If you are physically disabled and you need a way to get around, there are several options you might consider. The most popular are power wheelchairs and electric
Power Wheelchair orScooter – Which is a Better Choice?
While both products provide the user with increased mobility and comfort, they are not the same. To begin with, power wheelchairs can be difficult to transport. They are not foldable and they will often require a large, commodious vehicle to move them from place to place. Also, they are much bigger and wider than the average scooter, which means they may not be able to take you everywhere you want to go. A common problem of power wheelchair users is that they cannot fit through narrow doorways. This, however, is not an issue with power scooters which are lightweight and highly maneuverable. They are easy to transport and they can fit through even the narrowest of doorways.
What to Know When Buying a Scooter
When you have made the decision to purchase a
Electric scooters are by far the most popular transportation vehicle for the physically impaired. But this wasn’t always the case. Early models of electric scooters were shunned by buyers because they were bulky and had a short battery life. But over the years scooter manufacturers have addressed these concerns. The contemporary electric scooter is both easy to transport and can go for hours without having to be recharged.
On an average most electric scooters can run for 8 to 10 hours before running out of juice. That translates to 25 or 30 miles! They are also a cinch to move around. Many of them fold up, or come apart. You can separate them into three or four pieces when you need to move them or when they are not in use.
There are a variety of choices available for you when buying a