Saturday, May 06, 2006

Happy Citizen Guide to Handicap Scooters

Handicap scooter: The Happy Citizen Guide to finding the right handicap scooter.

With today’s modern technology, there is a vast array of handicap scooters available on the market. The once bulky and heavy handicap scooter now has a lean and light design affording ease in transporting the handicap scooter. The choices range from wheel design, to affordability, to maximum weight capacity, to color and weight. In selecting the right handicap scooter for you, your decision should be based on what you want the handicap scooter to do for you. Determine your needs and situation before you begin to shop for that perfect handicap scooter.

Transporting Your Handicap scooter

The handicap scooter can bring the world of mobility to your doorstep. The first question you should ask yourself is: How am I going to transport my new handicap scooter? If you have a van or mini-van, the options are by far the most numerous and you have many more handicap scooters to choose from.

There are several basic wheel options available when purchasing a new handicap scooter. The most popular are the three and four wheel designs. The four wheel handicap scooter is often larger, weighing more, and has a lesser turning capacity. A lift is required to move the 4 wheel handicap scooter in and out of your van as the normal weight is around 160 to well over 200 pounds. If you do not have a van, however, don’t worry. There is a vast selection of handicap scooters that are portable in design and will break down into 3 to 4 sections. This allows the handicap scooter to be easily stored in the trunk of any car. The heaviest section of the handicap scooter, once taken apart, is approximately 28- 40 pounds.

Living in Style

Next, when considering purchasing a handicap scooter you’ll want to ask yourself: Which style/brand of handicap scooter will be the most comfortable for me? You’ll want to consider the maximum weight capacity of the handicap scooter. Most of the smaller 3 wheel portable handicap scooters are designed to carry a maximum weight capacity of 220 – 250 pounds, while the sturdier four wheel designed handicap scooters can accommodate up to 350 – 400 pounds. You will also want to consider the type and style of chair for your handicap scooter. You will want to find a chair that is not only comfortable, but one that will swivel allowing easy access onto your handicap scooter.

Expense

Two more questions you will want to ask yourself when shopping for handicap scooters are: What color looks best on me, and what price looks best for my pocketbook. Of course price is you biggest consideration when purchasing a handicap scooter. The handicap scooter can range from a little over $500.00 to well over $5000.00 depending on the style that is the best fit for your individual needs. Your first step is to contact your doctor, Health Insurance Company or Medicare for financial assistance. And of course you’ll want to choose the handicap scooter color that looks best on you! You can choose from a variety of colors: red, blue, grey, teal, or black.

For information on how you can get a scooter at little or no cost – and to check out handicap scooter reviews and comparisions, please visit Handicap Scooters at http://handicap-scooter-reviews.com

22 Comments:

Blogger Kwek said...

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5:30 AM  
Blogger Kwek said...

Hey...why suddenly stop carrying balls liao???

Continue your boot licking leh... We miss your tales so much, Lame ass!

5:31 AM  
Blogger LuckySingaporean said...

Someone took my blog name when I temporarily removed it.

I'm waiting for the govt to tell us what the impact of blogs are to politics before I put i back on. They might decide it is harmful and try to protect Singaporeans by catching and jailing a few bloggers.

I'll need a new name for my blog.
I was considering

upgradedsingaporean.blogspot.com
OR
luckysingaporean.blogspot.com

6:53 AM  
Blogger Kwek said...

No need lar....u carry and carry...nobody will listen to u. Instead, people will only treat u like an idiot, creating a mockery out of yourself. Bros, pls...go spend your time wisely and don't create a monkey show here...Take this as my precious advise to you. Stupid Fool. LOL

7:49 AM  
Blogger gayle said...

luckytan: yes. it's a possibility, especially what happened to Gomez. it's chilling.

8:27 AM  
Blogger Jerome said...

Its good that you're turning to business. E-commerce is wonderful. :D

10:31 AM  
Blogger Jam said...

ALAMAK!!!! WHAT HAPPEN TO YOUR PAP BASHING?!?!?!!?!??!

5:13 PM  
Blogger gayle said...

my personal theory is that the ISD took over this blog the moment he shut it down and posted on something utterly random like handicap scooters =D

6:18 PM  
Blogger Jerome said...

ISD won't shut down a pro PAP website.It doesn't make sense.

10:33 PM  
Blogger Kwek said...

ya true...ISD won't catch a PAP boot licker...:)

4:12 AM  
Blogger Capt_Canuck said...

anyone know where I can get back to the original HappyCitizen blogging about the greatness of the PAP. I have looked under the two above blog names under luckysingaporean but cant find him...help, I need to be reaffirmed that my girlfriend (who lives in singapore) is living in a just,happy and perfect society.

1:56 PM  
Blogger LuckySingaporean said...

My blog is still off.
We are waiting to see how the PAP govt further secure the happiness of Singaporeans by 'analysing the effects of blogs' to see what further action is needed to protect them from harmful thoughts.

As blogging and podcast is illegal during elections, the police can in theory, check with SingNet or Starhub to trace who is responsible for the podcast....and show that it is doing its job. How can we Singapore allow people to break laws?

Given what they are doing to the person who forgot to hand in his applications form, 3 interrogation sessions so far. One can be sure the police will spare no effort to ensure that our laws are complied with. All this is done for the interest of Singaporeans.

If forgetting to hand in an applications form then insisting you did is a crime. Surely podcasting harmful thoughts from in podcast is very serious and jailable.

As the police is out to protect Singaporeans and operate in an independent manner, we have to see how efficient they are before knowing what to do next.

3:23 PM  
Blogger Kwek said...

Well said, boot licker! I suggest a new name for your blog

papbootlicker.blogspot.com or
lameasslicker.blogspot.com

Besides a boot licker and a lame ass, you are also a big bloody moronic fool. Continue your moronic PAP tales to entertain us.

*MUACK*

1:57 AM  
Blogger dantan said...

LuckyS...due to the absence of your blog during the campaign, I was almost swayed and the rally almost got hold of me...I didn't know what happened...But my mind was clear on the actual day itself...and I did the right thing to 'cross' off our lower than first class opposition. The feeling of making the big cross (the big NO from me) beside their names really made me feel good. Long live our gahmen...

8:42 PM  
Blogger LuckySingaporean said...

My blog is back up:
http://singaporemind.blogspot.com

Its now called Diary of a Singaporean mind....and it intended to drill into the minds of Singaporans.

3:08 AM  
Blogger Mr Romantic said...

Dear Owner, care to review my blog? Mine blog is about Romance Stories, hope can hear from you, or perhaps a link exchange =]

3:59 AM  
Blogger Mr Romantic said...

Dear Owner, care to review my blog? Mine blog is about Romance Stories, hope can hear from you, or perhaps a link exchange =]

3:59 AM  
Blogger lizasmith said...

Mobility scooters are the best aids for handicapped people. A mobility scooter is very helpful for persons with systemic or whole-body disabling conditions who are still able to stand and walk a few steps.

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2:28 AM  
Blogger Maric Capell said...

Its fantastic information about The Happy Citizen Guide to finding the right handicap scooter. According to me its great example of our modern technology. You also have very nicely provided all description such as The choices range from wheel design, to affordability, to maximum weight capacity, to color and weight.
moped

3:56 AM  
Blogger tamara swift said...

The maxi kick scooter is the safest ride out there. It has the stability of two wheels on front, steers by leaning (like surfing) and it doesn't tip over.
mini scooters

1:39 AM  
Blogger muhammad saood said...

If you have a van or mini-van, the options are by far the most numerous and you have many more handicap scooters to choose from. portable scooter

2:08 AM  
Blogger steward said...

Handicap scooters are really best things and very helpful,
DIY handicap scooter

8:36 PM  

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