- Top speed of 4mph
- Maximum range of 13 miles on full battery charge
- Folds to a compact size within 15 seconds
- Compact scooter designed to fit into small car boots
- Lightweight folding scooter weighs in at only 27.5kg (60lb), making it ideal for cruises, flights and bus trips
- Scooter can be folded and unfolded using the remote control or buttons on the tiller of the scooter itself
- Comfortable padded seat and backrest
- Carry handle allows the scooter to be easily lifted in and out of car boots
- Automatic electromagnetic brake system
- Height adjustable tiller to suit user requirements
- Solid puncture proof tyres
- On-board charging, with batteries included as standard
- Ground clearance of 40mm
- Rear anti-tip wheels as standard
- Anti-roll back system safety device prevents scooter from rolling backwards on hills
- 25.9V 12ah lithium ion airline friendly battery
- Available in Electric Blue
- Weight capacity of 125kg (19.7st)
Drive Folding Mobility Scooter
£1,995.00 excl VAT
The Folding Scooter can be easily folded or unfolded by remote control in under 15 seconds, providing a quick and easy transport solution for users on the go.
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To enquire about the Drive Folding Mobility Scooter, please fill in the form below or call us on 0121 371 0780
Do I need to tax my mobility scooter?
No. But you may need to register it. Find out more information on our scooter tax blog post.
Do I need mobility scooter insurance?
It is not currently required but we do highly recommend it. Find out more information on our scooter insurance blog post.
- Make sure the mobility scooter is switched off before attempting to charge
- Plug the charger into the mobility scooter first and then into an electrical socket; then switch on the charger
- Wherever possible, try to use a mains socket to plug the charger in and not an extension lead
- When charging is complete, switch off the charger before removing it from the mobility scooter
For more information on how to get the most out of your mobility scooter battery, including tips on when and where to charge, see our handy Battery Guide.