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Scooter Batteries - Mobility Scooter & Electric Scooter Batteries - Light Duty & Heavy Duty - AGM & GEL

A reliable, long-lasting mobility scooter battery is essential for anyone who uses a power chair or electric scooter. Allegro Medical proudly offers high-quality mobility scooter batteries and replacement power chair batteries in a range of AMPs, so you can find the right one for your specific model at the lowest prices guaranteed. Shop confidently with our Best Price Guarantee, affordable shipping options, and knowledgeable customer service.

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  1. MK 12 Volt - 32 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 32 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each
    $108.75
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  2. MK 12 Volt - 60 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 60 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each
    $268.44
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  3. MK 12 Volt - 73 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 73 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each
    $315.31
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  4. MK 12 Volt - 55 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 55 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each
    $192.44
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  5. MK 12 Volt - 18 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 18 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each
    $61.78
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  6. MK 12 Volt - 98 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 98 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each
    $389.69
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  7. MK 12 Volt - 74 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 74 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each
    $315.31
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  8. MK 12 Volt - 31 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 31 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each
    $145.00
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  9. MK 12 Volt - 26 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 26 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each
    $108.39
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  10. MK 12 Volt - 40 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 40 AMP Heavy Duty Gel Battery - Each
    $210.53
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  11. MK 12 Volt - 50 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each MK 12 Volt - 50 AMP Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery - Each
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  12. MK 12 VOLT- VRLA AGM BATTERY MK 12 VOLT- VRLA AGM BATTERY
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


How long do scooter batteries last?

Scooter battery utility between charges relies on various factors, including the user's weight, the type of terrain traveled, the average speed per trip, scooter maintenance, and the temperature of the riding environment. But under normal circumstances, the average travel time on one charge is around 45 minutes to one hour or about 20 to 20 kilometers. However, MK-12 60 Amp. Heavy Duty Gel Batteries in 4-wheel motor scooters can last much longer between charges. Also, most mobility scooter batteries have an average lifespan of about two to three years.

How do I charge a mobility scooter battery?

Charging a battery like the MK 12 Volt 32 Amp Sealed Light Duty AGM Battery is simple. Before you plug in the charging cable, turn off the power to your scooter and plug the power cable into the charging port. Then, plug the power cable into a wall socket or other power outlet. Always use the charging cable that comes with the battery. Otherwise, you could damage the battery.

The LED light will be red or orange while the battery charges. After about 10 hours, your battery should have a full charge, and the LED light will turn green. At this point, unplug the charger from the scooter before you unplug it from the wall. Take a trial run to ensure your scooter received the charge.

How do I replace the battery in my mobility scooter?

The process of replacing a battery in 4-wheel and 3-wheel mobility scooters is the same. Before you start, turn off the power switch and disconnect the joystick from the power supply. The next step is to remove the seat. Not all seats on mobility scooters detach the same way. So, you may need to refer to the owner's manual to remove the seat correctly. After you remove the seat, the base cover should come off effortlessly.

At this point, disconnect the battery cables and remove the old battery. But don't forget to take off the negative cable first and remove any clamps. After completely removing the old battery, position the scooter replacement battery in the same space that the old battery occupied. Then, reconnect the battery cables by connecting the negative cable before reattaching the base cover and seat. The final step is to plug in the joystick before giving the replacement battery its first charge.

How can I increase the battery life of my mobility scooter?

Three of the most valuable tips for improving battery life are avoiding overcharging, never allowing the battery to drain completely, and fully charging the battery before storing for more than six weeks. Also, you should check and charge your battery monthly, regardless of your usage pattern.

Along with good maintenance practices, you can boost your mobility aid's battery life if you ride your mobility scooter at constant speeds, avoid carrying heavy loads, and bypass steep inclines. You can also preserve battery function by storing it in spaces with moderate temperatures.


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