressive ground clearance, a top speed of 8 mph, and a lithium-ion battery pack which powers up to a 29-mile range, the Baja® Bandit is built for exploring the unknown and confidently tackling rugged terrain away from the beaten path.
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If you`re shopping for full size mobility scooters, you`ve come to the right place. We break down the difference between 3-wheel and 4-wheel drive mobility scooters, as well as the different functionalities, and accessories for the type of mobility scooter models you are looking for.

Are 4-wheel or 3-wheel mobility scooters better?

This is a common question that is asked. The truth is, the wheel drive preference is up to the customer and whether you plan to take your utilize your mobility device for long-term indoor, or outdoor rough terrain use.

3-wheel mobility scooters are intended for indoor use or for navigating non-harsh surfaces. They are not intended for use on uneven pavement or other harsh road, dirt, or grass conditions. The 3-wheel mobility scooter is typically used for navigating smooth sidewalks, even roads, and other indoor and outdoor areas hassle-free. It`s also great for turning into narrow spaces and visiting local places such as restaurants with ease.

The best part is the ample leg room and safe dependable transportation that many 3-wheel full size or mid size mobility scooters offer. They also tend to have a tighter and better turning radius capability. 3-wheel electric mobility scooters have an average weight limits or capacity of 350 and are powerful enough to carry up to 500-lbs.

3-Wheel Mobility Scooters

Some of the 3-wheel mobility scooters we carry at Marc`s Mobility include the following:

The Companion 3-Wheel Full-Size Scooter with Power Elevating Seat, for example, has adjustable led lighting with a maximum speed of 5 mph. It also has a powerful battery and large and small accessories such as a rear basket, safety flag, walker holder, Cane Holder Tube, plus an Oxygen Tank Holder. The rear basket can be used to safely store some of your modern electronics and other items for safekeeping.

Several of our 3-wheel drive mobility options are available for purchase in used or new conditions from an affordable price of $1,500 and up.

4-Wheel Mobility Scooters

We also sell new and used heavy duty 4-wheel mobility scooters that come equipped with Comfort-Trac Suspension and exceptional driving range and rough terrain capabilities.

Some of the 4-wheel heavy duty mobility scooters that we carry at Marc`s Mobility include the following, with free shipping:

4-wheel drives are better equipped and intended for large weight capacities and offer better weight distribution when traveling in hilly or uneven areas. You can rest assured that these mobility scooters can withstand tough terrain and can travel virtually anywhere with minimal wear and tear due to its ergonomic and sturdy design. For many customers, 4-wheel scooters offer comfort and feel safer for customers who plan on using their scooter regularly and for outdoor adventures.

Thinking of purchasing a 3-wheel or 4-wheel mobility scooter? We`d love to speak with you and discuss some of the payment options or models that we carry here at Marc`s Mobility.

What to Look for When Choosing the Best Full-Size Mobility Scooter?

  • Weight capacity. Most mobility scooters have a max weight capacity of 300 pounds, but some models can accommodate up to 500 pounds. Be sure to choose a scooter model that can accommodate your weight.
  • Max speed. The top speed usually ranges between five and eight miles per hour. Choose a model that has a speed that is comfortable for you. You may want to consider scooters with a lower top speed for aging seniors with limited mobility to avoid any accidents.
  • Range. Full-size power scooters typically have a range of between 20 and 40 miles drive range.
  • Turning radius. This affects the scooter's maneuverability. The turning radius goes between 36 and 48 inches.
  • Ground clearance. Full-size scooters have a higher ground clearance for a smooth ride. This goes between three and six inches. Choose a model with a ground clearance that is comfortable for you.
  • Battery life. Mobility scooters typically have a battery life of between four and eight hours. In case of frequent travel, consider a scooter with prolonged battery life.
  • Comfort. Test the vehicle to ensure it has a comfortable seat, backrest, and ergonomic wraparound handles. Some mobility scooters come with a cup holder and a footrest for more comfort. A LED light package can be added as an extra feature to provide more security if traveling at night.
  • Adjustability. Full-size mobility scooters typically have a higher level of adjustability than other types of scooters. Pick a model that has adjustable handlebars, backrests, armrests, and seats.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does a Full-Size Mobility Scooter Cost?

On average, a full-size motorized scooter costs between $2,000 and $4,000. If you're looking for a more budget-friendly scooter option, consider a used mobility scooter. The cost of a full-size power scooter varies depending on the model, features, and brand.

What Is the Weight Capacity of a Full-Size Scooter?

Most full-size mobility scooters have a weight capacity of between 250 and 400 lbs. A few models can accommodate up to 600 lbs.

How Long Do Full-Size Mobility Scooters Last?

With proper care and maintenance, a full-size scooter can last for several years. Many people find that their scooter lasts for at least five years with no major problems. Some models may last even longer.

How Do I Transport a Full-Size Mobility Scooter?

You can disassemble the scooter and put it in the trunk of your car. Or, you can purchase a mobility scooter lift for your vehicle. In case of a flight, get your vehicle airline-approved before you travel. The same goes for an electric wheelchair for adults.