Power Scooters and Chairs is your premier online provider for adult electric scooters, motorized wheelchairs, and mobility scooters.
Owning your power chair or electric mobility vehicle may be much easier than you thought! We work with Medicare as well as hundreds of insurance companies to ensure that we provide you with the type of vehicle that fits your needs. In addition to working with managed care facilities and organizations such as TRICARE, we also offer options for you to skip insurance and financing and pay for your device with cash or credit.
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Which Power Scooter or Motor Scooter is Best for Me?
Adult scooters come in many varieties, shapes, sizes and colors. Furthermore they are known by many different names such as adult electric scooters, mobility scooters, or motorized wheelchairs. Most mobility vehicles either have 3 wheels or 4 wheels. When speaking with our representatives, we will help you compare the features and benefits of multiple mobility scooters so you'll know which one is right for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Power Wheelchairs.
Power wheelchairs have greatly changed the lives of those who are challenged with limited mobility. With a powerchair, independence is our goal. We provide a product that will help you to regain your freedom, your independence, and take control of your life.
How do I care for my mobility vehicle?
Just like any normal vehicle, your powerchair will need regular maintenance. Our chairs are designed to be maintained easily by the owner with minimal breaking down or tearing apart. But also like ordinary vehicles, it's best to have a trained professional on handy for scheduled maintenance or repairs. Powerscootersandchairs will provide you with the necessary resources to keep your mobility vehicle in top running condition. We also provide the necessary manuals needed to perform owner maintenance. We also connect you with our mobile repair specialists who can come to your home and perform repairs when needed.
As a precaution, always remember to switch power off on your device before handling or performing repairs.