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If you have challenges getting around in public or even at home there are options to help you maintain an active and fulfilled life. Mobility scooters are a great way to still get your shopping done, get to work or spend time outdoors. Scooters effectively allow people to keep their independence despite certain medical conditions.

Get Your Mobility Scooter at Easy Med Online! When choosing a scooter consider the weight capacity, the dimensions and durability. Also, can you easily transport the scooter during travel? A number of scooters exist across a long list of brands to meet your very specific needs but keep your personal preferences and needs in mind before choosing one.

You'll find that shopping online allows you to decide between hundreds of choices without leaving your home. However, not all stores selling mobility scooters offer the same policies and customer service. Before choosing which store to purchase your mobility scooter from consider the following:

  • Selection. Will you be able to choose from a long list of varying scooters with different features that meets your needs and budget?
  • Medicare and Insurance. Will the company save you time and hassle by filing a claim to Medicare or your insurance company?
  • Policies. If you decide against your purchase can you return? Does a warranty come with the product and will your scooter be serviced at home? has reviewed and ranked the best Mobility Scooter stores available today. We hope these reviews help you find the best mobility scooter to keep your life active and on the go!

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Mobility Scooter Reviews

5 stars
Easy Med Online

EASY MED Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Easy Med Online provides the largest selection of mobility scooters we've found, along with great customer service. You'll appreciate free shipping, Medicare claims, and a knowledgeable customer service time. If you are in the market for a scooter Easy Med Online should be your first choice. Read More... Visit

4.5 stars


Hoveround offers great mobility products but with a bigger price tag. However, they go the extra mile by filing Medicare claims and providing customer friendly policies. Read More... Visit

4 stars
All Electric Scooters


All Electric Scooters provides a nice selection of scooters but without the customer services bells and whistles of those ranked higher. All Electric Scooters might be worth your time if insurance is not a factor. Read More... Visit

3 stars
Prescription Giant


Prescription Giant left us wanting a more responsive customer service team, more information about the warranty and assistance filing our claim. Read More... Visit

2.5 stars
US Medical Supplies


US Medical Supplies provides a confusing an busy website. They encourage you to call a high pressured salesman to inquire about a better price. The lack of insurance filing and poor return policy were additional turn offs. Read More... Visit

2 stars
CWI Medical


The selection of scooters at CWI Medical were very limited, the cost of shipping was expensive and we couldn't find a stated return policy. Read More... Visit

1 star
Heartland America


Heartland America are not experts in medical equipment sales and only offer a few scooters to choose from. Expensive shipping, and no stated warranty we would not shop at Heartland America for a scooter. Read More... Visit

Benefits of Mobility Scooters

From the first wheelbarrow-type devices to the lightweight, folding metal wheelchairs invented in the 1930s, wheelchairs had one thing in common: they all required some sort of manual propulsion, either by the person seated in the chair or by a helper. Even the most technologically advance manual wheelchairs require a certain amount of upper-body strength and digital dexterity.

More recently, technical developments in battery and propulsion systems have made possible motorized wheelchairs and scooters. Now even people with limited upper-body strength or manual dexterity are able to take themselves from point A to point B with perhaps only limited assistance. Motorized wheelchairs and mobility scooters provide a level of independence to people who are unable to propel themselves in a manual wheelchair or who might require a wheelchair to travel over terrain that would be challenging in a manual wheelchair. And using a mobility scooter or powered chair instead of a cane or walker might actually help prevent further injury from falls.

Whether the reason is age, illness, or injury, with a motorized wheelchair or scooter you don't need someone to push you around. These devices now allow you to:

  • Participate more easily in family get-togethers
  • Go shopping at the grocery store or the mall
  • Attend a theater performance or a sporting event
  • Travel faster and more safely than walking with a cane or using a walker

In addition, compact and maneuverable powered wheelchairs can help you get around your own home, with minimal structural adaptation. With a tight turning radius and no handlebars, a powered wheelchair allows you to pull right up to a table or counter with ease.

A mobility scooter is most helpful for a person with conditions such as coronary or lung problems, arthritis, weight issues, and so on who can still stand and walk a few steps, sit upright without support, and steer with the handlebar controls. When mounting or dismounting from a mobility scooter, being able to turn the seat right or left makes it easier to step on or off than having to move the foot rests on a conventional wheelchair.

Mobility scooters do not look like wheelchairs; they can look way cooler. You can find models that are styled after spiffy Italian scooters in bright colors, or black and chrome motorcycle-styled “choppers.” Current battery technology allows for a range of 15-20 miles before requiring a recharge. And in general, mobility scooters are cheaper than powered wheelchairs. You can also get scooters that are easy to transport, folding small enough to fit in the trunk of a car.




Scooters out of control, say readers
FOLLOWING our recent story about mobility scooter users and their fear when utilizing the machines, our readers have taken to our website to share their opinions.
Publication Date: Thu, 05 Mar 2015 11:26:05 -0800

Wrightsville Beach Marathon: Riding 26 Miles for 26 Years
101 Mobility helps Amy Neubauer outfit her power chair for Sundays Quintiles Wrightsville Beach Marathon
Publication Date: March 20, 2015

emma_davies commented Should 'mobility motorists' be handed the L-plates first?
CAMPAIGNERS are calling for elderly people to take tests before being allowed to drive mobility scooters.Currently anyone looking to buy one of the vehicles does not have to undergo any type of assessment before taking to the streets. But many pedestrians and shop owners believe that new laws need to be passed to ensure the safety of the driver and those around them. The news comes after ...
Publication Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2015 14:11:26 -0700

MPs demand 'compulsory mobility scooter training'
In total, 164 accidents involving mobility scooters were recorded last year including five drivers who were killed, 17 who suffered serious injuries and a further 102 who sustained 'slight injuries'.
Publication Date: Mon, 09 Mar 2015 22:13:25 -0700

Lawnmowers must be insured after EU directive
It follows a ruling from the European Court of Justice that an accident involving a tractor trailer on private land should have been covered by compulsory insurance.
Publication Date: Mon, 09 Mar 2015 15:30:39 -0700

Vital Clitheroe mobility charity could close
A CLITHEROE charity which provides wheelchairs and mobility scooters for use in and around the town could be forced to close after donations of stock slumped to a record low.
Publication Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2015 09:11:39 -0700

John Woodhouse Column - Mobility scooters - Is A Sainsbury's...
NO doubt about it, there are many more mobility scooters around than there used to be. It's the main reason why they're building a fourth lane on the motorways.There are now multiple makes and models of all kinds of comfort and power. If it hadn't been cancelled they were to be the subject of a Top Gear special with Jeremy Clarkson. Thing is, no-one seems to know the rules governing these ...
Publication Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 23:27:45 -0700

Union against proposed NZ Post changes
New Zealand Post's plan to put posties on customised mobility scooters so they can deliver both mail and parcels is angering workers who fear a "dependent contractor" model.
Publication Date: Sun, 08 Mar 2015 17:01:31 -0700

The Sentinel commented Police hunting thieves who stole two mobility scooters from...
POLICE are hunting thieves who sneaked into a retirement complex and fled with two mobility scooters.The two thieves managed to get inside Waveney Court, in Clayton, after following an elderly resident into the complex.One of the mobility scooters belonged to 91-year-old Jack Carnill who says his independence has been taken away. It is understood the other scooter belonged to a man who has died ...
Publication Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2015 23:26:59 -0800

A-boards crackdown in Worcester city centre is "an attack" on shops, claims trader
A DESPERATE trader in Worcester is pleading for a reprieve over the A-boards crackdown - saying he relies on his to survive.
Publication Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2015 06:47:14 -0800

101 Mobility of Tulsa Brings Commercial Accessibility Solutions to Oklahoma
Mobility and accessibility equipment provider 101 Mobility of Tulsa recently expanded their business to include commercial applications throughout the state.
Publication Date: March 19, 2015

We can manage without a cable car on the Malvern Hills, say the Disabled Ramblers
A GROUP of disabled nature lovers have spoken out against access being used as an argument in favour of creating a cable car on the Malvern Hills.
Publication Date: Thu, 05 Mar 2015 23:47:04 -0800




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