TGA ZEST PLUS

TGA ZEST PLUS

£1,595.00 excl VAT

The Zest Plus has great performance with superb levels of stability, manoeuvrability and class-leading ground clearance. It has a clever ergonomic design with features including delta handlebars with lightweight thumb controls, practical and secure carrying options and a fully adjustable padded seat.

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TGA ZEST PLUS

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The Zest Plus has great performance with superb levels of stability, manoeuvrability and class-leading ground clearance. It has a clever ergonomic design with features including delta handlebars with lightweight thumb controls, practical and secure carrying options and a fully adjustable padded seat.

The scooter can be easily taken apart, even with the use of just one hand and simply stowed away or transported in the smallest of car boots. The Zest Plus is compact but bursting with features and style not normally found on a lot of scooters of this size.

  • Simple to take apart, liftable components, no fiddly connections
  • Modular design allows for easy storage and transportation
  • Excellent levels of stability and manoeuvrability
  • All round suspension for added comfort
  • Battery capacity with a range of up to 18 miles
  • User weight of up to 23.5 stone

FAQs

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.

Charging Instructions

  1. Make sure the mobility scooter is switched off before attempting to charge
  2. Plug the charger into the mobility scooter first and then into an electrical socket; then switch on the charger
  3. Wherever possible, try to use a mains socket to plug the charger in and not an extension lead
  4. 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.