Mobility Scooters & Powerchairs

Do you have trouble walking for extended periods of time? Do you have difficulty managing a walker, cane, or crutches? Do you use oxygen and need to conserve your breathing? Or do you suffer from constant joint pain, such as rheumatoid arthritis? If you are experiencing any of these, you may benefit from using a mobility scooter. United Access has partnered with Pride Mobility, the foremost manufacturer of positioning components, to help you achieve the best quality of life and mobility goals.

Things you should consider when you are buying a mobility scooter:

  • Does the chair offer enough cushion for you?
  • Does the chair rotate easily from side to side or is it stationary?
  • Is the chair adjustable up or down?
  • Is there enough room for your legs to rest comfortably?
  • How long does it take for the battery to fully charge?
  • How far can you travel before the battery needs to be recharged?
  • How fast can the scooter go?
  • What is the maximum weight a scooter can hold?
  • Is the size of the scooter airline-friendly?
  • Is it easy to take the scooter apart of fold it?
  • Who will service the scooter if there is a problem?

Enjoy lightweight travel and greater independence on the go. Comes in two seat widths (20″ or 18″w) with swing-out storage compartments below and an accessory mount for a cane or oxygen holder.

Provides stable outdoor performance so you can go anywhere. With a 300-pound weight capacity, top speeds up to 4 mph, and up to 12.4 miles per charge, it has everything you’re looking for in a mobility scooter.

Offers high-performance operation and easy disassembly for convenience on the go. Enjoy ample storage, simple navigation, and easy transfers from your home, into your car, and your destination.



Rugged and dependable with feather-touch disassembly and convenient under seat storage. Deceivingly compact, this go-getter of a mobility scooter has a weight capacity of up to 400 pounds.

Appeal to your sporty side and enjoy premium suspension, bright lighting and other sophisticated features, all in one sporty package. Riders are sure to appreciate its smooth controls and fully adjustable captain’s chair.

Frequently Asked Questions about Mobility Scooters

No, Medicare does not cover the cost of a mobility scooter. However, Medicare might cover some of the cost of equipment and other services needed due to a disability or illness. It is important to check with Medicare for specific coverage details.

There is no single answer to this question as it can depend on personal preference, lifestyle, budget, and the specific needs of the user. Some of the top-rated mobility scooters on the market today include scooters from Pride Mobility. These scooters are among the best yet affordable in terms of reliable performance, features, and price.

The cost of a mobility scooter can be anywhere from around $600 to $4,000 or more depending on the type and features.

Mobility scooters come in various models and sizes, and the amount of cushion they offer depends entirely on the specific model. Some mobility scooters come with a padded seat, while others offer less cushion. You can always add additional padding or cushioning if desired.

Mobility scooter chairs vary in design and features depending on the make and model. Some can rotate, tilt, or swivel, whereas other models may be stationary.

Yes, many mobility scooter chairs are adjustable, allowing users to adjust them up and down for comfort and convenience. 

This depends on the specific model of mobility scooter. Most mobility scooters have adjustable footrests so that the user can customize it for their individual needs. However, in some smaller models of mobility scooters, the legroom may be limited. It is important to check with the manufacturer or retailer to determine if a specific model offers enough legroom.

This will depend on the specific model of mobility scooter and the type of battery. Generally, it takes 8-10 hours for a 12 Ah battery to fully charge.

Unfortunately, no, mobility scooters are not usually given away for free. You usually need to purchase or rent a mobility scooter.

The distance that a mobility scooter can travel on a single battery charge is dependent on the size and type of the scooter, its battery size, and how much weight it is carrying. Generally, the battery range for an average-sized mobility scooter is between 10 and 25 miles per charge. Some mobility scooters can travel further.

The speed of a mobility scooter depends on the type and model. Generally, small and lightweight mobility scooters have a top speed of around 4-8 mph, whereas larger and more robust models could reach speeds of up to 10 mph.

It depends on the size of the scooter and the airline that you are flying with. Each airline has a different policy when it comes to mobility scooters. You should contact your airline directly to find out their specific policy.

Yes, most mobility scooters can be taken apart and folded quite easily. Each manufacturer will have its own instructions for taking apart and folding up the scooter. Most models will have easy-to-follow instructions, but it can help to view the manual or watch a tutorial video to get comfortable with the process.

If there is a problem with a mobility scooter, it should be serviced by a qualified professional who is experienced and knowledgeable about mobility scooters. Depending on the type and model of the scooter, you may need to contact the manufacturer or supplier for servicing and repairs.

The maximum weight capacity of a mobility scooter varies depending on the type and model. Generally, weight capacities range from 250-500 pounds, with some models capable of accommodating up to 700 pounds.