“Feature-rich” premium mobility scooter launches to enhance the rider experience
Medical equipment supplier Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has unveiled a new addition to its range of folding mobility scooters, the AutoFold Elite.
This mobility device includes multiple new features an LED front headlight, comfort Delta Bar operation and a USB charging point. The remote-controlled scooter also boasts shock-absorbing front and rear suspension, designed to provide extra comfort for an exceptional ride.
Drive says that AutoFold Elite builds on the popularity of its AutoFold and Manual Fold mobility scooters and that it has received “excellent” user feedback so far.
A folding scooter also provides more convenience for users, as it means individuals do not have to assemble and disassemble scooters before and after use when fitting them into car boots, for example, Drive adds.
Dallas Newsham, International Category Manager for Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, commented: “Listening to our customers and their users experience is very important to us at Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare and this new addition demonstrates how committed we are to further enhancing and evolving our products to meet the ever growing demands of user needs and technology advancements.”
Drive says the scooter will be available in early June.
For further information on the AutoFold Elite Folding Scooter, visit the website
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare provides a complete range of durable medical equipment, including walking aids, hospital and community beds, rise & recliners, wheelchairs, bariatric products, sleep surfaces and pressure prevention products, respiratory equipment, powered wheelchairs, scooters, paediatric products, moving and handling, personal care and aids to daily living.
In March, the company launched a new range of home care and residential care products with two electric profiling bed families, offering innovative modular designs for care professionals.