Mobility Scooter Rentals – San Diego, CA
Open Monday - Saturday
Available for all of San Diego
Delivery to Homes & Hotels
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300 lb Weight Limit
Our standard ECV models offer peak performance and driving solutions for users traveling all around the San Diego area. Recommended for users who weigh less than 300 lbs, our standard mobility carts will do the walking for you and get you all around San Diego with enhanced comfort and mobility.
400 lb Weight Limit
Need something with a little more power? Our heavy-duty models come with a reinforced body frame that supports an additional 100 lbs compared to the standard models. For users who might weigh close to 300 lbs, the heavy-duty version is recommended as it will offer a longer drive duration during the day. Select our HD model for increased comfort and drive range.
500 lb Weight Limit
Rent an extra heavy-duty scooter that comes equipped with extended batteries, a large seat, and solid, high-performing tires. Developed for both comfort and performance, these mobility carts never fail to deliver and offer a unique riding experience for each user. Rent one today!
300 lb Weight Limit
Need a scooter that can disassemble and transport inside a car. Our transportable models can break down into 5 separate pieces in total. This allows the user to travel with mobility equipment and will fit inside any average-size car trunk. These scooters are perfect for an on-the-go lifestyle. Reserve one today!
Fun Places to visit while in San Diego
Tour and travel around the fun spots while in SD
1. Spend a Day at the La Jolla Cove
The La Jolla Cove is one of the concealed jewels in San Diego County. La Jolla Cove is a great spot to picnic and enjoy the gentle surf and fascinating tide pools. You can additionally watch the seals play and take a kayak trip off the sea cliffs, all in a short distance of the bars & restaurants of quaint Downtown La Jolla.
2. Solana Beach
Solana Beach is a place that calls out to the imagination. The beach has cliffs that jut to the corner of the ocean. There are steps that you can walk down to get to the shoreline. You might travel down the steps and see a deserted beach to appreciate by yourself or with someone special. You might end up in an area packed with surfers looking for the perfect wave. You never know what you might find in this special beach spot. Be prepared for an exciting encounter if you ever tour Solana Beach.
3. Visit Balboa Park
Balboa Park is a superb 1,200-acre cultural park, situated only a few short minutes away from Downtown SD. The numerous attractions you’ll find at Balboa Park are such as 10 various world-renowned museums, 9 botanical gardens, a playhouse, the San Diego Zoo, and a variety of shops and restaurants to enjoy. In addition, you can enjoy a happy walk along the main promenade of the Park, enjoying the art installations, the trees, and the beautiful Spanish Revival architecture.
4. A Night at the Gaslamp
The historic Gaslamp District in the middle of Downtown San Diego is where the nightlife is. A wonderful place for both singles and couples, the Gaslamp has a few of the finest dance clubs & bars in the city, including everything from upscale cocktail lounges to salsa dancing venues.
5. Hike at Torrey Pines
The Torrey Pines State Reserve is a must-see stop in SD for any nature lover. The trails in this spot make for good day hikes. Though pretty close to the ocean, they are situated approximately 300 feet up on a bluff facing the north end of La Jolla. The park, home to the unique Torrey pine tree and an array of desert wildlife, makes for a refreshing hike and rewards you with some of the most amazing view of the Pacific Coast you’ll ever come across.
If you’re looking for a lot of fun and excitement any time of the year, San Diego is the place go. There’s much to do and see with the many attractions which are featured in this wonderful Californian city.
Tip: Whether you’re planning your excursion during peak season or off-season, it’s usually good to book your travel tickets beforehand to avoid the last minute rush.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do You Charge for Delivery & Pickup?
Our prices quoted above include delivery and pickup.
How Long do the Batteries Last?
Many factors come into play when determining the driving range for the day. For instance, the user’s weight relative to the scooter and its maximum weight capacity is a factor that is sometimes overlooked. Take a standard scooter, for example. A user who weighs 120 lbs will put slightly less strain on the batteries than someone who weighs 280 lbs, which is closer to the 300 lb weight capacity limit of a standard scooter. In addition, please keep in mind that the drive terrain also affects the quality of drive performance, and whether or not you are constantly driving up and downhills. All this and more must be considered and factored in when considering how far you will be able to scoot around San Diego. However, all batteries in our mobility scooters are durable, sealed lead-acid batteries that are long-lasting, providing a good charge throughout the day.
Do You Deliver to the San Diego Zoo?
Although we do not deliver directly to the zoo, we encourage all to pick up directly from our office which is just about a 15-minute drive off the I-5 freeway. We have travel scooters that can disassemble and fit in your car for easy transportation so that you can have easy access to your scooter for the San Diego Zoo. The zoo itself does not allow advanced reservations and is on a first come first serve basis. However, we accept scooter reservations for any day of the week. Call (619) 741-6700 to book a scooter today!
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