Mobility Scooter Hire

Hire Equipment Available

Weekly Hire

Monthly Hire

Long Term Hire

Mobility Scooter – Medium Size




Mobility Scooter Large Size



Electric Powerchair – Small



Electric Powerchair – Medium/Large




Stand Up Lifter Hoist

Sling M/L incl.

Patient Lifter Hoist

Sling M incl.

Attachments Available: Crutch/walking stick holder, Wire basket.

All electric hire mobility aids (except small powerchairs) are Queensland Transport registered, and have a number plates attached.

Small and medium size hire equipment has a max user weight capacity of 110kg, large items up to 120kg.

Electric hire equipment batteries must be charged every night overnight (can not be overcharged) by plugging the charger into a 10amp standard household powerpoint. Extension lead can be used.

Safe and sheltered storage of the hired equipment is the responsibility of the hirer, all damage and loss must be paid for.

Footprints Mobility Equipment does not accept any liability, damage or injury caused by any individual using the hired mobility aid. Be careful and use it safely, if in doubt ask, or consider alternative options.

We deliver and pick up FREE in and around the Brisbane metropolitan area, and some parts of Brisbane Northside. Include your suburb with your enquire.

Information about motorized wheelchair use:

To be used on Pedestrian Traffic Routes only. When using a motorized wheelchair outside of the home, for example on a footpath, the person using the motorized wheelchair is considered to be a pedestrian under the Queensland Road Rules.

This means a motorized wheelchair (which includes mobility scooters) can only be used where a pedestrian can travel, referred to as ‘Pedestrian Travel Routes’.

Person using an electric wheelchair or a mobility scooter:

  • must use the footpath or nature strip where available
  • if there is no footpath or nature strip available, or there is an obstruction that needs to be avoided, the person must travel as close as possible to the right hand side of the road, facing oncoming traffic (unless traveling on a one way street)
  • must cross a road by the most direct route and use a crossing where available.
  • must also give way to others when using a footpath or nature strip
  • exercise due care and attention for the safety of others at all times, including traveling at an appropriate speed (which depending on the situation may be less than the maximum speed of 10km/h).