Choosing a Pavement scooter
14 Nov 2018
A pavement scooter is the perfect middle ground when it comes to mobility products. Many people choosing a scooter will look at the range, suspension, price, warranty and safety features before making their decision and pavement scooters provide the ideal combination of all of these. These scooters are ideal for travelling around the local area due to their size and speed but can also be taken out on day trips as they will have superior range over smaller scooters.
Invacare show their confidence in the Leo, by providing an impressive 2-year warranty, double the average warranty for a mobility scooter. This ever-reliable scooter offers the pavement limit speed of 4mph and a solid 23-mile range off a single charge and is also available in red, blue or silver.
PRIDE COLT PLUS:
Back by popular demand in 2018, Pride’s re release of the Colt Plus offers scooter users an affordable pavement option. It’s pneumatic tyres and wrap around delta tiller provide the user with a comfortable ride and ease of grip, especially for those with problems such as arthritis. It sits upon a set of large 10 inch wheels which can handle more uneven ground. We have previously profiled this product.
SUNRISE MEDICAL STERLING S400:
For those after the most comfortable of rides, the S400 is the go-to pavement scooter. As the more premium in its class the S400 is kitted out with full suspension, providing comfort across most grounds and a high back adjustable seat, which is particularly useful for those who suffer from back pain.
We do offer a wide range of different pavement scooters, for various different wants and needs.