Invacare Leo Scooter
Invacare Leo Mobility Scooter, the modern, reliable and comfortable 4 mph 4 wheel mobility solution with a great range.
Offered in Red or Blue.
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The Invacare Leo is widely regarded as a safe and reliable scooter with many features fitted as standard, including:
High capacity 36 Ah batteries - (12 month Warranty).
Large 10" pneumatic tyres.
Large front basket.
Lighting front and rear.
The Leo scooter simply dis-assembles into five parts for storage and transportation.
Designed and manufactured by Invacare, the Leo is supported by a 2 year Warranty.
Available with a range of options, the Leo is finished in Ruby Red or Onyx Blue colours.
Speak to one of the team to discuss options 0333 444 1034.
Invacare UK is part of the Invacare Corporation, headquartered in Elyria, Ohio, USA and is a global leader in the manufacture and distribution of innovative home and long-term care medical products that promote recovery and active lifestyles.
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Mobility Scooter Delivery
Your Mobility Scooter will normally arrive boxed, on a Pallet, and delivered kerbside or as close to your door if possible.
ENdynamics Ltd. offer a personal delivery option, please ask our Customer Service Team for our full range of costed options, including:
Delivery - ready assembled, batteries charged and ready for work. This includes instructional handover.
nb: The Mobility Scooter is covered by the full Manufacturer's Warranty.
If any issues arise under Warranty Terms, the item is required to be returned to ENdynamics for assessment, and repair.
If required, ENdynamics will arrange collection and return - ask for our Customer Team for pricing.
** ENdynamics strongly recommend Mobility Scooter Users to be covered by a quality Insurance policy. A list of Insurance providers is available on request.
You do not need a licence to drive a mobility scooter.
The large Class 3 scooters (8 mph) may be driven on the road and are required to be registered.
See the GOV.UK website here for more detailed information.
Updated May 2023