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A mobility scooter has a seat over three, four or now five wheels, a flat area or foot plates for the feet, and handlebars or a delta-style steering arrangement in front to turn one, two or three steerable wheels.
The seat may swivel to allow access when the front is blocked by the handlebars.
Scooters are usually battery powered. A battery or two is stored on board the scooter and is charged via an onboard or separate battery charger unit from standard electric power.
Gasoline-powered scooters may also be available in some countries, though they are rapidly being replaced by electric models.
Assistive and small sit-down electric mobility scooters provide important advantages to people with mobility problems throughout the world.
A scooter is useful for persons without the stamina or arm/shoulder flexibility necessary to use a manual wheelchair. Also, swiveling the seat of an electric scooter is generally easier than moving the foot supports on most conventional wheelchairs.
A mobility scooter is very helpful for persons with systemic or whole-body disabling conditions (coronary or lung issues, some forms of arthritis, obesity, etc.) who are still able to stand and walk a few steps, sit upright without torso support, and control the steering tiller.
Recently, manufacturers have been modifying the appearance of scooters to appeal to users.
There are now mobility scooters which look like short, thin, small cars, and others that look very much like motorcycles.