Battery Care Guide

Maintaining your mobility scooter or power wheelchair battery is crucial for keeping your mobility device running smoothly and safely. 

Regular battery care can help prevent potential issues and extend the life of your scooter or wheelchair. As an owner, it’s important to follow certain safety points to care for your battery, including charging it regularly and avoiding overcharging. Using the correct charger and storing the battery properly are also essential for the longevity and performance of your battery.

Here are the main safety points to keep in mind for proper mobility scooter battery care:

  • Charge the battery regularly to prevent it from losing power.
  • Avoid overcharging the battery, as this can damage it. Unplug the charger once the battery is fully charged.
  • Use the charger that came with your mobility scooter, or one recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Keep your mobility scooter away from extreme temperatures and direct sunlight, as these can affect the performance of the battery.
  • Store the battery in a cool, dry place if you’re not using the scooter for an extended period of time. Make sure to charge the battery before storing it, and recharge it every few months while it is in storage.

By following these safety points, you can help ensure that your mobility scooter battery lasts as long as possible and performs at its best. In addition, scheduling yearly checkups with a trusted mobility shop like is recommended to ensure that your mobility scooter is in top condition and the battery is well-maintained.

Contact to schedule a checkup by calling 057 86 66730 or emailing .Prioritizing regular battery care and maintenance will not only ensure the safety and reliability of your mobility scooter but also give you peace of mind while using it.