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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 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

Signs You Should Consider Investing in an Electric Scooter for Elderly in Rancho Mirage, CA for Your Aging Parent

As a leading Rancho Mirage, CA mobility scooter retailer, Beaumont Pharmacy has been helping to improve the safety and secure the independence of the elders of Riverside County for years. We carry the largest selection of electric scooters for the elderly from the most trusted manufacturers in the industry in an assortment of shapes and sizes and outfitted with an array of features and technologies. From folding electric scooters to all-terrain motorized scooters – and everything in between – we can help you find the perfect option to meet your individual needs. As the top-rated Rancho Mirage, CA mobility scooter dealer, you can count on Beaumont Pharmacy to help you find reliable transportation.

When Does Your Aging Parent Need a Rancho Mirage, CA Mobility Scooter for Seniors?

One of the biggest concerns that senior citizens experience as they grow older is maintaining their independence. Of all the different factors that can minimize your freedom, reduced mobility is, without a doubt, the most imposing. When your mobility is compromised, your independence is compromised, as you have to either rely on others or miss out on doing the things you want and need to do.

Thanks to electric scooters for the elderly, however, senior citizen who struggles with their mobility can maintain their independence. However, as the child of an aging parent, it can be difficult to determine if your mom or dad would benefit from a handicap scooter; after all, you don’t want to insult him or her or invest in something that he or she isn’t going to use. With that said, if any of the following apply to your aging parent, it might be time to discuss visiting a retailer that sells scooters for seniors in Rancho Mirage, CA.

Difficulty Walking

If you’ve noticed that your elderly mother or father is having a hard time walking, it might be time for him or her to invest in an electric scooter for the elderly. For instance, maybe walking around your favorite spot in Riverside County, a place where your mom used to be able to get around with ease, leaves her winded or she’s having a hard time keeping up, or maybe your dad, the guy who used to always be up for going on an adventure, is skipping activities because walking around leaves him in pain, you may want to have a conversation about visiting a Rancho Mirage, CA mobility scooter store.

Frequent Breaks

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If your loved one needs to take frequent breaks when walking or finds it difficult to stand for a prolonged period of time, an electric scooter for the elderly would be a worthwhile investment. Perhaps your senior parent is looking for somewhere to sit down after she or he has been walking for just a few minutes when previously, your loved one would have been able to move about for several hours without issue, for example, an electric scooter could certainly be helpful.

Requests Help More Often

It’s difficult for a parent to ask their child for help – even when they’re elderly and their children are grown. Most parents are used to being caregivers. Sure, it isn’t unusual for your mom or dad to ask you to lend a helping hand here and there; however, if it seems like he or she is asking you to help out more frequently, and is asking you to assist with everyday tasks, such as grocery shopping or even grabbing the mail from the mailbox every time you visit (and when you do, you can tell that the mailbox hasn’t been emptied since the last time you stopped by), it would be a good idea to ask if they’re having a hard time getting around and if so, to discuss the benefits of an electric scooter for elderly.

Contact the Leading Rancho Mirage, CA Mobility Scooter Retailer

If your elderly parents are having a hard time getting around and are struggling to do the things that they used to enjoy doing, or if even everyday tasks have become a challenge, it might be time to think about investing in a motorized scooter. At Beaumont Pharmacy, Riverside County’s leading medical equipment supplier, we carry a large selection of electric scooters for the elderly and can assist your loved one with finding the perfect option. Call 951-845-8252 to schedule an appointment and to find out how we can help your aging mom or dad secure their safety and maintain their independence.


Some information about Rancho Mirage, CA

Rancho Mirage, also called Mirage, is a city in Riverside County, California, United States. The population was 17,218 at the 2010 census, up from 13,249 at the 2000 census, but the seasonal (part-time) population can exceed 20,000. Located between Cathedral City and Palm Desert, it is one of the nine cities of the Coachella Valley. Rancho Mirage was incorporated in 1973 from a merger of five unincorporated areas known as the “Cove communities”, and had 3,000 permanent residents at the time.

Native Americans came to the area 2,000 years ago. The local tribe in Rancho Mirage is the Agua Caliente Indian tribe of Cahuilla Indians. The tribe was almost annihilated by smallpox in 1862-63 but survived, establishing a resort and casino within the city limits. An ancient Native-American trade route, the Halchidhoma trade route, follows the water holes and water springs along the foothills of the Santa Rosa Mountains. This trail is now partially California State Route 111 in Rancho Mirage. The trade route originally reached from the Pacific Ocean in the west to central Arizona, and was used for centuries for trading, food, and for religious purposes. About 1,000 years ago, the local Cahuilla tribes were introduced to pottery from Native American tribes by the Colorado River. The Spaniards also knew of the Coco-Mariposa Trail in the 1820s when they would send letters by Cahuilla runners along the trail to the mission in Tucson, Arizona. The natural environment in Rancho Mirage has supplied the Cahuilla people with various water sources. Although rare in such arid desert environments, the Cahuilla had access to Magnesia Spring in Magnesia Spring Canyon, which is 1.5 miles from Whitewater River. In addition, a variety of natural springs are situated along the San Andreas Fault line near Indio Hills.

Throughout the 1920s, the area today known as Rancho Mirage remained mostly an undeveloped desert area dotted with date and grape ranches. However, in 1928, 160 acres (65 ha) here were purchased by the Southland Land and Realty Company. Access was planned by camel on roads given North-African names, including Tunis Road, Tangier Road, and Sahara Road. The 1929 Depression put an end to the plans. A few years later, a Los Angeles realtor, Lawrence Macomber, purchased hundreds of acres here. Along with Don Cameron, the two began offering property here advertised as “fifteen minutes from Palm Springs, CA.” They were able to attract actor Frank Morgan, among others, until the onset of World War II brought development to an end once again. In 1944, hundreds of acres were bought by Major A. Ronald Button. He described it as “the most wind free area I could find in the desert.” Two years later, in 1946, Henry L. Gogerty established an airstrip here and later launched the Desert Air Hotel and Airpark.

Although the first modern settlements date back to the 1920s and 1930s, Rancho Mirage got its claim to fame after World War II. The Annenberg Estate or ‘Sunnylands’, owned by philanthropists Walter and Leonore Annenberg, had long been popular with the wealthy and powerful, including Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Patrick Macnee, Zeppo Marx and Mary Martin. Several U.S. Presidents have vacationed at the Annenberg estate, including Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and Gerald Ford. President Ford later bought a house in Rancho Mirage and was living there at the time of his death in 2006. The , a world-renowned addiction rehabilitation center, is located in Rancho Mirage at the . President Barack Obama also used Sunnylands for summit meetings with world leaders during his administration.

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