Posts on some lightweight battery powered mobility scooters that can be used on the pavement and are mainly powered by lithium ion dry cell batteries.
I have owned a Travelscoot since 2011. It has totally transformed my life and given back to my independence. The great advantage as far a I am concerned is that it does not make me feel disabled even though I cannot walk unaided. Also it is a unique and totally practical design.
If you have a Travelscoot mobility scooter you would like to sell then please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I have successfully sold quite a few through this website. I will write a blog post or advert to let people know that one is available for purchase. I will then issue an email to everyone on my email subscription list and use social media to promote the sale. All you will need to do is send me a couple of photos, just one of the Travelscoot & one showing the battery details plus a brief description. I can advise you on a sensible price to ask for it. I will need your email address, the area where you live and the selling price. You are responsible for selling the Travelscoot but please tell me when you completed the sale.
Incidentally 2nd hand Travelscoots are like hens teeth.
I think I’ve got a problem sorted then something happens and no amount of planning I do can possibly predict this. I have just returned from a five-week trip to Australia with seven flights. Call two of them problematic 🙁 just unplanned flight incidents for my TravelScoot. My mobility scooter was damaged by an airline twice […]
I have owned a TravelScoot since 2010. Here are two stories using my Travelscoot. Just in case you didn’t know the Travelscoot is the lightest mobility scooter, has a unique design and is practical in so many ways. Two stories using my Travelscoot It is known affectionately as The Trike. Everywhere I go The Trike […]
There was a wonderful time when I had felt totally unrestricted and able to move easily. Even on the fateful day in 1995 when the consultant diagnosed me with multiple sclerosis I was just a normal guy. Multiple sclerosis, I had never heard of it. I had to look it up in an encyclopaedia and […]
I first saw a Travelscoot in the summer of 2010. Straight away I knew it was going to be the ideal solution for me. By then multiple sclerosis had limited my walking to the extent that I struggled to walk more than a mile. Up until then I had managed with a manual wheelchair but […]
The Zinger battery powered lightweight wheelchair is fun to use. It’s small nippy and a new concept. It can be used both indoors and outside The Zinger is comfortable and it’s manoeuvrable; it can literally turn on a sixpence piece. The armrests on a zinger are optional. The basic model has no handle bar so […]
A mobility scooter that folds up on the press of a button. It seems a genuine novelty but the Di Blasi R30 Folding Mobility Scooter is not the only one on the market. Click here to find out more about it. I like the 1930’s style and the large wheels so it can go over […]
Building on the nationwide popularity of the Minimo range of folding mobility scooters, TGA launches a lighter mobility scooter the Minimo Plus for even greater levels of independence and transportablity. This latest version of the Minimo Plus is easier to lift, provides an upgraded driving experience and delivers additional safety. Its advanced lightweight design combines the compact […]
Sould a mobility scooter be insured? The simple answer is yes but it is not a legal requirement. Always check your insurance, sometimes household insurance can be sufficient. There have been a small number of cases where uninsured people have lost their homes after being sued for negligence after injuring people with their scooter. Don’t let it […]
The important point with a Lithium Ion battery is that it is light. The Lithium Ion battery for a Travelscoot weighs about 2.5 kg. More good news, the Li-Ion battery has no “memory effect”, simply charge it up as and when necessary. These type of batteries exist in your computer, mobile phone and on light […]
I received my new Travelscoot mobility scooter frame a few days ago. It is the lightest folding mobility scooter, only weighs 18 Kg. I was really looking forward to trying it out. The new Travelscoot model has reverse gear and drum brakes but it has retained the ‘A frame’ design. The innovative unique hinge means […]
I took a test ride on the Luggie mobility scooter at a recent Naidex show in Birmingham. As a piece of engineering I thought it was slick and well made. Extremely easy to fold down, just as easy to unfold so it can be ridden. I’m only able to compare it against the Travelscoot. Each […]
Motability helps disabled people have a more independent life style. Motability enabled them to own a car or a powered wheelchair To do this you contribute all or part of the higher rate mobility element of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA). Motability is a registered charity It has overall responsibility for the Motability Scheme, it […]
Travelscoot mobility scooter is lightweight, fun to ride and it has given me freedom and independence. What I am talking about? The Travelscoot mobility scooter has a range of about 8 miles and a top speed of 4 mph and it is an innovative design. It weighs about 18 Kg, turns on a sixpence and […]