Scoozy is approved according to EN12184. To ensure that we meet this European standard, Scoozy has been extensively tested by ourselves, our suppliers and various independent test institutes. This blog describes some of the endurance tests we do.
Most standard mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs have a lead gel battery. When designing Scoozy, we consciously chose to equip this standard with a lithium battery. Why? In this blog, we give the 5 advantages for the energy consumption of a li-ion battery compared to a lead gel battery, and we explain why this is ultimately a more economical and sustainable option.
Scoozy is a hybrid between power chairs and scooters. An electric sit down scooter for uneven surfaces, both in the city and in nature. We often get the question: can Scoozy also drive on the beach? This blog explains where you can and cannot go with Scoozy and which Scoozy features make this possible.
Scoozy is developed to give you more freedom by the possibility to drive in various environments. In our films, we show you that you can ride on paved and unpaved trails, All road we call it, but what exactly does that mean, and what is the difference with all terrain?
A mobility scooter is a valuable asset. If your mobility scooter gets stolen, this is not only very annoying, but it means a significant limitation in mobility and independence. Unfortunately, many mobility scooters get stolen. Many mobility scooters have the same key, making them easy to steal. Scoozy came up with a solution! Read in this blog how Scoozy protects against theft.
Mobility scooter drivers are vulnerable in traffic. The protection of closed disabled vehicles and microcars is significantly less than passenger cars as well. The consequence is that you have a greater chance of injury in case of a collision. This blog explains how Scoozy protects you against impact from different sides and helps to prevent a crash.
The most common cause for accidents involving mobility scooters is tipping over (69%). Most mobility scooters with smaller wheels have a more considerable risk of tipping over after contact with an obstacle or bump. This blog explains how we ensure that the mobility scooter Scoozy is more stable than the traditional mobility scooter.
Scoozy has an open design so that nothing can stop that feeling of freedom. Scoozy doesn’t have a steering column to lean on. That is why Scoozy has a patented entry system with solid doors. This blog explains how this unique boarding system works and how you get on Scoozy.
In this blog, we explain which settings you can change with Scoozy. These are both settings from the seat and in the user menu. This way, you know how to adapt Scoozy to your needs.