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Mobility devices such as scooters are an essential part of daily life for people with mobility impairment, not only by improving access to services, but also enhancing quality of life and inclusion.
Where to buy, where you can use them and safety use and training - www.mynrma.com.au/motoring-services/education/driving-alternatives.htm
Queensland Department of Transport - For more details about travelling safely in Queensland with a wheelchair or mobility scooter, please refer to the following publications and websites: - www.tmr.qld.gov.au/Travel-and-transport/Disability-access-and-mobility/Travelling-with-a-wheelchair-or-mobility-scooter.aspx
Users of wheelchairs or mobility scooters should consider safety and accessibility requirements for public transport use when purchasing a device.
Users should consider these criteria:
Passengers using mobility scooters who use a wheelchair accessible taxi are required to dismount from their scooter and transfer into a seat.
Be careful when attaching extras or enhancements to a mobility scooter, such as canopies or flags, which may increase the overall height and impede the view of the driver or affect other passengers.