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  • There’s strength in numbers

    H4 Medium - There’s strength in numbers

    B1 - Did you know, you can bundle Road Service covers together in a group of up to 5 people, so one can look after renewals for everyone?
    • it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
    • each additional person gets a $10 discount
    • you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
    • each person becomes an RAA member
    To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop
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    H4 Medium - There’s strength in numbers

    B1 - Did you know, you can bundle Road Service covers together in a group of up to 5 people, so one can look after renewals for everyone?
    • it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
    • each additional person gets a $10 discount
    • you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
    • each person becomes an RAA member
    To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop.
     

H4 Medium - There’s strength in numbers

B1 - Did you know, you can bundle Road Service covers together in a group of up to 5 people, so one can look after renewals for everyone?
• it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
• each additional person gets a $10 discount
• you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
• each person becomes an RAA member
To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop

H4 Medium - There’s strength in numbers

B1 - Did you know, you can bundle Road Service covers together in a group of up to 5 people, so one can look after renewals for everyone?
• it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
• each additional person gets a $10 discount
• you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
• each person becomes an RAA member
To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop.
 

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  • Choosing a scooter

    Choosing the right mobility scooter

    There a many different styles of mobility scooter on the market and we’re here to help you make the right choice.

    By test driving a few models you’ll get a feel for how they operate and which one best suits your needs. You’ll be surprised how comfortable and easy they are to drive. 

    Before dropping in for a test drive, watch our video for some handy tips to help make the decision easier.

    Visit your nearest RAA mobility scooter super site for expert advice and assistance. 

  • Safety tips

    Mobility scooter safety tips

    Driving rules
    Scooter users must obey the same rules as pedestrians.

    • Drive on the footpath wherever possible; only use the road if there’s no other option.
    • Don’t exceed the speed limit of 10 kilometres per hour.
    • Use pedestrian crossings or cross at areas of high visibility.
    • Don’t drink and drive.

    Handling tips
    Scooters are surprisingly comfortable and manoeuvrable.

    • Slow turns – make turns slowly and avoid sudden jerky movements.
    • Rear-view mirrors – regular use of rear view mirrors will keep you aware of what’s going on around you.
    • Travel straight – travel up and down inclines as straight as possible to avoid tipping the scooter.
    • Increase visibility – display a safety flag and wear light coloured clothing.
    • Slow down – reduce speed when travelling in congested areas, and watch out for vehicles exiting driveways.
    • Avoid driving a scooter at night – use lights and reflectors if you must drive at night.

    Plan your trip
    Plan your route in advance.
    • Potential hazards – think about any potential hazards like rough terrain, busy crossings or roadworks.
    • Consider other factors – check the weather and be sure you’re feeling okay before you head off.

  • Service and Repair

    RAA offers servicing and repairs for Shoprider mobility scooters<br />

    • RAA members receive 15% off servicing,
    • We use genuine parts
    • Warranty support for scooters purchased at RAA

    Mobile and Mile End workshop repairs and service include:

    • Solid and tubed tyre replacement
    • Battery checking and replacement
    • System diagnostics
    • Accessory fitting
    • Wheel alignment
    • Motor replacement
    • Lights and switches

    Scooter pickup and drop-off are available to and from the Mile End workshop*

    * Mobile service and pick up/drop off available in metropolitan Adelaide only.

  • Road Service

    Road Service for mobility scooters<br />

    If you hold any level of RAA Road Service cover you can call us for roadside assistance if your mobility scooter breaks down or gets a flat tyre.

    We’ll do our best to get you going again and, if repairs can't be carried out at the roadside, we‘ll arrange for a taxi to transport you and your scooter to a safe location or place of repair.

    Mobility scooter benefits

       Premium Plus Standard
     Summary of benefits      
     Annual taxi benefit  Up to $100  Up to $75  Up to $50
    Transport by RAA Country Service Depot* Up to 200km (400km return) Up to 100km (200km return) Up to 40km (80km return)

    *In areas where the transport of your mobility scooter is provided by a designated RAA Country Service Depot, the benefit applies as per the towing distance applicable to your level of Road Service cover.

    Please note:

    • Service does not include assistance in lifting a person in or out of their mobility scooter.
    • Service in shopping centres and other buildings needs to be in an area that's suitable and practical for our patrols to attend, such as an outside entrance or a car park.
    • The taxi benefit can be used once per incident and is separate from the RAA Premium taxi benefit that applies after vehicle breakdown/towing.

Choosing the right mobility scooter

There a many different styles of mobility scooter on the market and we’re here to help you make the right choice.

By test driving a few models you’ll get a feel for how they operate and which one best suits your needs. You’ll be surprised how comfortable and easy they are to drive. 

Before dropping in for a test drive, watch our video for some handy tips to help make the decision easier.

Visit your nearest RAA mobility scooter super site for expert advice and assistance. 

Mobility scooter safety tips

Driving rules
Scooter users must obey the same rules as pedestrians.

• Drive on the footpath wherever possible; only use the road if there’s no other option.
• Don’t exceed the speed limit of 10 kilometres per hour.
• Use pedestrian crossings or cross at areas of high visibility.
• Don’t drink and drive.

Handling tips
Scooters are surprisingly comfortable and manoeuvrable.

• Slow turns – make turns slowly and avoid sudden jerky movements.
• Rear-view mirrors – regular use of rear view mirrors will keep you aware of what’s going on around you.
• Travel straight – travel up and down inclines as straight as possible to avoid tipping the scooter.
• Increase visibility – display a safety flag and wear light coloured clothing.
• Slow down – reduce speed when travelling in congested areas, and watch out for vehicles exiting driveways.
• Avoid driving a scooter at night – use lights and reflectors if you must drive at night.

Plan your trip
Plan your route in advance.
• Potential hazards – think about any potential hazards like rough terrain, busy crossings or roadworks.
• Consider other factors – check the weather and be sure you’re feeling okay before you head off.

RAA offers servicing and repairs for Shoprider mobility scooters<br />

• RAA members receive 15% off servicing,
• We use genuine parts
• Warranty support for scooters purchased at RAA

Mobile and Mile End workshop repairs and service include:

• Solid and tubed tyre replacement
• Battery checking and replacement
• System diagnostics
• Accessory fitting
• Wheel alignment
• Motor replacement
• Lights and switches

Scooter pickup and drop-off are available to and from the Mile End workshop*

* Mobile service and pick up/drop off available in metropolitan Adelaide only.

Road Service for mobility scooters<br />

If you hold any level of RAA Road Service cover you can call us for roadside assistance if your mobility scooter breaks down or gets a flat tyre.

We’ll do our best to get you going again and, if repairs can't be carried out at the roadside, we‘ll arrange for a taxi to transport you and your scooter to a safe location or place of repair.

Mobility scooter benefits

   Premium Plus Standard
 Summary of benefits      
 Annual taxi benefit  Up to $100  Up to $75  Up to $50
Transport by RAA Country Service Depot* Up to 200km (400km return) Up to 100km (200km return) Up to 40km (80km return)

*In areas where the transport of your mobility scooter is provided by a designated RAA Country Service Depot, the benefit applies as per the towing distance applicable to your level of Road Service cover.

Please note:

• Service does not include assistance in lifting a person in or out of their mobility scooter.
• Service in shopping centres and other buildings needs to be in an area that's suitable and practical for our patrols to attend, such as an outside entrance or a car park.
• The taxi benefit can be used once per incident and is separate from the RAA Premium taxi benefit that applies after vehicle breakdown/towing.


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    • it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
    • each additional person gets a $10 discount
    • you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
    • each person becomes an RAA member
    To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop
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    • it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
    • each additional person gets a $10 discount
    • you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
    • each person becomes an RAA member
    To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop
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    • it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
    • each additional person gets a $10 discount
    • you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
    • each person becomes an RAA member
    To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop
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    B1 - Did you know, you can bundle Road Service covers together in a group of up to 5 people, so one can look after renewals for everyone?
    • it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
    • each additional person gets a $10 discount
    • you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
    • each person becomes an RAA member
    To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop

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B1 - Did you know, you can bundle Road Service covers together in a group of up to 5 people, so one can look after renewals for everyone?
• it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
• each additional person gets a $10 discount
• you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
• each person becomes an RAA member
To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop

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• it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
• each additional person gets a $10 discount
• you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
• each person becomes an RAA member
To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop

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B1 - Did you know, you can bundle Road Service covers together in a group of up to 5 people, so one can look after renewals for everyone?
• it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
• each additional person gets a $10 discount
• you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
• each person becomes an RAA member
To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop

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B1 - Did you know, you can bundle Road Service covers together in a group of up to 5 people, so one can look after renewals for everyone?
• it’s a great option for families and couples on a budget
• each additional person gets a $10 discount
• you can start or join a group anytime (even if you already have Road Service)
• each person becomes an RAA member
To create or join a group – or to renew – call 8202 4610 or drop into your local RAA Shop

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  • Choosing a scooter

    Choosing the right mobility scooter

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    Visit your nearest RAA mobility scooter super site for expert advice and assistance. 

  • Safety tips

    Mobility scooter safety tips

    Driving rules
    Scooter users must obey the same rules as pedestrians.

    • Drive on the footpath wherever possible; only use the road if there’s no other option.
    • Don’t exceed the speed limit of 10 kilometres per hour.
    • Use pedestrian crossings or cross at areas of high visibility.
    • Don’t drink and drive.

    Handling tips
    Scooters are surprisingly comfortable and manoeuvrable.

    • Slow turns – make turns slowly and avoid sudden jerky movements.
    • Rear-view mirrors – regular use of rear view mirrors will keep you aware of what’s going on around you.
    • Travel straight – travel up and down inclines as straight as possible to avoid tipping the scooter.
    • Increase visibility – display a safety flag and wear light coloured clothing.
    • Slow down – reduce speed when travelling in congested areas, and watch out for vehicles exiting driveways.
    • Avoid driving a scooter at night – use lights and reflectors if you must drive at night.

    Plan your trip
    Plan your route in advance.
    • Potential hazards – think about any potential hazards like rough terrain, busy crossings or roadworks.
    • Consider other factors – check the weather and be sure you’re feeling okay before you head off.

  • Service and Repair

    RAA offers servicing and repairs for Shoprider mobility scooters<br />

    • RAA members receive 15% off servicing,
    • We use genuine parts
    • Warranty support for scooters purchased at RAA

    Mobile and Mile End workshop repairs and service include:

    • Solid and tubed tyre replacement
    • Battery checking and replacement
    • System diagnostics
    • Accessory fitting
    • Wheel alignment
    • Motor replacement
    • Lights and switches

    Scooter pickup and drop-off are available to and from the Mile End workshop*

    * Mobile service and pick up/drop off available in metropolitan Adelaide only.

  • Road Service

    Road Service for mobility scooters<br />

    If you hold any level of RAA Road Service cover you can call us for roadside assistance if your mobility scooter breaks down or gets a flat tyre.

    We’ll do our best to get you going again and, if repairs can't be carried out at the roadside, we‘ll arrange for a taxi to transport you and your scooter to a safe location or place of repair.

    Mobility scooter benefits

       Premium Plus Standard
     Summary of benefits      
     Annual taxi benefit  Up to $100  Up to $75  Up to $50
    Transport by RAA Country Service Depot* Up to 200km (400km return) Up to 100km (200km return) Up to 40km (80km return)

    *In areas where the transport of your mobility scooter is provided by a designated RAA Country Service Depot, the benefit applies as per the towing distance applicable to your level of Road Service cover.

    Please note:

    • Service does not include assistance in lifting a person in or out of their mobility scooter.
    • Service in shopping centres and other buildings needs to be in an area that's suitable and practical for our patrols to attend, such as an outside entrance or a car park.
    • The taxi benefit can be used once per incident and is separate from the RAA Premium taxi benefit that applies after vehicle breakdown/towing.

Choosing the right mobility scooter

This is sample text to check

Visit your nearest RAA mobility scooter super site for expert advice and assistance. 

Mobility scooter safety tips

Driving rules
Scooter users must obey the same rules as pedestrians.

• Drive on the footpath wherever possible; only use the road if there’s no other option.
• Don’t exceed the speed limit of 10 kilometres per hour.
• Use pedestrian crossings or cross at areas of high visibility.
• Don’t drink and drive.

Handling tips
Scooters are surprisingly comfortable and manoeuvrable.

• Slow turns – make turns slowly and avoid sudden jerky movements.
• Rear-view mirrors – regular use of rear view mirrors will keep you aware of what’s going on around you.
• Travel straight – travel up and down inclines as straight as possible to avoid tipping the scooter.
• Increase visibility – display a safety flag and wear light coloured clothing.
• Slow down – reduce speed when travelling in congested areas, and watch out for vehicles exiting driveways.
• Avoid driving a scooter at night – use lights and reflectors if you must drive at night.

Plan your trip
Plan your route in advance.
• Potential hazards – think about any potential hazards like rough terrain, busy crossings or roadworks.
• Consider other factors – check the weather and be sure you’re feeling okay before you head off.

RAA offers servicing and repairs for Shoprider mobility scooters<br />

• RAA members receive 15% off servicing,
• We use genuine parts
• Warranty support for scooters purchased at RAA

Mobile and Mile End workshop repairs and service include:

• Solid and tubed tyre replacement
• Battery checking and replacement
• System diagnostics
• Accessory fitting
• Wheel alignment
• Motor replacement
• Lights and switches

Scooter pickup and drop-off are available to and from the Mile End workshop*

* Mobile service and pick up/drop off available in metropolitan Adelaide only.

Road Service for mobility scooters<br />

If you hold any level of RAA Road Service cover you can call us for roadside assistance if your mobility scooter breaks down or gets a flat tyre.

We’ll do our best to get you going again and, if repairs can't be carried out at the roadside, we‘ll arrange for a taxi to transport you and your scooter to a safe location or place of repair.

Mobility scooter benefits

   Premium Plus Standard
 Summary of benefits      
 Annual taxi benefit  Up to $100  Up to $75  Up to $50
Transport by RAA Country Service Depot* Up to 200km (400km return) Up to 100km (200km return) Up to 40km (80km return)

*In areas where the transport of your mobility scooter is provided by a designated RAA Country Service Depot, the benefit applies as per the towing distance applicable to your level of Road Service cover.

Please note:

• Service does not include assistance in lifting a person in or out of their mobility scooter.
• Service in shopping centres and other buildings needs to be in an area that's suitable and practical for our patrols to attend, such as an outside entrance or a car park.
• The taxi benefit can be used once per incident and is separate from the RAA Premium taxi benefit that applies after vehicle breakdown/towing.


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  • Choosing a scooter

    Choosing the right mobility scooter

    There a many different styles of mobility scooter on the market and we’re here to help you make the right choice.

    By test driving a few models you’ll get a feel for how they operate and which one best suits your needs. You’ll be surprised how comfortable and easy they are to drive. 

    Before dropping in for a test drive, watch our video for some handy tips to help make the decision easier.

    Visit your nearest RAA mobility scooter super site for expert advice and assistance. 

  • Safety tips

    Mobility scooter safety tips

    Driving rules
    Scooter users must obey the same rules as pedestrians.

    • Drive on the footpath wherever possible; only use the road if there’s no other option.
    • Don’t exceed the speed limit of 10 kilometres per hour.
    • Use pedestrian crossings or cross at areas of high visibility.
    • Don’t drink and drive.

    Handling tips
    Scooters are surprisingly comfortable and manoeuvrable.

    • Slow turns – make turns slowly and avoid sudden jerky movements.
    • Rear-view mirrors – regular use of rear view mirrors will keep you aware of what’s going on around you.
    • Travel straight – travel up and down inclines as straight as possible to avoid tipping the scooter.
    • Increase visibility – display a safety flag and wear light coloured clothing.
    • Slow down – reduce speed when travelling in congested areas, and watch out for vehicles exiting driveways.
    • Avoid driving a scooter at night – use lights and reflectors if you must drive at night.

    Plan your trip
    Plan your route in advance.
    • Potential hazards – think about any potential hazards like rough terrain, busy crossings or roadworks.
    • Consider other factors – check the weather and be sure you’re feeling okay before you head off.

  • Service and Repair

    RAA offers servicing and repairs for Shoprider mobility scooters<br />

    • RAA members receive 15% off servicing,
    • We use genuine parts
    • Warranty support for scooters purchased at RAA

    Mobile and Mile End workshop repairs and service include:

    • Solid and tubed tyre replacement
    • Battery checking and replacement
    • System diagnostics
    • Accessory fitting
    • Wheel alignment
    • Motor replacement
    • Lights and switches

    Scooter pickup and drop-off are available to and from the Mile End workshop*

    * Mobile service and pick up/drop off available in metropolitan Adelaide only.

  • Road Service

    Road Service for mobility scooters<br />

    If you hold any level of RAA Road Service cover you can call us for roadside assistance if your mobility scooter breaks down or gets a flat tyre.

    We’ll do our best to get you going again and, if repairs can't be carried out at the roadside, we‘ll arrange for a taxi to transport you and your scooter to a safe location or place of repair.

    Mobility scooter benefits

       Premium Plus Standard
     Summary of benefits      
     Annual taxi benefit  Up to $100  Up to $75  Up to $50
    Transport by RAA Country Service Depot* Up to 200km (400km return) Up to 100km (200km return) Up to 40km (80km return)

    *In areas where the transport of your mobility scooter is provided by a designated RAA Country Service Depot, the benefit applies as per the towing distance applicable to your level of Road Service cover.

    Please note:

    • Service does not include assistance in lifting a person in or out of their mobility scooter.
    • Service in shopping centres and other buildings needs to be in an area that's suitable and practical for our patrols to attend, such as an outside entrance or a car park.
    • The taxi benefit can be used once per incident and is separate from the RAA Premium taxi benefit that applies after vehicle breakdown/towing.

Choosing the right mobility scooter

There a many different styles of mobility scooter on the market and we’re here to help you make the right choice.

By test driving a few models you’ll get a feel for how they operate and which one best suits your needs. You’ll be surprised how comfortable and easy they are to drive. 

Before dropping in for a test drive, watch our video for some handy tips to help make the decision easier.

Visit your nearest RAA mobility scooter super site for expert advice and assistance. 

Mobility scooter safety tips

Driving rules
Scooter users must obey the same rules as pedestrians.

• Drive on the footpath wherever possible; only use the road if there’s no other option.
• Don’t exceed the speed limit of 10 kilometres per hour.
• Use pedestrian crossings or cross at areas of high visibility.
• Don’t drink and drive.

Handling tips
Scooters are surprisingly comfortable and manoeuvrable.

• Slow turns – make turns slowly and avoid sudden jerky movements.
• Rear-view mirrors – regular use of rear view mirrors will keep you aware of what’s going on around you.
• Travel straight – travel up and down inclines as straight as possible to avoid tipping the scooter.
• Increase visibility – display a safety flag and wear light coloured clothing.
• Slow down – reduce speed when travelling in congested areas, and watch out for vehicles exiting driveways.
• Avoid driving a scooter at night – use lights and reflectors if you must drive at night.

Plan your trip
Plan your route in advance.
• Potential hazards – think about any potential hazards like rough terrain, busy crossings or roadworks.
• Consider other factors – check the weather and be sure you’re feeling okay before you head off.

RAA offers servicing and repairs for Shoprider mobility scooters<br />

• RAA members receive 15% off servicing,
• We use genuine parts
• Warranty support for scooters purchased at RAA

Mobile and Mile End workshop repairs and service include:

• Solid and tubed tyre replacement
• Battery checking and replacement
• System diagnostics
• Accessory fitting
• Wheel alignment
• Motor replacement
• Lights and switches

Scooter pickup and drop-off are available to and from the Mile End workshop*

* Mobile service and pick up/drop off available in metropolitan Adelaide only.

Road Service for mobility scooters<br />

If you hold any level of RAA Road Service cover you can call us for roadside assistance if your mobility scooter breaks down or gets a flat tyre.

We’ll do our best to get you going again and, if repairs can't be carried out at the roadside, we‘ll arrange for a taxi to transport you and your scooter to a safe location or place of repair.

Mobility scooter benefits

   Premium Plus Standard
 Summary of benefits      
 Annual taxi benefit  Up to $100  Up to $75  Up to $50
Transport by RAA Country Service Depot* Up to 200km (400km return) Up to 100km (200km return) Up to 40km (80km return)

*In areas where the transport of your mobility scooter is provided by a designated RAA Country Service Depot, the benefit applies as per the towing distance applicable to your level of Road Service cover.

Please note:

• Service does not include assistance in lifting a person in or out of their mobility scooter.
• Service in shopping centres and other buildings needs to be in an area that's suitable and practical for our patrols to attend, such as an outside entrance or a car park.
• The taxi benefit can be used once per incident and is separate from the RAA Premium taxi benefit that applies after vehicle breakdown/towing.