At Complete Care Shop, we have an extensive range of high-quality mobility scooters. These electric motor mobility aids must be powered accordingly, though, which is why we offer a superb selection of chargers and batteries. Our mobility scooter chargers range in power but are suitable for charging 20Ah to 50Ah batteries, ensuring peak performance and years of reliable service.
Many of our travel mobility scooters have long-distance ranges in one single battery charge, but it’s always handy to have a backup just in case. Fortunately, our batteries and chargers can be stored on the scooter while you’re out and about. This means that you won’t be left stranded a couple of miles from home should your battery run out. Simply swap them with ease while on your travels and you can get moving again.
Leaving high-power batteries on charge for long periods of time, like overnight, can potentially damage the battery and may also be quite dangerous. However, our chargers feature built-in cooling fans while the batteries contain a low pressure venting system, helping to regulate temperature while on charge. However, it must be noted that you should always avoid overcharging your battery. Once fully charged, unplug the battery from the charger.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence every day. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality mobility scooter battery chargers. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Expert Advice Service for help.
Frequently asked questions about mobility scooter chargers and batteries
Properly charging your mobility scooter battery is essential for maximising its lifespan and maintaining performance. Follow these steps:
Mobility scooter batteries have a limited lifespan, typically ranging from one to two years, depending on usage and maintenance. Signs that you may need to replace the battery include:
It's important to use the type of battery recommended by the scooter manufacturer. Different mobility scooters use various types of batteries, including lead-acid batteries and lithium-ion batteries. Using an incompatible battery type could lead to damage, reduced performance, or safety hazards. If you're considering switching to a different battery type, consult the manufacturer or a qualified technician to ensure compatibility and safety.