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Mobility Scooters in San Diego

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Individuals with major mobility limitations may find a scooter to be a lifeline. These heavy-duty machines may provide safe, dependable movement for indoor and outdoor usage, and they come in a range of designs to meet their users' lifestyles and demands.

Mobility scooters are built to be safe, user-friendly, and convenient. While the scooter's low centre of gravity makes it simpler to control, its battery power allows you to ride it wherever — inside or outdoors, on sidewalks or roadways — without worrying about finding an electrical outlet.

You can travel around simply and safely with a mobility scooter while maintaining your freedom. These vehicles contain steering columns that allow users to travel forward, backward, and turn in various directions. Overall, a mobility scooter can help you go around more comfortably and cover more distance without exerting yourself.

When is a Mobility Scooter Appropriate for Personal Transportation in San Diego?

How To Find The Correct Mobility Scooters Measurements

Harmony Home Medical offers specialized measuring to ensure every customer is fitted properly for their new mobility scooter.

Our On Duty ATP (Assistive Technology Professional) can do an assesment to make sure you are fitter with the scooter than can best suit your needs. Having the right scooter is most important to accomodate your daily needs and improve your quality of life.

There are many different kinds of mobility scooters, so most people will be able to find one that works for them. We'll make sure it's easy for you to choose the one that will work best for you.

Not ready to buy? Try our flexible manual mobility scooter rental program!

Contact us about delivery options, or you can go to our rentals page and select your product.

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After Purchase Care

Once you purchase a mobility scooter from Harmony Home Medical, the experience does not stop there.

Harmony Home Medical will give one year of free in-home service on new scooters. We provide free minor maintenance and adjustments in-store for life.

We can also alter several of the scooters to meet the changing demands of patients. Because our bodies and needs vary throughout time, changes can be made if necessary.

It’s important to buy your medical equipment from a company that stands by their products, and that is what Harmony does. We’re here to help and here to stay!

Types of Mobility Scooters in San Diego

Reasons for Buying A Mobility Scooter in San Diego

Safe and Reliable

When you use a mobility scooter, you don't have to rely on your own strength or coordination to get around. You can also use the brakes and lights, which give you complete control over how you move. This makes them a great option for people who want to get around in a safe and reliable way.

Easy to Use

It is easy to ride an electric scooter. You can go in any direction you want with just the push of a button. Mobility scooters are also pretty light and easy to move around. So, you won't have to limit where you go because of bad weather or other problems.

Mobility Scooter Batteries

It is always possible to update or replace the batteries in a scooter; however, it is crucial to keep in mind that doing so will result in the scooter gaining more weight. The 12V battery, which can be charged from an outlet in the wall, is the kind of battery that is most commonly seen in mobility scooters. The amount of time that a single charge keeps your scooter running, as well as the type of terrain that it is utilized on, will be major factors in determining how long the battery will last overall. They have a lifespan of around 18 months before they need to be replaced, but they have the potential to endure for several years if they are properly maintained and used no more than twice each day.

Choosing the Right Mobility Scooter

When shopping for a mobility scooter, there are a few things to keep in mind. Some of these are your lifestyle, your size, and how well you can move around. Some people need help getting on and off the scooter, some people can't drive a scooter with both hands, and some people need special seating and positioning to help them stay balanced while they're in the chair. If you need a machine that can get you up hills or across rough terrain, a heavy-duty or 4-wheel scooter would be a good choice. A travel scooter is best for people who often use their own cars, planes, or cruise ships because it is lighter, maybe foldable, and easier to move into and out of tight spaces like a car trunk. It depends on who you are and what you need.