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Heavy Duty Scooters

FreeshipWith weight capacities of up to 350 lbs, heavy duty mobility scooters are strong enough to accommodate almost any user. When compared with lighter units, heavy duty models tend to feature bigger motors, wider bases, and larger tires. While a lighter model may be difficult to maneuver through rougher landscapes, a heavy duty mobility scooter is designed to tackle even the most challenging terrain.

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Phoenix 4 Wheel Heavy Duty Scooter by Drive

Phoenix 4 Wheel Heavy Duty Scooter by Drive

An easy, transportable mobility option that’s id...

$1,199.00

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EW-36 Mobility Scooter

EW-36 Mobility Scooter

High powered, 3-wheel mobility scooter by eWheels....

$2,295.00

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Phoenix 3 Wheel Heavy Duty Scooter by Drive

Phoenix 3 Wheel Heavy Duty Scooter by Drive

Combines easy portability with a 350 lb. weight ca...

$1,149.00

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Prowler 3310 3-Wheel Full Size Scooter

The Prowler Scooter is a top of the line scooter o...

$2,349.00

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EW-66 Mobility Scooter

High powered, 3-wheel mobility scooter that seats ...

$2,499.00

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Ventura 3 Wheel Scooter by Drive

A great combination of performance, size, comfort ...

$1,439.00

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Ventura 4 Wheel Scooter by Drive

A great combination of performance, size, comfort ...

$1,599.00

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Maverick Three Wheel Power Scooter by Drive Medical

Sport Style Captain’s Seat available in 20” or...

$4,699.99

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The EW-72 Four Wheel Mobility Scooter by eWheels

The EW-72 is the first high performance scooter ca...

$2,795.00

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Pride Mobility Victory 10 3-Wheel Scooter

With a full complement of advanced standard featur...

$1,829.00

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Pride Mobility Victory 10 4-Wheel Scooter

The sleek, sporty Victory® 10 mobility scooter de...

$1,929.00

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Pride Mobility Victory Sport 4-Wheel Scooter

The stylish, high-performing Victory® Sport Scoot...

$2,199.00

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Pride Mobility Maxima 3-Wheel Scooter

The Maxima Scooter features an upgraded electronic...

$2,699.00

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Pride Mobility Maxima 4-Wheel Scooter

Engineered with the bariatric market in mind, the ...

$2,999.00

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Electric Mobility Scooters
The Parentgiving Scooter Store offers a wide selection of Travel Scooters, 4-wheeled scooters and 3-wheeled mobility scooters at the guaranteed lowest prices anywhere. We are an authorized dealer of every major scooter brand: Drive Medical, E-Wheels, Pride Mobility, Golden Technology, and others. All of our scooters are certified brand new and backed by the manufacturer's warranty. Parentgiving also carries an extensive selection of scooter accessories such as cane holders, flags, storage bags, and or backpacks to stow your gear. With over 30 different mobility scooters starting at just over $500, we can meet most every client's scooter transportation requirements. Call or chat for assistance in selecting the perfect mobility scooter for you.

Mobility Scooter Shopping Tips
In general, mobility scooters are engineered for people who have some mobility but are tested by walking duration or walking distances. When shopping for a mobility scooter, one should consider the following:
  1. Where will the scooter be primarily used? (outdoor, indoor, or both)
  2. Where will the scooter be stored and charged when not in use? (garage, indoors, walkway, carport)
  3. How often the scooter will be transported in a motor vehicle? Does this require ramps, vehicle storage, locks?
Below are the three types of mobility scooters that Parentgiving offers. If you have any questions, concerns, or curiosity about where to begin or which scooter is most appropriate, please call our expert customer care staff.

Travel Mobility Scooters
These scooters are easily folded and ready for transport and are perfect for the person who likes to travel. Models in this category can disassemble into 3 or 4 pieces for easy transport in the trunk of most cars. The heaviest disassembled piece on our travel scooters weighs slightly more than 20 pounds. Sealed batteries make travel scooters airline safe (but be sure to contact your airline before booking a flight). These scooters tend to be compact so we don't recommend them for users over 300 lbs or over 5'10" in height. Pride's Go-Go scooter is a really popular choice.

3 Wheel Mobility Scooters
These scooters are the workhouse of all of the scooter classes — they are full featured, accommodate larger and taller users, and are flexible enough to be used indoors at home or outside. The 3 wheel scooter design generally offers more legroom for taller users and those with knee pain, and is much easier to use indoors with its smaller turn radius. Scooters in this class often carry an array of features like arm rests, storage baskets, swivel seats and more. Maximum weight capacity varies, but many models go up to 350 lbs and beyond. A popular 3 wheeled scooter that is becoming known for its top speed of 18 mph, and outdoor use is the E-Wheels EW -36.

4 Wheel Mobility Scooters
Four Wheel Mobility scooters offer the most stable scooter platform, and with a wider wheelbase, are designed primarily for outdoor use. Larger models have studded tires and high ground clearance and can even travel over rugged terrain. Some models offer an effective travel range of 20 plus miles per charge and a top speed of 10mph. We generally do not recommend 4 wheel scooters for indoor use.

FAQ:
  1. Can I take my scooter on an airplane? All mobility scooters sold at Parentgiving have batteries that are "maintenance free" and are allowed on airlines. The Parentgiving Scooter Store strongly recommend that you first check directly with your airline before attempting to travel with scooter batteries or a travel scooter.
  2. What is the difference between a Mobility scooter and a Power Wheelchair?
    • Scooters are navigated by using a tiller which steers the front wheel(s). Power wheelchairs often use a joystick for steering.
    • A mobility scooter seat is on a mounted stem — which allows the seat to rotate from side to side.
    • Scooters have base boards while Power Wheelchairs have footrests.
    • Scooters usually have much longer distance capacity on a single charge vs the limited range of Power Wheelchairs