Portable Mobility Scooters

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Why might I need a portable mobility scooter?
A disadvantage of the larger mobility scooters is that they can be heavy and bulky. This can make transporting and storing them difficult. You may not be able to take your mobility scooter on family days out or holidays etc. The solution to this is a range of portable mobility scooters designed to be quickly and easily dismantled and reassembled.

Pg 4 gogo      GoGo LX disassembled       GoGo LX

Models we stock

Invacare Colibri  Invacare Calibri
  • 18 stone weight capacity
  • Leading UK model
  • 4 mph
  • 8-10 mile maximum range
  • Easy to fold and transport

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Pride GoGo logoPride GoGo
  • 19.5 stone weight capacity
  • Best selling model
  • 8-10 mile range
  • Very easy to transport
  • 4 mph maximum speed
  • Go-Go BROCHURE

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Pride GoGo Plus logoPride GoGo plus
  • 23.5 stone weight capacity
  • Very easy to transport
  • 4 mph maximum speed
  • 10-13 mile range
  • Leading UK brand
  • Go-Go plus BROCHURE

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Pride Apex Rapid logo Pride Apex Rapid

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Pride GoGo Sport logoPride GoGo Sport
  • 23 stone weight capacity
  • 4 mph maximum speed
  • Front and rear LED lights
  • Modern styling
  • Longer wheelbase for taller clients
  • Go-Go Sport BROCHURE

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Kymco K-lite logoKymco K-Lite
  • 4 mph maximum speed
  • Lightweight scooter
  • Easy to fold and transport
  • 18 stone maximum speed
  • 8-10 mile range

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Why should I purchase my portable scooter from 1st Step Mobility?

  • 1st Step Mobility has been providing mobility products for a long time.
  • We stock a good range of scooters from the leading UK brands.
  • Full aftersales service
  • Fast and free delivery
  • No obligation home demonstration

Aftersales and servicing

With over 50 years of experience of working on mobility scooters and stairlifts, we are confident that once you’ve bought a product or service from 1st Step Mobility, you will never need to look elsewhere again. We have a comprehensive back up service from our manufacturer-trained team of in-house and field service technicians.

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Looking after your batteries.

One of the most important parts of owning a scooter is looking after and maintaining the batteries. Following our simple Battery Care Guide will help you in making the batteries last longer resulting in you receiving more miles per charge.

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Accessories

A full range of accessories are available for these scooters

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What do I need to know about using a scooter in the United Kingdom?

There are several things that people looking to buy a portable mobility scooter should know before purchasing one. Some legal requirements exist that may need to be understood regarding road use, speed restrictions and tax discs.

Most of our ranges of portable mobility scooters are classified by the DVLA as class 2 i.e. limited to a maximum speed of 4 mph and they can only be used on footpaths and not to be driven on roads. The same basic rules as pedestrians have.

Portable scooters currently do not require a tax disc registration because they won’t be allowed on the road.

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