Our owner Eric Roberts also keeps a helpful and up to date Blog. Bringing information and stories that may be interesting to our readers. However, batteries are what drives power wheelchairs and mobility scooters about. Especially, the ones needing to be replaced because of age of the batteries. Supplying, pride jet batteries, to their owners knowing that they will be getting and excellent product. Of course, such as FirstPower, Lucas and Powersonic pride jet batteries.
So, a thing that I did not know was that your pride jet scooter should be registered with the DVLA and display a none duty tax disc. Subsequently, other stipulations dictate that class 3 scooters may not drive on motorways, and bus and cycle lanes. Lights, horns, rear reflectors and rear view mirrors must be fitted by law.
Most class 3 scooters are in fact fitted with heavy duty batteries. Usually they are fitted with 2 x 12v 35AH batteries. These are powerful batteries and should get you there and back comfortably before charging is required.