Mobility scooters are electronic transport vehicles used as a mobility aid, mostly occupied by single person. These mobility scooters are operated on battery and varies from 3 wheels to 5 wheels. Mobility scooters assist in the movement of a person from one place to another, especially long distance travelling. Gasoline-powered scooters are very rare in the market and are being rapidly replaced by electric or battery-powered scooters. Mobility scooters are available in two forms worldwide: front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive. Front-wheel drive scooters are smaller and are primarily used indoors, whereas the rear-wheel drive scooters are used both outdoors and indoors. The rider weight capacity of a rear-wheel drive scooter is higher than the front-wheel drive scooter. Mobility scooters acts as an alternative to wheelchairs and is expected to have a significant growth rate during the forecast period from 2016-2024. The use of mobility scooters are supported with government funding in most of the regions across the globe. However, comparative high cost than wheelchairs is likely to hinder the growth of the market segment. Thus, the government interventions has made the use of mobility scooter cost effective through various schemes offered to the users. The mobility scooters offers comfort, ease of use and elegance, which instead is not offered by traditional wheelchairs, makes the mobility scooter market more potential.
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Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, and others)
Western Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Nordic countries, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg)
Eastern Europe (Poland, Russia)
Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, ASEAN, Australia and New Zealand)
Middle East and Africa (GCC, Southern Africa, North Africa)
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