Summer is a great time to get your scooter out and enjoy the great outdoors; particularly the sights of our beautiful Yorkshire Dales! Unless you’re exploring your local area, you’ll probably need to pop your scooter in the boot of the car to get it around.
Scooters can be pretty heavy to try and lift into the boot, so we’ve thought of a few useful things that will help you with getting mobility scooters into cars.
- Folding Scooters
Folding scooters sometimes referred to as ‘boot scooters’, are models that can be split down and disassembled to fit more compactly into the back of the car.
There is a range of different boot scooters available, boasting different features like battery size, speed, and weight. This is a particularly easy way of getting mobility scooters into cars.
One of our most popular models is the Apex Rapid. It’s one of the few boots scooters on the market that boasts suspension as well as compact structure.
The Liberty Vogue is another option that offers all-around suspension, as well as the ability to be packed away in the boot of the car. But if you’re looking for something more heavy duty with a better travel range, then the Sapphire 2 is one of a few mid-sized models that can disassemble to fit into the car.