Your mobility scooter is an important aspect of your life. Without it, you may be limited in movement and may not even reach far. Those same problems apply when it is powered by a conventional battery, such as AGM and lead-acid batteries. If you want to avoid any hassle or any inconvenience, it is best to switch to lithium marine batteries.
You might be thinking why those batteries are relevant to your mobility scooter. Despite how they are called, they are deep cycle batteries that will help keep your scooter running smoothly whenever you use it. And because they are lithium batteries, you can count on their longer running times, reliable performance, and safety all around. In case if you forget to recharge your scooter overnight and you need it soon, lithium marine batteries can be fully charged in just a few hours. You also have the option to charge them to less than its full capacity, and still get the same performance out of them.
Deep cycle lithium batteries, such as LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) are more lightweight than traditional power sources. That means they won’t weigh your mobility scooter down, and you can go faster if needed. If someone needs to lift or carry the scooter, they will find it easier to do so because of the lighter battery.
Lithium marine batteries are easily the best choice for any small electric vehicle, including mobility scooters because they are maintenance-free and do not require any tedious servicing, like electrolyte replacement and corrosion removal. They guarantee consistent power throughout run time, even after many cycles. The battery should provide the same number of amperages even when it is lower than 50 percent of its battery life. In case you want to check how much charge is left, you can easily do so from the built-in LED charge indicator on top of the battery.