In the year 1968, an interesting equipment for wheelchair-confined people was invented. Entrepreneur and inventor Allan R Thieme developed the first ever mobility scooter called the Amigo. Since then, people with evident walking limitations have found the hope they need to be able to get the mobility they want with utmost convenience.
Amigo was made to help one of the family members of Mr Thieme. Thus, it was inferred that the drive to develop and invent the device was spurred by the need to provide help and assistance to that family member. From then on, mobility scooters' popularity spread like fire. From the United States, mobility scooters became a headline news and started soliciting interest from other countries globally.
Now, although not too many people are able to afford and own mobility scooters, crippled and walking disabled persons are now finding hope in the device. Mobility scooters are ranked as among the most important and sought-after devices by disabled and handicapped people. And there are more than enough reasons for that fact.
During the 1970s, mobility Police Electric Scooter were considered as among the most sophisticated devices ever made. Not too many people were able to avail and purchase the device. Because of the advanced technology and sophisticated design of mobility scooters, the device was then considered the equipment of the future. Now, during the modern times, mobility scooters are more common than before, but there are still a few setbacks that prevent the full popularity of the equipment.
If you have been fond of reading the Marvel comics called 'X-Men', which was also adopted for television animated series and further later as a movie series, you would notice that there is a mobility scooter used by a character known as Professor Charles Xavier. It is perceived that the kind of mobility scooter used by Professor X would soon be the apple of the eye of future and modern inventions.