For people such as seniors living with limited mobility in Saskatchewan, Scooter Life Inc. is proud to offer their large selection of Saskatchewan mobility scooters called Sportrider Scooters. These mobility scooters are built in Taiwan and offer superior quality, durability and power not to mention freedom for anyone with limited mobility. Saskatchewan mobility scooters and scooter parts are not made equal, so make sure you compare the cost and quality of your scooter options before you purchase!
Saskatchewan is a beautiful province full of prairies, forests, and lakes. It is located in the center of Canada between Alberta and Manitoba. The name for Saskatchewan comes from the Plains Indian word, “kisiskatchewan”, which means “the river that flows swiftly” and refers to the province’s major river, Saskatchewan River. Saskatchewan is also famous for its great tourism destinations that include camping, lakeside recreation, golf, fishing and hunting as families enjoy the beautiful landscapes and wildlife and friendly down-to-earth people with deep family values in the cities and towns across the province.
Saskatchewan is well known for its agriculture with many small towns and farming communities across its 651,900 square kilometers. However, it is also rich in resources that fuel its mining, manufacturing and tourism industries. Oil and natural gas production in Saskatchewan is the second largest in Canada (next to Alberta) and it is also the world leader in uranium that is supplied to the majority of the western world. Scooter Life is proud to offer our scooters to those need to regain their independence and freedom by becoming more mobile.
If you know someone with limited mobility, such as a senior living in a Sasktachewan city such as: Estevan, Humboldt, Lloydminster, Melfort, Melville, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, Swift Current, Weyburn, Yorkton, Martensville and Meadow Lake for example, they will benefit greatly from the freedom and independence of owing a mobility power scooter. The Canadian landscape is reknowned for its spaciousness and any help with travelling across a town or city is always appreciated by its residents!
As generations grow and members of the farming communities retire, families from the rural farming areas move into Saskatchewan towns such as:
A scooter can help keep people mobile, while they retain their energy for other activities. Keep in mind that the power scooter must be equipped with proper headlights, tail lights, signal lights and a horn if it is to used on a roadway.
For more information regarding our scooters, please browse through our Saskatchewan Mobility Scooter Catalog or contact us directly with any questions you may have. We are proud to serve you and the Saskatchewan community!