We keep hundreds of new and reconditioned mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs in stock at any one time. The table below shows our current stock of refurbished mobility scooters.
We are happy to bring any of these scooters out to you or you can ask us to move one to your local branch. Feel free to call us free on 0800 7720744, or send us an email.
Second Hand Mobility Scooters – Our Current Stock
We are currently updating our list of recon scooters and powerchairs. If you have any queries please contact us on 0800 7720744.
A Guide to Conditions
What do we mean when we say that second hand scooters or powerchairs are in condition A, B or C?
If you are interested in a second hand mobility scooter that is in a branch not local to you, please get in touch and we can move it for you.
No obligation free home demonstration and advice
Award winning customer service
Fully refurbished by qualified engineers
Fully serviced including battery tests
3 month warranty
Supplied with user manual and charger
If you are looking at second hand mobility scooters, you should always be sure that the refurbished mobility scooter you are thinking of buying is a current model and be clear on the availability of parts. Some older models will have been discontinued along with replacement parts. Ensure that the seller is clear on the age of the mobility scooter, even when a scooter looks like new it could easily be an older model. Electronic components such as controllers, not to mention tyres and batteries all deteriorate over time and these can be expensive to replace;- make sure these parts are in good condition when you buy.
When buying privately always assume that the batteries will need replacing, use this as a bargaining tool. A pair of batteries could cost between £60.00 and £360.00 depending on the model and even if the batteries have recently been replaced, they could be an inferior type. Second hand scooters should always be supplied with the original charger, using the wrong charger can be dangerous and costly if it needs to be replaced.
When buying privately always ensure you have a lengthy demonstration and ensure that the person the product is for is present. This will help to safeguard you against buying the wrong product for your needs.
If you are looking at second hand mobility scooter in a private deal make sure the equipment is serviceable and make sure that your local dealer will support you if anything goes wrong.
Remember, just because it is cheap it does not always mean it is a bargain.
If you have any doubts at all give us a call free on 0800 772 0744 and we will give you our expert opinion and advice without prejudice.