Friday, June 8, 2012

Where And Why Find Second Hand Mobility Scooters Cheap

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 Second Hand Mobility Scooters, Where To Find Them For Cheap - Digg

 This article states:

When the user of a Medicare scooter thinks they got the scooter for next-to-nothing, they will be much more likely to lower the price when it is time to sell.

It just goes to show how the government creates artificially high prices ($10,000 for a mobility scooter is a lot, don't you think) yet at the same time creates a complete price distortion on the secondary market.

So if you are a little adventurous, and are willing to step out of your comfort zone, and not entirely rely on Medicare and other government programs, you can get a well functioning, reliable mobility scooter on Ebay or Craigslist.

Of course we prefer Craigslist over Feebay (!) and you can easily trade locally, with people you can check out thoroughly.

Also check out other resources with tips for Medicare Scooters and Used Power Wheelchairs.

1 comment:

  1. The best adult scooters seem kind of pricey. How long on average can we expect them to last?

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