Common questions answered.
Yes, most airlines allow mobility scooters to be transported. However the rules can be different depending what kind of batteries your scooter operates with.
Recent changes in Civil Aviation Authority, CAA, legislation mean there are now limits on the size of a Lithium-ion battery that can be taken on a plane.
The 24v 11.5ah battery is CAA compliant and can be taken on a plane.
The 24v 14.5ah battery is not CAA compliant and cannot be taken on a plane.
Double check with your tour operator or airline before booking your flight.
Before travelling with your scooter remember the following:
Absolutely. The Minimo is lightweight and simple to fold. It is lightweight, compact and folds in seconds, so it is perfect to take with you wherever you are going. If you are looking to drive your car to the shops, visit a town, go sightseeing, explore scenic gardens or view a stately home it's so nice to have your own scooter with you and avoid the cost of hiring scooters or the hassle of manual wheelchairs.
The Minimo is designed to fold in a single movement without any parts to dismantle and comfortably fits into a standard car boot. It's lightweight design means that lifting it in and out of the boot is strain free and with a revolutionary lightweight battery that you can literally pick up with one finger, it makes the whole process of getting the scooter in and out of the car hassle-free.
Yes. Every licensed black cab in London is wheelchair accessible and equipped with ramps.
Yes. The Minimo meets the requirements for scooters that are allowed on most buses, trams and trains. Its small turning circle and compact chassis make this possible.