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Meet ‘Scoozy’ a Sleek 4-Wheel Drive Mobility Scooter

Meet ‘Scoozy’ a Sleek 4-Wheel Drive Mobility Scooter

Meet Scoozy, a sleek 4-wheel drive advanced mobility scooter that is smart, powerful – and most importantly, liberating for its users as it promotes independence and an active lifestyle. The impressive Dutch product’s innovative design was developed in Delft in the western Netherlands. Built with the latest lithium-ion battery technology, the Scoozy has a long lifespan and a large range of up to 100 km. Its maximum speed goes up to 18 km/h.

Its regenerative braking system allows the user to drive much further. This is due to the energy that is released when the user brakes and is then returned to the battery. The Scoozy also has active braking where the user can brake safely thanks to the unique active brake control. Furthermore, there is a back-up braking system for added security.



Equipped with a dependable range display, it shows a reliable prediction of the driving range. The Scoozy’s armrests seamlessly open to the side and allow for easy access and exiting. It also comes equipped with steering angle protection where its speed and turning circle adjust automatically. This crucial feature ensures that the user will never tip over by sharp steering. With that said, it has a turning circle of 2.4 meters.

The Scoozy also allows the user to have full control by using just one hand to maneuver with a joystick. This capability enables the user to steer intuitively and with ease. Using minimal effort, the user can simply push the joystick if he or she wants to go forward and pull the joystick back when he or she wants to go backward, etc.

The Scoozy has high-visibility and not just for its sharp-looking design and Moonshot Grey color, but its attention to safety with its high-placed LED lighting, street view LED lighting, and seatbelt. For avid travelers, Scoozy has luggage racks both in the front and rear. Regarding its aesthetic and functional properties, “the first thing you notice is the absence of the steering column,” Scoozy’s Co-Founder, Jan Willem van Gent, points out. “We want nothing between you and the world. That is our vision,” he said.

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