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Mobility Scooters for Handicapped People
Confinement can be the most depressing situation that handicapped individuals can experience. Nobody wants to stay inside four walls for a long time, especially when it isn’t necessary. Devices like walkers are a great tool for those with balance issues or needing more support. For those who need more than just a walker to get around, especially for longer distances, there are many mobility scooters on the market.
Electric power chairs scooters have been around for quite a long time. In fact, one model called the Solo Fleet Unit was designed and used originally as a rental unit for Disney World and other theme parks. It has the basic features of a scooter for the mobility-impaired. Known for its durability, this model can withstand continual use, hill climbing, outdoor weather and other heavy-duty capabilities. It can accommodate a 450-lb user with its sturdy solid tires and aluminum frame construction. Equipped with a 7 ampere-hour charger, front and rear bumpers, and a magnetic circuit breaker, this unit can resist harsh weather and provide ultimate safety for the user with its automatic headlight, back-up horn and variable speed control.
Aside from uncompromised mobility, electric mobility scooters are designed to provide disabled people with a safe mode of transportation to the nearest store, park or community building. These battery-operated mobiles can be three- or four-wheeled, with the general idea of easy operation with the digital panel system, controls system and assembly system. Most scooters run at the speed of 10 miles per hour, have double-disc break systems, and provide emergency break lock without roll-back on inclined surfaces. Headlight dimming and blinking mirrors are useful for signaling, while the multifunctional display panel shows information and a malfunction message. Wheels are made of aluminum alloy and are foam filled so that flatting is not an issue. Seat upgrades are available, which includes armrests, belts, and full-circle swivel.
In addition to regular scooters, there are also foldable and easy-to-assemble units. Lightweight models can be quickly folded and unfolded in just one minute, so they can be packed away in the trunk in no time. With the capacity of 250 pounds, these units can run for 4 miles per hours or 6 kilometers per hour. Most have baskets and swivel seat lever, solid wheels, front and back bumper, and a T handle bar. These scooters are available in various colors such as blue, black, burgundy, red, champagne and metallic tones. They have tiller design that allow more knee room and steering control, quick connect battery pack, adjustable seat height and puncture-proof tires.
With these innovative mobility scooters Individuals with a disability can get around to the places they want and need to go in a safe and secure way. The secure features prevent and protect them from accidents and indeed increase their movement on wheels, and provide them a uniquely comfortable travel experience.