For those seniors who have a harder time getting around, or for those people with limited mobility living in Manitoba, Scooter Life proudly offers a solution, a high quality power mobility scooter called the Sportrider® Scooter. Our scooters are made by the world leader and originator of the 4-wheel mobility scooter, a scooter company that has forged the way by re-inventing and improving scooter technology since 1989. Our Sportrider® scooters provide a better overall solution than other mobility scooters you can find locally or online, as they are built for durability, power and superior quality of parts such as the scooter battery and optional accessories.
Manitoba is a Canadian province located between Saskatchewan and Ontario and covers 649,950 square kilometres. The name “Manitoba” comes from one of the original Indian tribe’s languages meaning “Lake of the Prairies.” This name rings true, as Manitoba is home to over 110,000 lakes! The rich resources of Manitoba create an abundance for the province’s industries of manufacturing, mining, transportation, forestry, energy and tourism.
You will find a friendly and diverse population in Manitoba, with a combination of English Canadians, Franco-Manitobans and a growing aboriginal population. Over half of Manitoba’s population is located in its capital city, Winnipeg, a city that hosts the majority of sports teams, universities and cultural events, such as the Festival du Voyageur and Folklorama.
As with many of the Canadian provinces, and its major cities like Winnipeg, the landscape is spacious to say the least, and reliable transportation is essential for anyone looking to travel around town or across the province. For those who have limited mobility, such as seniors living in Winnipeg or one of these Manitoba towns (Altona, Brandon, Beausejour, Carman, Dauphin, Flin Flon, Morden, Neepawa, Peguis First Nation, Portage la Prairie, Sandy Bay, Steinbach, Selkirk, Stonewall, Swan River, The Pas, Thompson, Virden, or Winkler) a mobility scooter can be the key to regaining independence and freedom to those individuals who cannot currently transport themselves around their neighbourhoods.
A mobility scooter can help keep people with limited mobility mobile, so they can retain their energy for other (more fun) activities. When using a mobility scooter on the road, please keep in mind that the power scooter must have proper headlights, tail lights, signal lights and a horn to be considered road-worthy.
For more information regarding our scooters, please browse through our Manitoba Mobility Scooter Catalog or contact us directly with any questions you may have. We are proud to serve you and the Manitoban community!