About Us

Your World of Mobility; Mobility Scooters Spain. Mobility Centre in Jacarilla Spain. Our Mobility Scooter Service Centre caters for all makes and models of mobility scooters!

Whether you live in Torrevieja, La Marina, San Fulgencio, Jacarilla, Benidorm, Denia, San Javier, Playa Flamenca or Alicante, as people get older, they start to have difficulty in walking. Many choose to use a mobility scooter to help them move around. Benefiting from improved design; mobility scooters are becoming an increasingly popular mobility device and are a common sight on many streets.

Mobility Scooters Spain has a World of Mobility at your fingertips and understands the needs of the elderly and disabled people.  You are welcome to visit us in our Mobility Centre in Jacarilla Spain. But please be aware that we now have branches in Benidorm, Alicante and Denia! Mobility Scooters Spain gives you a ‘try before you buy‘ option without any obligation. If you don’t like it for whatever reason, then you don’t buy it… No pushy sales people! But more than that, we will treat you like the real human being you are. We aren’t focused on “money, money, money” and we haven’t been consumed with greed like some other mobility sales companies – But I’m sure if you’ve had experience with other companies, possibly one or two of them didn’t give you the caring, kind-natured attitude that you’ll find with us at Mobility Scooters in Spain! We continue to drive the prices DOWN so that you get the best deals from La Zenia, to Benidorm to Denia.

So whether it’s a simple battery check or replacement you require, or you have a problem with your mobility scooter; we can help. Maybe your mobility scooter needs a full service? We can provide a quality service and repair for any make or model of mobility scooter, and always at very competitive rates and a friendly, caring customer service!

So first, for people that do not understand what a mobility scooter is and does, here are a few easy-to-read basic facts that might help you.

BASICS ABOUT MOBILITY SCOOTERS

A mobility scooter has a seat over three or four wheels, a flat area or foot plates for the feet, and handlebars or a delta-style steering arrangement in front to turn one or two steerable wheels. The seat may swivel to allow access when the front is blocked by the handlebars. Mobility scooters are usually battery powered. A battery (or two) is stored on board the scooter and is charged via an on-board or separate battery charger unit from standard electric power. Gasoline-powered scooters may also be available in some countries, though they are rapidly being replaced by electric models.

The tiller, with forward/reverse directions and speed controls, is the steering column centrally located at the front of the scooter. The tiller may contain other features as well, for example a speed limiter, lighting controls (for nighttime use) and turning indicators for direction change. A battery use indicator is also often included. Forward/reverse direction can be controlled by thumb paddles, finger controls, or a switch. There are two types of mobility scooters: front-wheel drive (FD) or rear-wheel drive (RD). The FD is usually a smaller device and is best used indoors. Rider weight capacity is generally upwards to 250 pounds (110 kg) maximum. The RD is used both indoors and outdoors with rider weight capacity of 350 pounds (160 kg). A heavy duty rear-drive can carry up to 500 pounds (230 kg), varying by manufacturer.

The first crude mobility scooter was introduced in 1954 and was billed by Sears as an electric wheel chair, but it was more in common with mobility scooter with its large seat, extra large battery capacity and three wheel design. It was not a commercial success.

Mobility scooters come in various types:

  • small, light scooters for travel, which fold or are easily disassembled into smaller parts for transport;
  • large, heavy scooters for rough outdoor terrain;
  • mid-range scooters, which are intended for both indoor and outdoor use.
  • slow and steady, used for shopping in stores and other places.
  • Golf Course enabled Scooters for general use and have 4 x air-filled rubber tyres. Allowed for use on most golf courses.

Usually mid-range mobility scooters have a speed of about 5 to 7 mph (8 to 11 km/h).

GET IN TOUCH – WE HAVE A WORLD OF MOBILITY SCOOTERS WAITING

Mobility Scooters Spain is hear to help you and advise you on exactly what you need. We are helpful in every way and are waiting to hear from you today!  Our premises are in Jacarilla, between Benejuzar and Bigastro. Here are our details for direct contact:

Mobility Scooters Spain – Mobility Centre
Avenida de la Paz 52, Jacarilla, Alicante 03310

Telephone:

Shop: 966 19 31 67
691305452: English speaking
657701604: Spanish speaking

Email: mobilityspain@hotmail.com

We look forward to seeing you soon… Customer satisfaction is paramount to us! We are sure you’ll be very happy with our service.

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