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Pride Mobility Apex Rapid review

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The Pride Mobility Apex Rapid is a modestly priced but impressively chunky boot scooter with shock absorbers. But does chunkiness equal comfort, and how easy will you find it to dismantle this heavy mobility scooter and put in your car boot? We put it through riding and boot-storage tests so read the full review to find out.
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We have tested 13 mobility scooters and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 3 Best Buys.
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  2. 67%
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  3. 79%
    Highest score
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