Our vehicles

We have a variety of vehicles available for varying needs and mobilities.

  • 4-wheeled Scooter
  • 3-wheeled Scooter
  • Powered Wheelchairs
  • Self-Propelling Wheelchairs
  • Bariatric Wheelchair
  • Transit & Lightweight Wheelchairs
  • 4-wheeled Scooter

    These are more stable and therefore suitable for beginners, amputees, and people in stroke rehab. A certain level of strength is needed in the shoulders however to operate the tiller. The controls are simple and most people adjust to it in their first visit. The weight limit for the largest of these scooters is 21 stone (133kg) . Some of our larger 4 wheeled scooters are Class 3 vehicles meaning they have the capacity to reach speeds of 8 miles an hour. However, all Sutton Shopmobility scooters have been governed to not go beyond 4 miles an hour for safety reasons.

  • 3-wheeled Scooter

    These are for more experienced users as they are not as stable as the 4 wheel versions but they offer more manoeuvrability and more leg room. The weight limit for these scooters is 15 stone (95kg).

  • Powered Wheelchairs

    These chairs offer more independence for the member and are easier to manoeuvre than scooters. They have a control joystick which is simple to use but does take a little practice at first. We have   1 chair with dual controls that can also be controlled by an operator and 1 that can be switched between left and right handed controls. The weight limit for these chairs is 18-20 stone (115-127kg).

  • Self-Propelling Wheelchairs

    These large wheeled chairs have large back wheels that can be pushed by the user and is ideal for inside shops. The weight limit for these chairs is 18 stone (115kg).

  • Bariatric Wheelchair

    With a wider seat this wheelchair can accommodate someone up to 20 stone (127kg)

  • Transit & Lightweight Wheelchairs

    Are for those who prefer to be pushed and are not able to use a Powered chair or scooter. The weight limit for these chairs is 18 stone (115kg).  We also have a couple of wheelchairs suitable for children or small adults, with weight limits of 15 stone (115kg).

4-wheeled Scooter

These are more stable and therefore suitable for beginners, amputees, and people in stroke rehab. A certain level of strength is needed in the shoulders however to operate the tiller. The controls are simple and most people adjust to it in their first visit. The weight limit for the largest of these scooters is 21 stone (133kg) . Some of our larger 4 wheeled scooters are Class 3 vehicles meaning they have the capacity to reach speeds of 8 miles an hour. However, all Sutton Shopmobility scooters have been governed to not go beyond 4 miles an hour for safety reasons.

3-wheeled Scooter

These are for more experienced users as they are not as stable as the 4 wheel versions but they offer more manoeuvrability and more leg room. The weight limit for these scooters is 15 stone (95kg).

Powered Wheelchairs

These chairs offer more independence for the member and are easier to manoeuvre than scooters. They have a control joystick which is simple to use but does take a little practice at first. We have   1 chair with dual controls that can also be controlled by an operator and 1 that can be switched between left and right handed controls. The weight limit for these chairs is 18-20 stone (115-127kg).

Self-Propelling Wheelchairs

These large wheeled chairs have large back wheels that can be pushed by the user and is ideal for inside shops. The weight limit for these chairs is 18 stone (115kg).

Bariatric Wheelchair

With a wider seat this wheelchair can accommodate someone up to 20 stone (127kg)

Transit & Lightweight Wheelchairs

Are for those who prefer to be pushed and are not able to use a Powered chair or scooter. The weight limit for these chairs is 18 stone (115kg).  We also have a couple of wheelchairs suitable for children or small adults, with weight limits of 15 stone (115kg).