At RehabPulse, we offer a wide selection of all-terrain mobility scooters. By definition, all-terrain mobility scooters can easily and comfortably drive over a wide range of surfaces such as climbing trails, dry grass, mud, soil, sand and different sorts of rough or uneven surfaces.
All-terrain mobility scooters are outfitted with bigger tires and a great suspension system so those with mobility limitations are able to safely and comfortably access locations they may previously have struggled with other mobility aids. These models also feature a higher ground clearance and have a high weight limit.
All-terrain mobility scooters are used by people who enjoy spending time outdoors and exploring different environments. The versatility of these models brings new opportunities for freedom and adventure to users with mobility limitations who could not access many outdoor terrains previously – and they no longer have to miss out on fun outdoor activities with family or loved ones.
All-terrain mobility scooters are sturdy, powerful, and large framed which makes them capable of going places where the standard mobility scooter cannot. These mobility scooters have an array of safety features and improved functionality, including a horn, seat belt, safety brakes, headlights, mirrors, reflective strips, and more. These features empower users to enjoy life more fully.
The world is your oyster in an all-terrain mobility scooter – from oceanside get-aways, road trips to explore the wilderness, adventure holidays with family, or simple strolls in the countryside with friends.
What Are The Key Safety Elements of All-Terrain Mobility Scooters?
For mobility scooters, safety is a key concern due to the power and speed of the device and its varied usage including road driving, off-road, in homes and in recreational facilities. These safety features allow the device to be driven safely in daylight and after dark, as well as providing the user with peace of mind that they will remain secure in the scooter during usage. Features include:
Lights, including: headlights, brake lights, indicators and hazard lights
Reflective strips for night-time visibility
What Considerations Are There When Choosing An All-Terrain Mobility Scooter?
Since all-terrain scooters are generally larger and heavier than standard scooters, it can be difficult to move and transport them. Additionally, these scooters are not water safe as they are battery-operated and feature numerous electronic parts. While these scooters are equipped to travel across many dry terrains, they are not suitable for wet, clammy, or soggy surfaces.
Accessories And Features of All-Terrain Mobility Scooters
There are also multiple movable and removable features and accessories to consider when choosing the right all-terrain mobility scooter for your requirements:
Movable seat, arm rests and tiller
Size and cushioning of the seat
Size of the deck to fit your legs and feet comfortably
Adequate suspension for your environment
How To Choose The Best Mobility Scooter For You
If you want the freedom and capability to explore new places and enjoy new experiences, an all-terrain mobility scooter could be right for you. RehabPulse have a fantastic range of options for you.
The experts at RehabPulse.com can save you weeks of debating the pros and cons of different options, as well as recommend the best all-terrain mobility scooter to suit your requirements.
For more questions, please don’t hesitate to call 1-877-234-2018.