Outdoor Mobility Scooters

If you know you’ll be using your mobility scooter outdoors, there are several features you’ll want to look for. Large motors and tires, headlights, and backlit displays become more attractive features when traveling out of doors; conversely, a tight turning radius and compact size become less important. In this section, we've assembled what we believe to be the best outdoor mobility scooters in our inventory, so if you’re the type who needs a constant fix of fresh air; you’re in the right place.

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    1. Red Elephant Heavy-Duty Mobility Scooter
      Red Elephant Heavy-Duty Mobility Scooter
      33 Reviews
      • 500 lbs. Capacity, 15 MPH speed, 43 mile range.
      • 14” front and 16” rear flat-free suspension tires.
      • Front and rear headlights / rear basket.
      • Delivered fully assembled.
      Weight Capacity 500 lbs.
      Product Weight 257 lbs.
      Max Speed 15 mph
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    2. Gazelle Mobility Scooter with Canopy and Windshield
      Gazelle Mobility Scooter with Canopy and Windshield
      1 Reviews
      • Windshield and Canopy combination shield the rider—rain or shine
      • 300lbs. Capacity, 9.8 MPH speed, 31 mile range
      • 14” front and rear suspension tires
      • Front and rear headlights / secure rear storage compartment
      • Delivered fully assembled
      Weight Capacity 300 lbs.
      Product Weight 242.5 lbs.
      Max Speed 10 mph
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      Often dubbed medical scooters, generally because medical necessity precipitates purchase, are small mobility vehicles. These battery powered scooters are particularly useful to people who find walking difficult. Many medical scooter users only take their scooters out for traveling long distances.

      This page features the 4 wheel scooter variety, however we also offer 3 wheel scooter options. When considering a four wheel scooter, think about where and how you plan to travel. Four wheel scooter models offer a more stable base and, generally, more power. However, the wider wheel base makes negotiating tight corners more difficult. Call one of representatives for further advice on your future medical scooter.

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