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What's a Heavy Duty Mobility Scooter?

What's a Heavy Duty Mobility Scooter?

Heavy-duty mobility scooters provide a world of priceless benefits to larger-sized persons who may need some personal mobility assistance. With strong, reinforced frames and extra powerful motors, these sturdy scooters can be an essential aid to daily activities or a convenient means of personal transportation.

A bariatric motorized scooter from Hoveround also increases opportunities for living an active and independent life. This may be especially helpful for specific individuals (weighing from 300 pounds to 450 pounds) who either don't qualify for a doctor-prescribed power chair, or have no interest in purchasing one. With online shopping, they can easily buy a power scooter to suit their personal mobility needs.

Choosing a Heavy Duty Capacity Scooter

When choosing a heavy-duty motorized scooter, mobility-challenged adults usually have three primary questions:

  • Will a mobility scooter safely and comfortably support my full body weight?
  • Is there a stylish scooter with the power, capabilities and features I want?
  • I need a reliable, heavy-duty capacity scooter. How much does one cost?

The Phoenix Heavy Duty and Cobra Deluxe mobility scooters are both capable of competently tackling a variety of outdoor ground surfaces. The Cobra also comes standard with a high-back Captain's Seat, and they are both well-suited for secure, comfortable all-day use.

Hoveround takes the hassle out of shopping for a personal mobility scooter. Simply take a moment to view our heavy duty mobility scooters to explore and compare models, prices, options and available accessories. Choose the one that matches your need, and complete your purchase right from the comfort of your home!

If you have any questions at all, our Mobility Specialists are available to assist. Just call 1-800-542-7236. And, remember, Hoveround scooters come with Free Standard Shipping and a 14-Month Peace of Mind Warranty.

This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice.

November 21, 2013