Kymco Midi £550.00 ex VAT


Kymco Midi Specifications: Overall Length 48.5″ (123cm) Overall Width 23.25″ (59cm) Overall Height 39.75″ (101cm) Safe Climbing Angle 10 degrees Batteries 2 x 12V x 50a/h SLA Total Weight 217 Lbs (98.6Kg) Heaviest Part 57.5 Lbs (26Kg) Turning Radius 61.5 inches (156cm) Max. Speed 6mph (9.6Kmh) Max. User Weight 25st (160Kg) Max. Range* 25 miles (40Km) Colour Blue (Metallic)…

Illusion – World’s Lightest Mobility scooter only £1,695.00 ex VAT


SAVE £430.00 The lightest 4-wheel, car transportable, full suspension scooter in the world! Recomended price £2,125.00 CCF Mobility price £1,695.00 Ex VAT Key Features: Ultra-Lightweight lithium battery Manufactured with aircraft-grade aluminium Heaviest part when disassembled weighs less than 10kg All-round suspension with superbly comfortable ride 10 Mile Range Description: The new generation Illusion scooter has…

Mobility Scooters


KYMCO Mobility Scooters Boot Scoots Mid Range   High Range For more information on Mobility Scooters, please use the links below Information on buying a mobility scooter Mobility Scooter Service Mobility Scooters Frequently asked questions My Mobility Scooter will not go Mobility Scooter Battery Charging

Kymco K-Lite Comfort Mobility Scooter


The New K-Lite Comfort K-Lite Comfort mobility scooter has been designed to provide you with not only the ultimate in transportability but also the most comfortable, lightweight & most manoeuvrable of scooters available. Designed with lightweight components & utilising ergonomic dismantling mechanisms, we have developed one of the lightest scooters on the market. This brand…

Mobility Scooters Facts & Information


The Travel Mobility Scooter The “Boot Scoot” as it is known in the trade is a scooter that comes apart easily and can be packed into the boot of a car. This type of Mobility Scooter is ideal for going out for walks with the family & friends; and can be taken away on holiday….

Mobility Scooter Service


Why have your scooter serviced? As you depend on your scooter to give you independence and transportation it is vital that your scooter is reliable and safe to use. All mobility scooter manufactures recommend that scooters are serviced at least once a year. If you wish to sell your scooter at some point, it could…

Information on buying a Mobility Scooter


Buying a Mobility Scooter Buying a Mobility Scooter can seem like a mine field, but by reading this article, all will become clear. You will find help, advice and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) answered. This article was written by a Mobility Engineer with years of experience with all types of Mobility Equipment including Mobility Scooters.

My Mobility Scooter won’t go


As a Mobility Engineer I am often asked “Why won’t my Scooter move?” Surprisingly in about 80% of cases, just by talking to the owner over the phone and asking them to carry out simple checks, can rectify the problem. So if your “Mobility Scooter Won’t Go”, follow these simple checks and hopefully you will be among…

1. Is your scooter connected to the charger


1. Is your scooter connected to the charger If your scooter is connected to the charger then it will not go. The reason for this is to prevent you driving off while connected to the charger, which would cause you to rip out the plug / wires. Remedy Switch off the charger and disconnect it…

2. Is your battery charged


2. Is Your Battery Charged Check the fuel gauge to make sure the gauge is in the green or yellow. If the gauge is pointing to the red, then your battery requires charging, your scooter can sense this and will not run. Remedy If you have a scooter that comes apart (a boot scooter), then…

3. Are you in Gear


3. Are You In Gear Check to ensure you are in gear; get off the scooter and see if you can push the scooter freely. If you can push the scooter then you are in free wheel. Remedy Move the lever at the back of the scooter to the picture that shows a person sitting…

4. Is your Wig-Wag Clear


4. Is Your Wig Wag Clear The Wig Wag is the bar you press to go forward or reverse. It must be in the rest position before you switch on the Mobility Scooter. Remedy Remove any bags from the handle bars Ensure the Wig Wag is at the rest position ( parallel to the handlebars)…

5. Are you Connected


5. Are You Connected If you have a transportable (boot scooter) ensure the rear and front end are joined firmly together and are in line. Also if there are any plug and sockets used to connect the electrics, check they are in firmly. Remedy Reconnect the front and back of the scooter Reconnect plugs and…

6. Is your Battery Faulty


6. Is Your Battery Faulty If your fuel gauge is pointing to the green area; but when you move the Wig Wag (forward / reverse lever) the gauge points to the red or goes fully to the left, and then you let go of the Wig Wag and the gauge goes slowly back into the…

7. Is Your Charger Working


7. Is Your Charger Working When you connect your charger the charge light should come on. Once the battery is 95% charged then the charge light should go out. Charging can take up to 12 hours, I always recommend you leave your battery on charge over night, the charger will switch off the charge internally once your battery is fully…

Q: AGM or GEL battery?


Q: AGM or GEL battery? A: An Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) is the standard Mobility Scooter battery, and is for general use. The Gelled Electrolyte (GEL) is capable of a deeper discharge and can be charged / discharged (cycled) more than a AGM battery; it is usually used by people who use their Mobility Scooter for…