You are here: Home > Powered Mobility > Mobility Scooters

Mobility Scooters

3-Wheel Travel Mobility Scooters 3-Wheel Mobility Scooters HD & All Terrain Powered Scooters
3-Wheel Scooters that are designed to disassemble into a few lightweight pieces!
These Scooters are, bit larger that the travel scooter, many still disassemble for transport!
These scooters are both heavy duty, rugged, and durable and great for outdoor use.
4-Wheel Travel Mobility Scooters 4-Wheel Mobility Scooters Pride Mobility Powered Scooters
4-Wheel Scooters that have been designed to disassemble into a few lightweight pieces!
Built a bit bigger, than the your travel scooter. Great for errands, and around town.
Scooters built by Pride Mobility, Designed for excellence!
Powered Scooter Access Ramps Electric Mobility Accessories Powered Scooter Batteries & Chargers
"Save Big" on Wheelchair/Scooter Ramps from EZ-Access and Parrie view!
Transfer Boards and Scooter Accessories
Save on your replacement Scooter Battery's and Chargers!

Thank you for shopping with us at the Medical Department Store's Scooter Store. We carry a full line of Scooters from Pride Mobility, Drive Medical, Active Care and more!

As well as a complete list functional accessories, transfer boards, cushions and EZ-Access ramps so making your home more accessible is easy.

If you have any questions about our scooters or ramps, please contact us at 1-866-218-0902 or e-mail us at

Common Questions

I need a scooter to get around town easier, will Medicare pay for it?

No, while Medicare will pay for a scooter when a number of medical conditions are met, they are only paid for when the primary use is in the home. Medicare's guidelines are below. Click for the full Medicare Guidelines.

Medicare will help cover your scooter - However you must meet all of the following conditions:

  1. If your doctor submits a written order stating that you have a medical need for scooter for use in your home.
  2. You have a health condition that causes difficulty moving around in your home.
  3. You are unable to do activities of daily living (like bathing, dressing, getting in out of a bed or chair, or using the bathroom) even with the help of a cane, crutch, or walker.
  4. If you can not use a cane or walker, or can not operate a manual wheelchair, you may qualify for a power-operated scooter.
  5. You are able to safely operate and get on and off the wheelchair or scooter, or have someone with you who is always available to help you safely use the device.
  6. Before you get either a powerchair or scooter, you must have a face-to-face exam by your doctor. The doctor will review your needs and help you decide if you can safely operate the device. If so, the doctor will submit a written order telling Medicare why you need the device and that you are able to operate it.