Auxilliary Battery Tray
Auxilliary Battery Tray
Auxilliary Battery Tray
Auxilliary Battery Tray

Auxilliary Battery Tray

Regular price £40.00

The Auxilliary battery tray allows the electric scooter’s battery to be mounted just below the seat.

By design, it is necessary to remove the lithium-ion battery from the TravelScoot ™ for charging. This is no problem for most people and takes just a few seconds. However, this can be quite a chore for people who have difficulty bending down.

We have an easy fix: Our Auxiliary Battery Tray can be mounted directly beneath the seat, and the battery can remain in place for charging.

Expansion for two batteries or other aids

The modular design allows extensions to be inserted for the tray to be widened to accept two batteries, or even wider to carry oxygen equipment for COPD patients, for example.

One can even install an additional tray facing aft. There is plenty of load capacity on the Auxiliary tray. Please ask for pricing on additional extension modules.

VAT Exemption

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Peter - London, UK

"The TravelScoot changed my life when I could no longer enjoy walking because of severe arthritis of my knees. For the past 15 years it has been my constant companion. It is versatile and light weight so I can easily pick it up and put it in the back of my car. It folds easily and can stay with me when travelling abroad and is useful for getting about the airport and easily folding away for stowage. I would not swap my TravelScoot for anything."

Jennifer – Schomberg, Ontario

“Saved my life in the gigantic land of Las Vegas.”

“What a great little scooter!!!! Saved my life in the gigantic land of Las Vegas. I wanted to let you know that I am very pleased and look forward to my life opening up with a little help from my TravelScoot :)”

“I was stopped at least 10 times and asked about it. The luggage guys and anyone at the airport were super impressed at how small and light it was.”