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Two-Person Scooter Models For The Disabled In 2020 Compared For Pros And Cons

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Two-Person Scooter Models For The Disabled In 2020 Compared For Pros And Cons

September 15
17:47 2020
Two-Person Scooter Models For The Disabled In 2020 Compared For Pros And Cons

Scooters ‘N Chairs Inc. is a trusted online retailer of mobility products that include mobility scooters, electric wheelchairs, and manual wheelchairs. It has published an exhaustive guide on the best 2-seater disability scooters available in 2020. 

According to announcements released by Scooters ‘N Chairs and Scott Zabriskie, this review and guide on the website contain detailed information on 2-person disability scooters available in the market in 2020. Technology has come a long way from the days of a single-person disability scooter. 

Today’s 2-seater disability scooter is a marvel of innovation and allows families to travel and enjoy together. It will enable a disabled person to ride with their spouse, who may also be a disabled person. These vehicles are also a good way for the disabled to bond with their pet dogs and cats and take them out for their daily rounds. A side by side 2-seater is roomier and allows for comfortable seating for those who need a little more space. 

Factors to consider when selecting a product that can hold more than one person include the chassis strength, battery power, steerability, comfort, and cost. Two-seat bench scooters feature four wheels and are therefore more stable. Seat-behind disability scooters run on three wheels and provide less stability; however, these vehicles can turn tight corners and occupy less space in the garage. 

The exhaustive guide elaborates on models that feature a full front and rear suspension for a comfortable ride on a sturdy machine and also review good-looking two-person scooters with a canopy to shield from sun and rain. There are models with a higher load capacity but comparatively lower speeds of 7.5 mph, while others deliver double the speed but can carry less load. 

For more information, go to https://www.scootersnchairs.com/blogs/blog/2-seater-disability-scooter-complete-guide

Scott Zabriskie of Scooters ‘N Chairs said, “The main reasons for choosing to purchase an electric mobility scooter is to heal more rapidly after surgery, to prevent falls and allow for more freedom. Post-surgical limited mobility can be difficult to adjust to. During post-surgery, you are not only in pain, but you do not have the independence you once had and cannot perform tasks for yourself. By using a mobility scooter, you can properly heal, regain strength, and the risk of another injury declines. Many adults under the age of 65 can also benefit from a mobility scooter. Those who suffer from chronic injuries and illnesses, such as pulmonary disease, cardiovascular issues, and obesity, can greatly improve their quality of life by moving around and maneuver an electric scooter.”

Offering further insight on mobility scooters, Zabriskie said, “You should consider getting mobility equipment when you can support yourself in navigating small distances but require assistance in moving larger distances. After discussing your situation with a doctor, a vehicle is often the best option. Mobility insurance can depend on the provider. The prices typically range between $65-$200 depending on the type of service provided and the period covered. Certain models can be folded or disassembled for easy transportation. These models are often relatively especially lightweight. Look out for them if this is something important to you. Any foldable model is suitable for travel. The best model for you will depend on your particular needs – compactness is important to some, and weight is a big deal for others.”

Visit the company website to view complete product offerings.

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Company Name: Scooters ‘N Chairs Inc.
Contact Person: Scott Zabriskie
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Phone: 470-330-8514
Address:3340 Peachtree Road; Suite 1800
City: Atlanta
State: GA 30326
Country: United States
Website: https://www.scootersnchairs.com/blogs/blog/2-seater-disability-scooter-complete-guide

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