Of course most disabled drivers know what speed their Pride Legend Classic scooter can do. Generally they are in the class 3 or 8 mph bracket. Of course, this type of machine requires a heavy AGM battery. Most owners also know that they do not need a regular driving licence to drive mobility scooters. However, drivers are required to obey the highway code.
I must admit ? a thing that I did not know was that your Pride Legend Classic (3)(4)(XL) 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.