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Golden Patriot 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter​
If you’re looking for the ultimate POV for the great outdoors, the Golden Patriot should fit the bill! The Golden Patriot has more standard features for greater comfort and a higher level of performance. With its four-wheel, independent suspension, full lighting package and off road accessories, the Golden Patriot is sure to take you on many adventures!
Avenger 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter​
The Golden Avenger—a four-wheel, heavy-duty scooter—provides an impressive blend of rugged outdoor maneuverability while giving a smooth, comfortable ride over a variety of nature’s most challenging terrains. Durable and stylish, the Avenger includes a standard front basket, a full lighting package and an extra roomy seat with an adjustable headrest. If power is what you need, look no further than the Avenger. Featuring a 500 lb. weight capacity, the Avenger uses two NF-22 batteries that provide a range of up to 18 miles between charges.
Buzzaround CarryOn Mobility Scooter​
The Buzzaround CarryOn motorized scooter is small in stature and big on fun! This new sporty, super portable scooter will take you where you want to go in comfort and style! It features an infinitely adjustable tiller that can fold flat, a full front and rear lighting package, lithium-ion battery pack (travel battery pack sold separately*), and 300 lb. weight capacity. The heaviest piece is 47.5 lbs. (without seat and batteries) and the height when folded is only 12”.
Buzzaround LX 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter​
The Buzzaround LX (Luxury) 4-wheel scooter is one of the industry’s only “Full-Time” / “All Day” mobility scooters, which is also fully portable for travel. This travel scooter offers a 375 lb. weight capacity, an “on demand” easy to operate, fully infinitely adjustable tiller, USB Charging port, and a large, plush highback seat. The Buzzaround LX portable scooter also comes standard with a full lighting package, and 33 AH batteries for all day use!
Buzzaround EX 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter​
The Buzzaround EX 4-wheel scooter offers more standard features to make your riding experience better than ever. Featuring a 350 lb. weight capacity, a wrap-around Delta Tiller, a new LED battery gauge, a wireless U1 battery, and a new ultra bright LED angle-adjustable headlight, the new Buzzaround EX mobility scooter is also longer to offer more foot room, with a great turning radius. Plus, this travel scooter disassembles in seconds with just 4 easy steps making transporting from one destination to another a breeze!
LiteRider 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter​
The four-wheel LiteRider™ scooter from Golden features 12.5-mile range, a Delta Tiller standard, more attractive styling and more vibrant colors. A modern tubular frame design supports its 300 lb. weight capacity, and its completely wireless disassembly makes transporting a breeze. The LiteRider GL141’s 9-inch, black low-profile tires are mounted on high-strength steel rims. Its plush, deep-black vinyl stadium style seat comes with adjustable armrests and a full 360-degree swivel mechanism for getting on and off the scooter easily. You will also appreciate our two storage baskets, one on the tiller and one under the seat. A true beauty, the LiteRider scooter is available in deep shades of red and blue.
LiteRider 3-Wheel Mobility Scooter​
The LiteRider™ three-wheel scooter features up to a 12-mile range, a Delta Tiller standard, more attractive styling, and more vibrant colors. A modern tubular frame design supports its 300 lb. weight capacity and its completely wireless disassembly makes transporting a breeze. This mobility scooter’s 9-inch, black low-profile tires are mounted on high-strength steel rims. The plush, deep-black vinyl stadium style seat comes with adjustable armrests and a full 360-degree swivel mechanism for getting on and off the scooter easily. It also comes standard with two storage baskets, one on the tiller and one under the seat. A true beauty, the LiteRider scooter is available in deep shades of red and blue.
Companion 4-Wheel Full Size Mobility Scooter​
The Companion GC440 four-wheel scooter offers the most legroom and foot room in its class with a modern, rugged design. With 10-inch tires on the front and rear, it cruises the outdoors and takes obstacles in stride. Features include easy disassembly; an adjustable LED headlight; an ergonomic control panel design with a backlit battery gauge display; and a wraparound Delta tiller for easy steering.
Companion 3-Wheel Full Size Mobility Scooter​
The Companion GC340C scooter offers more legroom and foot room with a wider front deck and a stylish new design. New features include easy disassembly; an adjustable LED headlight; an ergonomic control panel design with a backlit battery gauge display; a wraparound Delta tiller for easy steering; and an optional power-elevating seat.
Companion 3-Wheel Mid-Size Mobility Scooter​
The Companion GC240 scooter will take you the places you’ve had trouble getting to. Ideal for trips to the mall, dining out or an afternoon at the park, this midsize scooter provides great style with high performance and easy disassembly. Features include an adjustable LED headlight; an ergonomic control panel design with a backlit battery gauge display; and a wraparound Delta tiller for easy steering.
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Mobility Scooter in Lake Tamarisk, CA 92239

3 Types of Electric Scooters for Seniors in Lake Tamarisk, CA

Beaumont Pharmacy is a leading Lake Tamarisk, CA mobility scooter retailer. We carry the largest selection of makes and models from the most reputable manufacturers in the industry, and we offer the most affordable prices and work with Medicare to ensure that you can find a motorized scooter that will fit your budget. For years, we’ve been helping the elders of Riverside County improve their safety and maintain their independence with top-quality electric scooters for seniors, and we’d love to do the same for you. For more information or to schedule a test drive, call 951-845-8252 today!

Top 3 Models of Electric Scooters for Seniors in Riverside County

Whether you’re getting older and slowing down, you’ve developed a medical condition, such as arthritis or osteoporosis, or you’ve sustained an injury that has left you disabled, if your mobility has been compromised, you might be thinking about investing in an electric scooter for seniors. With a motorized scooter, you’ll not only have an easier time getting around, but your safety will also improve, and you’ll be able to maintain your independence; in other words, a walking assistance scooter can help to secure your peace of mind, and that is certainly a worthwhile investment.

There’s no doubt you’ve seen other senior citizens driving around Riverside County on mobility scooters, and you have to admit that you’re excited to get one for yourself. While there’s no denying that electric scooters for seniors can offer numerous benefits, shopping for one can be a bit overwhelming, as there are so many different types to choose from. To make the process easier, familiarizing yourself with the different models before you head to a Lake Tamarisk, CA mobility scooter retailer is highly recommended. With that said, here’s a look at the top three senior citizen electric scooter models.

3-Wheel Electric Scooters for Seniors

When you’re shopping at a Lake Tamarisk, CA mobility scooter retailer, there’s no doubt you’re going to see a lot of 3-wheel models, as they’re one of the most popular options. They typically feature two wheels in the rear that are widely spaced across from one another, and a single- or double-width wheel in the front, which is attached to a handlebar, a tiller, or a steering wheel. Three-wheel electric scooters for seniors look similar to a child’s tricycle, but of course, they’re larger and are powered by an electric motor. One of the key advantages of the 3-wheel model is the low turning radius, which allows for maximum maneuverability. They’re generally recommended for indoor use, as they aren’t as stable and can’t manage uneven outdoor terrain as well as other models. If you do intend on using one outdoors, stick to smoothly paved walkways, footpaths, and roadways.

4-Wheel Motorized Scooters for Seniors

If you enjoy spending a lot of time outdoors and you like to travel, a 4-wheel electric scooter for seniors would be a good choice. These models feature two evenly spaced wheels in both the front and back of the scooter. A lot of models are also equipped with front and rear suspension, which allows for a smoother ride when traveling at higher speeds. Additionally, because the dual front and rear wheels are evenly spaced, 4-wheel motorized scooters are much more stable than 3-wheel models. It’s important to note, however, that they usually have a higher turning radius, so they’re better suited for outdoor use, as they require more clearance.

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Heavy-Duty Electric Scooters for Seniors

Reputable Lake Tamarisk, CA mobility scooter retailers will also carry heavy-duty models. If you need a more powerful mobility scooter, this is an excellent choice. They’re specially engineered to deliver outstanding performance. Typically, they’re equipped with heavy-duty drivetrains, which makes them more powerful. They ride on four wheels – two evenly spaced wheels in the front and two in the back – which are usually larger and more rugged than a standard 4-wheel electric scooter, so they can better handle more rugged tertian. Additionally, they usually have front- and rear-wheel suspension, and the seats are larger and offer more cushioning for maximum comfort.

Visit the Leading Lake Tamarisk, CA Mobility Scooter Retailer

To learn more about the different types of electric scooters for seniors in Riverside County, contact Beaumont Pharmacy. We carry the largest selection of makes and models from the best manufacturers in the industry, and we’d love to assist you with finding the perfect model to best suit your needs. For more information or to schedule a test drive, call 951-845-8252 today!


Some information about Lake Tamarisk, CA

Desert Center is a census designated place in the Colorado Desert in Riverside County, California. It is in southern California, between the cities of Indio and Blythe at the junction of Interstate 10 and State Route 177, about halfway between Phoenix and Los Angeles. The ZIP Code is 92239, and the community is in telephone area codes 442 and 760. The elevation is 656 feet (200 m). The population was 204 at the 2010 census.

The town was founded in 1921 by Stephen A. Ragsdale, also known as “Desert Steve”, and his wife, Lydia. Ragsdale was an itinerant preacher and cotton farmer, originally from Arkansas. In 1915, he left his farm in the Palo Verde Valley along the Colorado River to attend to some business in Los Angeles. The road between Phoenix and Los Angeles was mostly sand, and Ragsdale’s vehicle broke down near a place called Gruendyke’s Well. This featured a hand-dug well and was inhabited by a prospector named Bill Gruendyke. Gruendyke rescued Ragsdale and gave him food, shelter, and water until his vehicle was repaired and he could resume his journey to Los Angeles.

Upon his return, Ragsdale bought out Gruendyke and moved his family to the remote spot, where they constructed a small shack with a lean-to that served as a repair garage. A Model T truck was modified to serve as a tow car. Gasoline was pumped by hand from a 55-gallon drum. Lydia served food and refreshments to thirsty and weary travelers. In spite of the remote location-50 miles (80 km) in any direction from anything-the Ragsdales prospered. Ragsdale named his outpost “Desert Center”. In 1921, it was announced that the sand road running through Desert Center would be relocated about 5 miles (8.0 km) north, straightened, paved, and named U.S. Route 60, a modern “high-speed” highway. In March 1926, The San Bernardino Daily Sun reported that 21 miles of grading was being done on a new road from Desert Center to Hopkins Well, changing the location of the desert highway and running over better soil.

“‘The old highway there will be abandoned when the new work is completed,’ said Mr. [E. Q.] Sullivan [division engineer for the California Highway Commission], ‘and we will later surface such stretches of the new road as are necessary.’ F. C. Payton is the contractor handling the grading work.”

Ragsdale abandoned “old Desert Center” and built a poured-concrete café in the adobe style with an attached gasoline station and a huge service garage. Across the road, a series of wooden structures were built, including a market (which at one time was the largest Coleman camping equipment dealer in the country), and a post office. He also built several cabins for travelers, and a large “plunge” (swimming pool) next to the café where travelers could escape the desert heat.

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