FAQ's

How Long Do Mobility Scooter Batteries Last?

With proper care, usage, and maintenance, most mobility scooter batteries last 2 – 4 years. However, some batteries can last upwards of five years.

How Can I Make My Scooter’s Battery Last Longer?

Avoid full cycle charging (0-100 percent in one go). Overnight charging is advised against. Instead of draining your battery then charging it up again, charge it at every opportunity. Make sure the battery never goes below at least 10 percent and ideally 40 percent.

Charge up to 80 percent as your charger will hold the battery at a high voltage to get to 100 percent, which could cause it to wear out faster.

What Are the Proper Charging Guidelines to Get the Most Out of Your Scooter Batteries?

Here are some tips to make your scooter batteries last longer:

        Do not fully deplete your battery before charging.

        Do not leave your battery discharged for a long time

        Charge the battery immediately after a short ride. Wait for 30 minutes for your scooter to cool down after a long ride before charging the battery

        Before storing your scooter, charge the battery 40-50 percent  

        Always use the appropriate original charger

Do Mobility Scooter Users Need a Driver’s License?

In most states and cities, you do not need a driver’s license to operate a mobility scooter nor do you have to register with your local DMV. If your mobility scooter’s top speed exceeds 5mph, make sure it is not classified as a recreational vehicle.

Can I Ride My Mobility Scooter on the Street?

The state of California passed an electric scooter law last year. The law allows users to operate electric scooters on streets where the speed limit is 25 mph. Electric scooters cannot be driven above 15 mph.

Can I Carry a Person On My Scooter?

Some heavy-duty mobility scooters come with extra space to accommodate a passenger. If you intend to carry a passenger with you on your mobility scooter, call your local DMV’s office to enquire about rules and regulations relating to these scooters.

Can I Use My Mobility Scooter in the Rain?

Most mobility scooters operate perfectly well in slight rain. Be very careful when driving your mobility scooter in wet weather. If it starts raining heavily while you are driving, take cover to protect the electrical controls from water ingress.

Consider all-weather electric mobility scooters. These mobility scooters come with a roof that provides protection from sun and rain.

Does My Mobility Scooter Need Maintenance?

Like everything else, your mobility scooter needs regular care and maintenance to ensure that all parts work properly. Mobility scooters that are maintained regularly will usually have a longer service life than those that are not.

Here are some useful mobility scooter maintenance tips:

        Do not leave your scooter with a significantly discharged battery for a long time

        To prevent dirt and dust from building up in different parts, clean your mobility scooter regularly

        Cover your scooter when not in use

        Inspect the underside regularly for damage and trapped debris

        Check your tires regularly

When Does My Mobility Scooter Need Maintenance?

Your scooter’s owner manual contains important information and instructions regarding its maintenance and service needs. Check your manual for the manufacturer’s instructions regarding maintenance and service.

How Do I Pay for Maintenance and Repair Services?

You can pay in cash or by card. We accept almost all major credit card networks.

What is the Maximum Weight Allowed to Ride a Scooter?

The law does not place any restrictions, such as limiting the weight of mobility scooters. Depending on the model, mobility scooters can support from 220 pounds to 700 pounds. When buying a mobility scooter, check its weight limit to make sure it can support your weight.