Whether you’re buying your very first mobility scooter or changing to a different model, we’ve picked out the three boot scooters that most impressed in our expert reviews.
When you’re flicking through scooter catalogues or visiting a showroom, there’s no way of knowing what each model is like to live with on a day-to-day basis.
But all three of our top mobility scooters are Which? Best Buys, so you can be sure that they balance smart handling and manoeuvrability with convenient everyday use – and will play a key role in helping you remain independent for longer.
Find out which scooters aced our tests by heading straight to our top three best mobility scooters table.
Video: what makes a Which? Best Buy mobility scooter?
Our video explains what a mobility scooter has to do to achieve coveted Best Buy status.
You can check out all the models that have aced our tests in our list of Best Buy mobility scooters.
Buying and hiring mobility scooters
If you think a mobility scooter might improve your or a loved one’s quality of life, there are several ways to find your chosen Best Buy.
The manufacturer’s website is a good place to start, although you may be able to find cheaper prices elsewhere. Even if you do want to order your scooter from an online retailer, it’s always a good idea to try the scooter in the flesh by visiting a showroom or shop before parting with your cash.
If you’re on a budget, don’t be put off by mobility scooter prices – there are some real bargains to be had on the second-hand market. And if you only want a scooter for a limited time period, such as for a holiday or while you’re suffering a short-term health complaint, consider hiring an electric scooter just for the time you need it.
For more expert tips on hunting down your ideal model, read our guide on where to buy a mobility scooter.