zero turn mobility scooter

New mobility technology is continually being developed to try and make life easier for those in need and to suit their requirements. The Pride Jazzy Zero Turn mobility scooter is a fine example of this kind of innovation.

 

The Zero Turn is described as “a 4-wheel scooter with a 3-wheel turning radius”, thus allowing for a stable, secure ride that a traditional 4-wheel offers with the small turning circle of a 3-wheel model. Thanks to Pride’s Zero Turn patent-pending technology, this scooter is able to navigate tight corners and small spaces effortlessly with a 38” turning radius.

 

Alongside this innovative technology, the Zero Turn offers other modern quirks, in line with the requirements of today’s user. It features a USB charging port in the tiller, allowing for devices such as smartphones to be charged whilst on the go. It also features bright LED lighting as well as Dual motors and CTS suspension to ensure a smooth and comfortable drive.

 

 

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Sales Executive Alan from our Glasgow store had his say on the Zero Turn: “I think it’s a fantastic mobility scooter. The maneuverability for a 4-wheel scooter is second to none. A lot of the feedback we have had from customers is based on this, people have mentioned that it really shines in places such as shopping aisles and shopping centres when there can sometimes be tight turns and corners.”

He added: “It’s not just about the maneuverability and the extra features on it though, it has really good batteries, meaning it has good range and a good bit of power.”

The Zero Turn is available exclusively in Scotland from Mobility Solutions and available to view in our Glasgow store today. Alternatively, click Zero Turn here for more information or to order online

As an added bonus, the scooter is currently on offer as part of our January sale with a massive saving of 20%. Get in touch with us today at info@mobilitysolutions.co.uk or call our expert team on the number at the top of this page for more information.

 

 

 

 

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