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Electric Mobility Scooters Store in Toronto & GTA, Canada

Vital Mobility offers the widest selection of electric medical scooters in Toronto, the GTA and Canada for sale. Whether you are looking for a 3 wheel mobility scooter, a 4 wheel mobility scooter, a heavy-duty scooter, a folding mobility scooter or a travel mobility scooter, we have a variety of options to fit any budget. No matter where in Canada you are, we can ship your scooter to you and our expert staff are here to support you with any questions you may have. We also offer mobility scooter deals on some of out top-selling power scooters - including brands like Pride Mobility Scooters, Drive Medical Scooters and Invacare Scooters. Explore our website or call or visit any of our mobility equipment stores today for expert customer service.

Trust the professionals at Vital Mobility to help you find the best electric mobility scooter for your needs and in your budget no matter where you are in Canada. We will ensure your scooter is shipped to you anywhere in Canada.

Electric Mobility Scooters for Sale in Canada

Purchasing mobility scooters from anywhere in Canada is easy at Vital Mobility.  With almost 2 decades of experience in the mobility and home health care industry you can trust we know our products and we can help ensure you get the best mobility scooter for your needs.  If you are in the Toronto area we have 3 GTA locations to serve you where you can see our scooters and speak to our knowledgeable and expert staff.  For those of you across Canada our experts are happy to speak to you and assess your needs and make recommendations. Your scooter would then be shipped to you and would support you through your purchase and use of your electric scooter.

Best Options for Disability Scooters

Whether you shop in-store, online or over the phone, at Vital Mobility we take pride in offering mobility scooters for sale that can fit any budget or need. From travel mobility scooters, to folding mobility scooters and heavy duty scooters, our team takes pride in selling North America's best mobility scooter brands - many of which are in stock and ready for immediate pick-up, shipping or white glove delivery (GTA only) every day. When you purchase a disability scooter from Vital Mobility, you also ensure your peace of mind. It is easy to source medical scooters in Canada - and even easier to order them online. Many buyers however, ignore the fact that just like any other vehicle, disability scooter options require servicing and occasionally repairs. When you choose Vital Mobility, you can rest assured that our team will always stand behind your scooter.

Browse our selection to find an electric mobility scooter in Canada today. Our speak with our friendly mobility experts today to find the perfect medical scooter for you.

What are Mobility Scooters

Mobility scooters are battery-powered, motorized devices designed to assist individuals with limited mobility in moving around independently, both indoors and outdoors. They are often used by people who have difficulty walking or standing for extended periods due to disabilities, age-related issues, or medical conditions such as arthritis, multiple sclerosis, or Parkinson's disease.

Mobility scooters typically consist of a comfortable seat mounted on a platform with a set of wheels, handlebars or a tiller for steering, and a battery-powered electric motor. They can be maneuvered easily, and the speed is controlled using a throttle or a twist-grip on the handlebars.

Mobility Scooter Key Features

Some key features of mobility scooters include:

  • Different sizes and styles: Mobility scooters come in various sizes and designs, ranging from compact, lightweight models suitable for indoor use or traveling, to larger, more robust models designed for outdoor use or rough terrain.
  • Adjustable speed: Most mobility scooters have adjustable speed settings, allowing users to choose a comfortable and safe pace for their specific needs and environments.
  • Battery life: Mobility scooters are powered by rechargeable batteries, with different models offering varying levels of battery life and range. Users should consider their daily travel needs when selecting a scooter with appropriate battery capacity.
  • Weight capacity: Mobility scooters are designed to accommodate users of various sizes and weights, with different models offering different weight capacities. It is essential to select a scooter that can safely support the user's weight.
  • Customizable features: Many mobility scooters offer adjustable or customizable features, such as seat height, armrests, or steering tiller position, to enhance user comfort and fit.
  • Portability: Some mobility scooters are designed to be easily disassembled or folded for storage or transportation, making them more convenient for users who need to take their scooter on trips or store it in a small space.

Mobility scooters provide increased independence and freedom for individuals with limited mobility, allowing them to engage in daily activities, socialize, and maintain their quality of life. When selecting a mobility scooter, it's important to consider factors such as the user's specific needs, daily travel requirements, and the scooter's compatibility with their living environment.

Common Questions

What is the maximum speed of your four-wheel mobility scooter?

The maximum speed of a four-wheel mobility scooter depends on how powerful the motor is and what size mobility scooter you are looking for. The average maximum speed of a travel sized four-wheel mobility scooter is 4.2 mph (6.8 km/h). Larger, more powerful mobility scooter can go as fast as 11 mph (18 km/h).

How many years is the warranty for your electric scooters?

Most electric mobility scooters in the market have limited lifetime warranties on their frame. Drivetrain and electronics are usually covered for 2 years since the date of purchase and depending on the manufacturer, batteries are covered for a period between 6 months and 1 year.

Can I come for a test drive before I purchase your scooter?

Yes, you can come in and test drive a mobility scooter before making a purchase. That is the reason why Vital Mobility offers two Toronto-area stores featuring a curated selection of mobility scooters. Being able to sit on, drive and feel a mobility scooter will help you determine if the vehicle will be right for you.

What is the difference between Drive medical scooters and Invacare scooters?

Drive and Invacare are two of North America’s largest manufacturers of mobility scooters. Each company features different mobility scooter models and availability.

What are the features of a heavy-duty scooter?

Here are the main features of heavy-duty scooters:

1. Weight Capacity: Whereas travel and mid-size scooters usually feature a weight capacity of 250 lbs (113 kg), some Heavy-Duty mobility scooters can accommodate individuals weighing up to 450 lbs (205 kg).

2. Construction: A Heavy-Duty scooter is constructed to support a larger passenger weight capacity. But they are also built to better handle challenging terrains like cobblestones and outdoors spaces. Sturdier construction means that your mobility scooter will help you navigate the world around you with more reliability.

3. Larger Wheels: Because Heavy Duty scooters are generally built for outdoors use, they will feature larger wheels. Quite often, those wheels will be equipped with pneumatic tires. While these tires require more maintenance, they also provide better shock absorption for a more comfortable driving experience.

How many days will it take to ship a scooter to Quebec City?

When you purchase an in-stock scooter, it will take between 5-7 business days to get it over from Ontario to Quebec City.

What is the average cost of a four-wheeler electric scooter?

The average cost of a four-wheeler mobility scooter is between $2,000 and $4,000. This will depend on the size and features of the scooter. At the lower end of that price range you will find travel mobility scooters which can be disassembled for easy transportation. At the higher end you will find mid-size and heavy-duty mobility scooters with generous mileage and comfort features like suspension, captain’s seats and more.

Are your mobility scooters available on rent?

Vital Mobility rents mobility scoters in the Greater Toronto Area including the cities of Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, Mississauga, Brampton and Newmarket. Our rental options include Travel Scooters as well as Mid-Size scooters.

Can I rent a mobility scooter for a month?

You can rent a mobility scooter starting at one week and going up to one month or more. The longer you keep your mobility scooter rental, the more cost efficient the rental becomes.

Are mobility scooters covered in Canada?

Coverage for mobility scooters in Canada varies according to the province you live in. In Ontario, for example, Mobility Scooters are partially covered by the ADP Program (Assistive Devices Program) of Ontario. Prospective clients of the program need be assessed by an Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist who is an ADP Prescriber. If eligible in 2023, ADP will cover 75% of $2395 of the value of a mobility scooter. Other provinces have different eligibility requirements.

Do you need a license for a mobility scooter in Ontario?

A license is not necessary for driving a mobility scooter Ontario. Mobility scooters in Ontario are meant to be drive on curbs. When a curb is not available, users can carefully drive them on the side of the road.

What is the difference between a mobility scooter and an electric scooter?

The main difference between mobility scooters and electric scooters is that mobility scooters are meant to help facilitate the mobility of elderly and disabled individuals. Mobility scooters are available in 3 and 4-wheel configurations and feature easy to use bi-lateral paddles for accelerating and reversing the scooter. Electric scooters on the other hand, are meant for recreational purposes and generally feature 2 or 3 wheels.

Do you need a driving Licence for a mobility scooter?

Driving a mobility scooter does not require a license. Mobility scooters are meant to be driven on the curb/pavement and require moderate training for the user.

Can you ride an electric scooter on the sidewalk in Canada?

Electric mobility scooters are meant to be driven on the sidewalk in Canada. As low-speed mobility devices, they are not equipped to be routinely driven on the road.

Can a non-disabled person use a mobility scooter?

Mobility scooters can be used by non-disabled individuals who are elderly and require support for their mobility. As we age, traveling extended distances by foot can become challenging. A mobility scooter is the perfect solution for older adults who want to run errands or replace a car. Many portable options can also be easily fit into the trunk of a car making mobility for elderly individuals convenient and easy.

Which is better 3- or 4-wheel mobility scooter?

Whether a 3 or 4-wheel mobility scooter is best for a user depends on their individual needs. 3-wheel mobility scooters are ideal for indoors and outdoors use. A single wheel at the front of the scooter can create a tight turning radius. This makes navigating tight corners and spaces significantly easier. A 4-wheel mobility scooter is best suited for individuals requiring help with their balance. 4 wheels provide a wider footprint for better stability – especially when it comes to navigating bumpy or more challenging terrains.

What is the range on a mobility scooter?

Mobility scooters vary in range widely. Travel mobility scooters have the most conservative range – between 10-15 miles (15-25 km) on a single charge. Larger mobility scooters, including mid-size and heavy-duty models, can have a range of up to 30 miles (50 km). This makes them a great option for users looking to take longer trips.

How long do mobility scooter batteries last?

If properly cared for, most mobility scooter batteries will last an average of 2 to 3 years. In order to help your mobility scooter last as long as possible, we recommend that when not in use, the battery be charged overnight every 7-10 days. When in use, it is best to store the batteries (if detachable from the scooter) or the scooter as a whole in a dry and cool place. Extreme temperatures will shorten the lifespan of your mobility scooter.

Which is better folding electric wheelchair or mobility scooter?

Folding electric wheelchairs and folding mobility scooters are both convenient, compact mobility devices that can greatly benefit the lives of their users. The main difference between one and the other is the structure of each. A folding electric wheelchair is perfect for indoors and outdoors spaces as most of these chairs have extremely tight turning radiuses. A tight turning radius makes your scooter extra nimble.

Folding power wheelchairs are controlled with a sensitive, highly precise joystick which can be assigned to the right or left hand of the user. A folding mobility scooter on the other hand, is controlled with bi-lateral paddles that control when and how much the scooter accelerates. With a larger turning radius, these compact scooters are still great for indoors/outdoors use, but are often preferred for touring outdoors spaces. They are also more suitable for individuals who lack the motility to properly operate a power wheelchair.

What is the best value mobility scooter?

Vital Mobility offers some excellent value mobility scooters. Our best value line in 2023 is FOXTR Scooters. This line includes an affordable travel mobility scooter called the FOXTR 1, a powerful and comfortable Mid-Size scooter called the FOXTR 2 Scooter and a full-size, heavy duty mobility scooter called FOXTR 3. All three of these mobility scooters provide excellent value in the Canadian market.

Can I ride my mobility scooter in the rain?

Yes, you can ride your mobility scooter in the rain. However, because many of the electric component of your scooter may be exposed to the elements, we recommend that you wipe your scooter clean when you arrive at your destination. Keeping your scooter dry will prevent moisture from affecting the scooter’s battery and electrical systems.

Can you leave mobility scooters outside?

You can leave your mobility scooter outside as long as you do not live in a town or city with extreme weather. If you live in cold weather, it is best to keep your mobility scooter under a roof, preferably in a temperature-controlled space. If the scooter is exposed to consistently cold weather, the battery may suffer. If the scooter must be stored outside in cold weather, you may opt for a travel mobility scooter. These scooters have lightweight removable batteries that can be stored inside while the scooter stays outside. No matter what the exterior temperature may be, it is still important to keep the scooter dry. A shed or a large tarp may be enough to keep your scooter safe and functional if stored outdoors.

Should I leave my mobility scooter on charge all the time?

You may leave your mobility scooter plugged in when not in use because most of these scooters are equipped with smart chargers. This means that when the scooter’s battery is fully charged, the charger will stop working until the battery is depleted, again. When the scooter is not being used for a period of time, it is not necessary to charge it all the time. However, our experts do recommend charging your mobility scooter every 7-10 days to keep their batteries healthy.

How often do mobility scooter batteries need replacing?

A well-cared for mobility scooter will last between 2-3 years without the need to replace it. Some tips for keeping well maintained scooter batteries is to keep them dry, away from extreme cold and to charge them once every 7-10 days when not in constant use.

Is there any help to get a mobility scooter?

Depending on which province or state you live, different governments offer different levels of help to finance a mobility scooter. In Ontario, for example, qualifying individuals may obtain funding through the ADP Program (Assistive Devices Program) of Ontario. After being assessed by an Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist and deemed eligible, ADP will cover 75% of $2395 of the value of a mobility scooter. Other provinces have different eligibility requirements.

Some individuals may also secure funding through organizations like Veterans Affairs Canada, Easter Seals Canada, and Muscular Dystrophy Canada. Beyond obtaining help from the government or organizations, if you have access to private health insurance, you may contact them to inquire about coverage for a mobility scooter.

What is the best lightweight foldable mobility scooter?

The best lightweight foldable mobility scooter in the market in 2023 is the i-Go Folding Mobility Scooter by Pride Mobility. The i-Go can easily fold and disassemble into two light-weight pieces- each weighing approximately 32 lbs each. Perfect for air travel, and cruise ship use, the i-Go comes in 4 exciting colours and its lithium batteries feature a generous 15 km (9.3 mile) range per charge.


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