Included in this section are a range of different batteries and chargers to suit most mobility scooters and buggies.
This section includes lead acid batteries (wet-cell), sealed lead acid batteries and gel cell (maintenance-free) batteries for scooters and buggies. Most are rechargeable.
Chargers may plug into the mains or charge from a motor vehicle battery.1
Always follow your scooter manufacturer's manual on how to use the charger. You should plug the charger into the scooter charging point before plugging into the mains. Take care not to leave the charger on for long periods as there is a risk of overcharging the batteries.
Batteries can be purchased on line or from a local dealer. It is worth researching online first before you buy, so that you can compare prices. For more information on batteries Read our advice on batteries for further information.2-3View references and sources of further information ›
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