Mobility Scooter Transport

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  1. If your scooter is portable/transportable, you can disassemble and place the scooter in the trunk of a vehicle. However, if you have a medium or larger sized scooter, transport is a bit more challenging.
  2. If you have a van or pick up truck you can use aluminum ramps to put your scooter in the vehicle. The downside is that handling the ramp, and driving the scooter up the ramp can be difficult. You should never sit on the scooter while it is being driven up the ramp.
  3. You can install a scooter lift. A scooter lift makes loading simple and easy to perform, even if you have physical limitations. The scooter is either driven on to a lifting platform, or used with a docking collar and lifted with an electrical motor and placed in the vehicle. This is the safest, fastest, and most convenient method to load any scooter.
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MEDmobility South
P: 780-437-3300
Toll Free: 800-537-0579
5711-Calgary Trail
Edmonton
Open: Monday to Friday
Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Closed Weekends


MEDmobility North
P: 780-451-5445
12604-118 Ave
Edmonton
Open: Monday to Friday
Hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Closed Weekends

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