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Mobility Scooters

Mobility Scooters

Do you need some help finding the right Mobility scooter? Then you have come to the right place. At Countrywide Health & Mobility we stock mobility scooters form the best disability scooter brands around in our Barnsley Mobility Superstore, including travel scooters, folding scooters, lightweight scooters, pavement scooters, car boot scooters and 6mph & 8mph mobility scooters from top brands including Drive, Vanos and Pride.

With our fantastic range of mobility scooters, you can enjoy being active, in style and comfort, whilst meeting the mobility requirements of most users. Our electric mobility scooters are some of the lowest priced scooters available in the UK. So, whether it is walking your dog or popping to the shops, we have the mobility scooter for you. We also offer mobility scooter insurance and extended scooter warranty to give you peace of mind whilst out and about.

If you are new to scooters you can read our mobility scooter FAQs, view our range of mobility scooters below or alternatively you can explore our assortment of mobility scooter accessories including scooter covers, batteries and bags.

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Mobility Scooter FAQs

Which Mobility Scooter Is Best for You?

Purchasing a new mobility scooter is a substantial investment, yet highly practical one. An electric scooter ensures independence and facilitates safe travel. Some folding models of scooter are even suitable for holidays, eliminating the need for rental scooters. However, with numerous mobility scooter options available, choosing the right one can feel overwhelming. There are several types of mobility scooters, each tailored to specific needs and lifestyles. These can be purchased online or test-driven at our UK mobility showroom. We can assist you in determining whether a car boot mobility scooter, portable mobility scooter, class 2 mobility scooter for pavement use, or a class 3 road legal mobility scooter with extended range and additional features suits your requirements.

Folding Mobility Scooters

Folding mobility scooters feature automatic folding frames, eliminating the need for cumbersome disassembly. With a simple click of a button on the scooter or a key fob, these travel scooters swiftly fold into a compact size for effortless storage and convenient transportation on public transit.

Travel Mobility Scooters

Travel mobility scooters are lightweight and portable models that can be dismantled for easy storage and transportation. They are perfect for individuals who desire to take their scooter on holiday, whether at home or abroad, or for short trips to the local shops.

Pavement Mobility Scooters

Pavement mobility scooters are generally larger in size and equipped with bigger batteries that offer a longer travel range. They often boast additional features such as suspension systems and padded captain's seats for enhanced comfort during lengthier journeys.

6-8mph Mobility Scooters

These road legal long-distance mobility scooters have a maximum speed of 8mph but must be limited to 4mph or below for pavement use. Safety features like lights, mirrors, and efficient braking systems ensure compliance with British Government requirements for class 3 scooters. A driving license is not required; however, registering the scooter with the DVLA is advised, and insurance is recommended.

Does a mobility scooter require taxation and insurance, similar to regular vehicles?

During the purchasing process, it is important to be familiar with the regulations. Refer to the guidelines provided on It's worth noting that class 3 mobility scooters do not require road tax. However, the owner must be listed as the registered keeper, which entails obtaining a new vehicle logbook (V5C). While mobility scooter insurance is not legally mandatory, it is advisable as it provides protection against damage and theft.

How fast can a Mobility Scooter go?

When it comes to speed, mobility scooters have varying maximum speeds. Most models can reach a top speed of 4 mph, although certain scooters can go as fast as 8 mph. Class 3 mobility scooters generally offer higher speeds compared to their Class 2 mobility scooter counterparts, as they can be operated on the road.

Questions you will need to ask yourself or a loved one when buying a scooter. 

  • What is your budget?
  • What journeys will you be using the scooter for?
  • Do you need a pavement or a road scooter?
  • ill the scooter need to fit in a car boot? 
  • If you are looking for extra information and expert guidance while getting your scooter, contact our kind and friendly customer service team on 0800 999 5990. They'll be thrilled to lead you towards the mobility scooter of your dream

What help can you get when buying a mobility scooter?

We offer our customers a choice to pay with the Klarna finance option.

Klarna is a pay in 3 option this is an unregulated credit agreement. Please be aware that borrowing beyond your means or failing to make timely payments can have a negative effect on your financial standing and ability to acquire credit. This offer is available to UK residents who are 18 years of age or older and is subject to approval. Late fees may be charged, and terms and conditions apply.

How it works

  • Once you have added products to your basket go to checkout. Within payment methods select "Pay with Klarna"
  • You will then be asked to enter a few personal details on the checkout. Once submitted, you’ll find out instantly if you’ve been approved.
  • Klarna will send you an email confirmation and reminders when it’s time to pay. You can also manage your orders and payments in the Klarna app.