Downloads and Information...
Below are some free helpful advice and downloads to
help you with your mobility scooter and batteries.
If there is a specific Pride download or item you
need advice with please
contact us or call us at
(702) 265 2441
If you are taking your mobility device via
airline please remember a few this before you go.
Remove the key from your scooter prior to
boarding the aircraft.
Leaving your key in the ignition of your scooter can
lead to a few problems when you get to your
destination. If the scooter power is left on for the
duration of the flight there is a good possibility
your batteries will be low or discharged when you
get to your destination. Also by leaving you key in
the ignition there is a higher risk of the key being
lost or even broken in the ignition.
Check your batteries and charger.
Check when was the last time you changed your
batteries, extreme heat and cold can effect the
condition of your batteries and speed up any
weakness your batteries may have. If possible have a
local dealer perform a load test on your batteries
before you go.
Always put your charger in to your checked
baggage or carry on luggage so you know its safe and
not in the basket or back pocket of the seat of the
scooter as its more likely to be lost, damaged or
miss placed while being stowed in the plane. Check
your charger is functioning correctly the night
before you leave and there is no damage to the
charger or wiring.
- a few facts
Insurance - You will need
a prescription from your doctor plus a letter from
your insurance company stating what medical benefits
are available to you for a DME (Durable Medical
Equipment), or commonly called mobility scooters and
Medicare - as of writing
this (late 2016), Medicare will not cover any
mobility scooter or power wheelchair. Medicare
Advantage coverage varies. If your Medicare
Advantage coverage excepts DMA equipment you will
need to find a DMA provider who is authorized to
except Medicare. If you have a private insurance
supporting your Medicare insurance
and wish to get a Mobility Scooter rather than a
Powered Wheelchair there is a great possibility
Medicare will deny their portion of the percentage
of coverage which then has to be funded by the
individual. This percentage is governed by how much
your private insurance will to cover e.g. If your
Private insurance was set at 80% your Medicare
coverage would be 20%
If Medicare deny the request for a
DMA mobility scooter you would have to pick up the
(We do not accept Medicare patients for DMA
equipment or repairs)
Pride Vehicle Lifts
Pride Mobility has a full range of vehicle lifts
to suit many vehicles. For more
and suitability for your vehicle please use
Pride's Vehicle Lift
We also now supply a range of Harmar, PVI and EZ-Access
vehicle lifts covering a larger range of vehicles.
If you require more information regarding pricing
and compatibility with your vehicle please
or call us at (702) 265 2441
Do's and Don'ts when buying a used lift...
Just a few things to think about when buying a
Buying or selling used Scooter or Power wheelchairs
Just a few things to expect when buying and selling
used mobility equipment
Scooter and Power Wheelchair Suitability...
What product is right for me?
Some key facts and considerations to remember when
buying a mobility scooter or power wheelchair
My scooter won’t move when I turn it on – what should I look for?
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General Battery Care & Information
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Some Pride Mobility Scooter Manuals
Older Scooter Manuals
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