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What does all-terrain/off-road mobility scooter ground clearance mean?
Ground clearance is the amount of space between the underside of the all terrain scooter and the ground, when the scooter is on flat ground. This does not include the wheels which obvious touch the ground, but sometimes you’ll find that, for example, a motor might protrude lower towards the ground than the rest of your scooter’s underside.
Manufacturers generally count the ground clearance as marking the minimum space you will have, taking into account the furthest protruding object under your scooter. In rare occasions, a ground clearance figure will be given for different parts of the underside e.g. Ground Clearance: 3” at deck.
Ground clearance is helpful in determining which kind of obstacles your all terrain mobility scooter can navigate, and this is an especially important factor when choosing an all-terrain mobility scooter which will have all kinds of hindrances on the paths it takes. The more ground clearance, the higher an obstacle can be and the scooter will still be able to cope with it.
In theory, if a scooter’s ground clearance is 5”, it should be able to come with obstacles up to 5” high, though give yourself some room in an imperfect world.
A high ground clearance will also make it easier for you to go up and down curbs and thresholds without getting stuck or dragging the bottom of your scooter.
You don’t have to be planning on taking an all terrain mobility scooter over rough ground in order to benefit from its great advantages.
It could be that even for smooth terrain you simply want:
- An extra comfy, high-back seat
- Great, smooth suspension
- A high quality product that can take stress
- Strong motor – great on inclines
- Great driving range (measured in miles) per charge
- Good quality wheels and tires
Which brands manufacture all terrain mobility scooters?
This collection contains all terrain mobility scooters from great brands such as:
- Afikim/Afiscooters – An Israeli brand with arguably the best quality and most comfortable mobility scooters. Afiscooter are so confident about their products, they offer 2 years free in-home service (in addition to the standard warranty), and the ability to purchase cover plans for an extra year, totaling 3 years maximum.
- Merits USA – a top trusted brand in the durable medical equipment industry. On Merits Models, we at Heavy Duty Mobility offer you 1 year free in-home service (in addition to the standard warranty), and the ability to purchase cover plans for an extra 1 or 2 years, totaling 3 years maximum.
- Shoprider – a well established name in the mobility scooter industry, based in Torrance, California. On Shoprider Models, we at Heavy Duty Mobility offer you 1 year free in-home service (in addition to the standard warranty), and the ability to purchase cover plans for an extra 1 or 2 years, totaling 3 years maximum.
Notable Mentions: Best All-Terrain Mobility Scooters
The heavy duty format of the Afiscooter S4 is ideal for an all-terrain style mobility scooter. The Afiscooter S4 with All Terrain Golf Tires enhances your mobility with the ability to take the device where you need and want to go without worrying about whether the terrain is smooth or rough such as gravel, cobblestone, or grass. The Afiscooter S4 allows the driver to go anywhere with a ground clearance of 5”, range of 31 miles, and impressive 9.3mph speed capabilities.
The robust design of the Afiscooter S4 with All Terrain Golf Tires offers the same dependability you have come to expect from Afiscooter. The enhanced 2 year warranty offered on all Afiscooter models will ensure you always have a capable, dependable, and comfortable all-terrain mobility scooter for all your mobility needs with a total weight capacity of up to 450lbs.
- Variable Speed Controls
- Fully Adjustable Orthopedic Rated Seat
- Adjustable Tiller with LCD Display
- Not Rated for Indoor Use
- 364lbs. Total Weight
- Blue or Red Color Choices
Comfort and versatility are key in an all terrain mobility scooter and the EW-75 has been engineered with both along with various other features that allow it to stand out in the crowd of other mobility devices. The initial design of the EW-75 remains sleek and modern with 4 – 15” all-terrain wheels that perform great on gravel, grass, and various other terrains. The 5.5” ground clearance further enhances its all-terrain format.
The 750W brushless motor and rear wheel drive capabilities allow the EW-75 to maintain an impressive 43 mile range and a top speed of 15mph. Through enhanced dual suspension the EW-75 is rated with a full weight capacity of 400lbs. so even more robust individuals can ride with confidence.
- Designed for the Adventurous Individual
- Variable Speed Capabilities
- Climb Incline Rated for Up to 15 Degrees
- No Labor Warranty
- Not Rated for Indoor Use
- Not Foldable
All-Terrain mobility devices have truly met their match within the clever and exceptionally designed Silverado EX. This mobility scooter is enhanced with a range of up to 55 miles and a top speed of 9.6mph, so no matter where you need to go, you can get their quickly and with power to spare. The Silverado EX offers a heavy duty frame with a full suspension system for a comfortable driving experience and is rated for up to 10 degree incline on all terrains, including gravel, dirt, and grass.
The Silverado EX maintains a 5.1” ground clearance and its enhanced lighting features that allow the ride to continue even when the sun goes down. The LED powered lighting system utilizes less power than standard lighting packages and the onboard dash display allows you to keep a close eye on speed, battery power, and temperature.
- Half Speed Feature While Turning
- Generous, Secure Storage
- Large 16” Rear Tires, 14” Front
- Not Foldable
- Limited Color Choices
- No Height Adjusted Seat
If you’re looking for compact and easy-to-transport options, be sure to check out our collection of folding mobility scooters.
How to use this page
Above see a list of products (all the products in our all terrain mobility scooters collection), and below the products you’ll find some more helpful information pertaining to heavy-duty mobility scooters, weight capacity brands and top models.
Click on any product you like, to be taken to that product’s dedicated page. On the product page see more information such as more images, videos, price, specifications, financing options as well as an add to cart button if you decide to purchase.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. What is an all terrain mobility scooter?
An all terrain mobility scooter is a kind of mobility scooter that’s built for outdoor trails, paths, uneven terrain, gravel and grass.
It’s stronger and more powerful than regular scooters. It has a high clearance, which means it’s raised higher off the ground and can go over rough or uneven surfaces like grass, gravel, or dirt paths. This kind of scooter also has better suspension, which means it can handle bumps and dips better, and it’s made to be tougher so it lasts longer. Each wheel has a shock absorber for a smoother ride, and it uses air-filled tires that are high quality. This all makes for a more comfortable ride, especially outdoors, for people with mobility issues.
2. Which mobility scooter is best for rough terrain?
The best mobility scooter for rough terrain is the Afikim Afiscooter S4.
It has a strong motor, robust frame and optional super wide all terrain tires. We have a dedicated S4 product page.
3. What mobility scooter is best on grass?
The Merits Silverado Extreme is the best mobility scooter for traversing grassy terrain.
This model stands out due to its substantial 14-inch front and 16-inch rear tires, which provide excellent stability and grip, making it easier to navigate across grass. Its sturdy design and durable construction ensure it can handle various outdoor conditions, ensuring a smooth and safe ride even on grassy or uneven surfaces.
4. Can mobility scooters go up curbs?
High ground clearance mobility scooters can go up curbs.
Aim for a ground clearance around 1.5 times higher than the curb you wish to go up. For instance, if you have a 3-inch curb, you need a ground clearance of 4.5” or higher.