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A mobility scooter, also known as a POV, has a mid-level support seat over three or four wheels and handlebar steering arrangement in front to turn the wheels. The seat may swivel to allow access when the front is blocked by the handlebars. Two batteries are stored on board and can be charged either onboard or through a separate battery charger.
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A power wheelchair, also known as an electric wheelchair, offers a mid to high-level support seat over four or six wheels and a joystick steering arrangement. Elevating leg rests, oxygen tank carrier, and specialized cushions or available when medically necessary as well as many out-of-pocket accessories. A battery or two may be stored on board and is charged either onboard or through a separate battery charger.

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    How do I know if I qualify for a mobility scooter?


    The medical necessity of power mobility equipment must be determined by your ordering provider. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from safely ambulating or have had falls or fear of falling inside your home even with the use of other assistive devices such as a cane, walker or can no longer self-propel a manual wheelchair, you may want to discuss power mobility products with your ordering provider.

    What is the process to qualify for a mobility scooter?


    A visit with your prescriber to conduct a mobility evaluation is required.

    Will my insurance pay for the mobility scooter?


    Medicare may pay up to 80% of the charges for a medically necessary mobility scooter.

    If I qualify for a mobility scooter, when will I receive it?


    Once we receive the required documentation from your prescriber and verify your insurance coverage, you will be contacted to schedule a time to deliver and set up your power scooter.

    Who do I call if I need service to my mobility scooter?


    During your first year of ownership if you need service of any kind, you simply call our toll free number, 866-387-2668, and we will handle the repairs. Many times we can diagnosis your problem immediately over the phone. After one year, Medicare may will pay to service your power wheelchair in your home.

    Disclaimer: Information appearing on this website about this device is being provided for your convenience only. The complete information about this device should be obtained from the manufacturer. Please note that the device depicted is an example of what may be available. The actual device provided may be different. Device availability and inventory levels are subject to change without notice. Devices may require a valid prescription.

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