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Collection: Mobility Scooter Batteries

Power your mobility scooter with high-quality, long-lasting, lithium-ion & purified lead batteries.

At Mobility Solutions Direct, we sell a wide range of wheelchair and mobility scooter batteries ranging in voltage from 12V to 24V, and amps from 10Ah to 100Ah. This means there’s a battery compatible for nearly every scooter out there. 

Find your battery below and receive free, fast delivery on your order.

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High-Quality Batteries for Mobility Scooters

At Mobility Solutions Direct, we go the extra mile in offering reliable mobility scooter battery replacements guaranteed to keep you going wherever you’re going. 

With lead-acid and lithium-ion batteries to choose from, all with varying amps per hour, you can be confident you’ll find the right battery today.


Lithium-ion Batteries

The Solax mobility scooter battery is 24 Volt / 10 Amp Power, designed to travel 13 miles on a single charge. They’re airline-approved and weigh just 4lbs, making them the perfect battery to take with you on holiday. They need a full night’s rest to fully recharge them (around 8-10 hours), so we recommend plugging them in to charge the night before.  They’re compatible with a wide range of scooters including Monarch Smarti, Mobie Plus and more. 

Please note, this requires a round terminal mobility scooter battery charger.

Deep Cycle Sealed Lead-acid Batteries (SLA)

Strident batteries are made using lead-acid - whilst this doesn’t last as long compared to lithium-ion, they are a great cost-effective solution. They’re rechargeable and combined with critical conductive properties for an all-round better performance. These have undergone rigorous stringent quality tests to ensure the highest quality possible. 

Our strident battery range varies in amps per hour, with some our best sellers including:

Which mobility scooter battery do I need?

There are two types of mobility scooter batteries; lithium-ion and lead-acid. Lithium-ion batteries have a longer lifespan and are generally considered to be better than lead-acid batteries, however, they cost more. Lead-acid batteries are still effective, but they do weigh more and will not last as long. 


Understanding Voltage

Mobility scooters typically require 24V batteries to operate, either in the form of one battery, or two 12V batteries wires together. 


Understanding Amps per hour

The required amps per hour will depend on the type of scooter you have. As a general rule of thumb, these are the recommended amps per hour:

  • 12Ah - 35Ah: Typically used on travel scooters for short trips
  • 35Ah - 50Ah: Typically used on everyday-use mobility scooters
  • 50Ah+ : Typically used on heavy-duty mobility scooters designed for outdoor use and longer trips 

Buy Mobility Scooter Batteries at Low Prices Today!

At Mobility Solutions Direct, we go above and beyond to offer customers the best range of reliable batteries at affordable prices that won’t let you down. 

With highly competitive prices across both lead-acid and lithium-ion batteries, alongside fast & free delivery, you can shop with full confidence today. Join hundreds of satisfied customers and order today!

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Frequently Asked Question

There are two types of mobility scooter batteries: lead-acid battery life typically lasts between 1 and 2 years, and lithium-ion, which typically lasts between 2 and 5 years. Many factors go into how long they last, including how frequently you use them and how well you maintain them. We recommend these tips to customers so they can get the most out of their mobility scooter batteries: avoid letting it drain completely drain, before charging, remove the charger once the battery is fully charged, and if you're storing the scooter away for a long time, partially charge the battery and recharge it every few months.

This depends on a few factors including the type of scooter you have, the battery, and how much the user weighs; if you are light, the motor will require less from the battery; if you are heavier, it will require more power from the motor and therefore use more energy from the battery.

Charging any mobility scooter from near-depletion to full charge can take anywhere up to 12 hours, which is why we recommend plugging it in to charge the night before you are going to use it. This way you can ensure the battery is as fully charged as possible and you’re not left stranded mid-journey.

Both lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries cannot be disposed of in a regular bin and should instead be disposed of at a place with the facilities to handle hazardous waste. There are many supermarkets and other retail shops which can recycle these for you.

Lithium-ion and lead batteries can both be used for mobility scooters, however, one will be more suitable for you depending on your budget. Lithium-ion batteries travel further, weigh less and last longer than lead-acid batteries, however, they are more expensive. If you’re restricted by a tight budget, a lead-acid battery will be a good short-term solution for getting around easier.