MobiQuip G Explorer All Terrain Wheelchair

Rent from £30.00

We would still recommend a scooter over a wheelchair for sightseeing in Edinburgh however if the user can’t ride a scooter then this aluminium chair is the next best option.  It has 24″ mountain bike style air filled tyres which are designed to cope with cobbles and uneven surfaces.  It can be pushed by an attendant or self propelled by the user and has swing away foot rests and quick release brakes. It collapses in seconds for easy transportation in a boot or luggage area.

A wheelchair can be hard going around Edinburgh for a full day.  Consider a scooter if you are planning on a full day sightseeing, assuming the rider is capable of controlling one.  It will be easier on the traveling party, especially if the user has some mobility but just can’t walk long distances.  It affords the rider much more freedom and a much more fulfilling visit.

Let us know where you’re staying and we’ll deliver your scooter for your arrival. If you’re staying in an AirBnB or private address, an additional cost will apply. Delivery is included if your hotel accommodation is located within the boundary shown on our FAQ page. A delivery/collection charge will apply if your residence is outwith. If your accommodation is not listed you can enter the address below. If you are staying at a private address you will need to enter the details along with the postcode if you have it.

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We would still recommend a scooter over a wheelchair for sightseeing in Edinburgh however if the user can’t ride a scooter then this aluminium chair is the next best option.  It has 24″ mountain bike style air filled tyres which are designed to cope with cobbles and uneven surfaces.  It can be pushed by an attendant or self propelled by the user and has swing away foot rests and quick release brakes. It collapses in seconds for easy transportation in a boot or luggage area.

A wheelchair can be hard going around Edinburgh for a full day.  Consider a scooter if you are planning on a full day sightseeing, assuming the rider is capable of controlling one.  It will be easier on the traveling party, especially if the user has some mobility but just can’t walk long distances.  It affords the rider much more freedom and a much more fulfilling visit.