Compare up to three mobility scooters (and the WHILL C powerchair) side-by-side, see prices, full specification, vehicle class, battery information and scooter dimensions. Use this tool to help compare and contrast capabilities and ascertain which scooter is the best fit for your needs.
The TGA Mobility scooter range offers 17 models, each designed to meet different demands. You may require a lightweight or foldable mobility scooter to fit into your car boot, or for when you are travelling overseas. If you live in the countryside an off-road-capable, heavy duty scooter that is comfortable over rough ground may be more suited to your requirements. You might want the best of both worlds; a portable mobility scooter that is apt for varied terrain and long distances. Which ever scenario describes your situation, TGA Mobility have a scooter that can deliver.
The Department of Transport classifies mobility scooters into two distinct maximum speed categories: Class 2 denotes a scooter that can used on the pavement at a speed which does not exceed 4mph (6.4kph); Class 3 is a vehicle which can be used on the public highway and is capable of a maximum speed of 8mph (12kph), 4mph (6.4kph) when the scooter is taken on the pavement.