Our products are essential to supporting the disabled, elderly and sick. All our staff follow the latest W.H.O guidelines on hygiene with free delivery running as normal.
At Keep Moving Care, we believe in finding the right product for each individual customer. For this reason, we understand that new scooters won’t always be the right choice for everyone. We’re proud to offer a wide range of used mobility scooters that offer all the great quality of new at a more affordable price. The second-hand models in our product range have been used or previously owned, but they’ve been refurbished to a high standard so you can be sure of receiving a great quality product.
We offer everything from popular high-end brands to budget-friendly options, boot and pavement scooters to those sited to longer ranges. All of the products we offer have been carefully inspected and restored to a great standard, as well as being fitted with new batteries. Our scooters also come with a six-month warranty which can be extended to up to a year if need be.
Our range of used scooters are in great condition and are covered by a six-month warranty as standard, which can be extended up to a year for extra peace of mind. Each mobility scooter in our range is also covered by free breakdown recovery in the West Sussex area. Your scooter will arrive with a user manual so you will know exactly how to use it, plus you’ll receive a battery charger and a free crutch bag.
There are many benefits to purchasing a second-hand scooter. In addition to the benefits listed above, there’s also the fact that they are much cheaper than a new mobility scooter. Second-hand or pre-owned scooters are restored to a high standard and are checked thoroughly before we sell them, so you can rest assured that you are buying a scooter that you can rely on.
We offer a choice of class 2 and class 3 used scooters – it’s important to understand the differences between the two before you decide on the type of scooter you need. Class 2 scooters are lightweight and portable, and they’re often referred to as boot scooters. These scooters can reach a top speed of 4mph, so they are ideal for shopping, visiting friends and family, or running errands. Class 2 scooters can only be driven on pavements, unless you need to cross the road, and while you don’t need insurance legally to own or ride one, we recommend an insurance policy as a precaution.
Class 3 scooters are sometimes referred to as road class scooters and can reach up to 8mph. Class 3 scooters are larger and have more space, plus they are fitted with lights on the front and back, as well as wing mirrors, so they can be driven on roads. You don’t need a license to drive a class 3 scooter, but it is a good idea to reacquaint yourself with the Highway Code for Mobility Scooter Users to ensure you’re driving safely on the roads. There’s no need to pay vehicle tax on these types of scooter, but you do need to register the vehicle with the DVLA.
Accidents can occur at any time, even to the most careful of drivers, so insurance is a wise decision that will protect you and your vehicle should the worst occur. Mobility scooter insurance policies will give you peace of mind so you can use your scooter without worry.
If you have any questions or you need advice, feel free to check out our help page or get in touch via telephone or email and we’ll be happy to help.