Knee Scooter Rental in Arizona

Recovering from an injury or surgery can greatly impact your mobility. That’s why we offer a range of knee scooters for rent on a weekly or monthly basis. Our knee scooters provide you with the freedom and support you need during your recovery journey.

We prioritize your comfort and convenience. Our knee scooter rentals are meticulously maintained and thoroughly sanitized, ensuring your safety and peace of mind. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available to assist you in selecting the right knee scooter for your unique requirements and provide any necessary instructions for safe operation.

AZ MediQuip Rents Knee Scooters

Providing comfortable support following foot, ankle, or lower leg injury or surgery, knee walkers are a great alternative to crutches. Knee scooters allow individuals to move safely and comfortably throughout the day while eliminating the fatigue and discomfort caused by crutches. Our rental inventory includes two fantastic options: the Vive All-Terrain Quad Knee Scooter and the AZM Knee Scooter. 

Both knee scooters are equipped with durable brakes, offering you complete control and safety. Our rental options provide you with the flexibility to choose between weekly and monthly durations, depending on your specific needs.

All-Terrain Knee Scooter Rental

All-Terrain Knee Scooter for Rent

The Vive All-Terrain Quad Knee Scooter is designed to tackle any terrain with ease. Its sturdy construction and rugged tires make it perfect for outdoor use, allowing you to navigate through grass, gravel, and uneven surfaces effortlessly. With its adjustable knee pad and handlebars, this all-terrain knee scooter ensures maximum comfort and stability, enabling you to maintain an active lifestyle during your recovery.

Safely supporting up to 300 pounds, the lightweight steel knee scooter is durable and fully adjustable for a customized fit. The cushioned knee platform height is adjustable between 20 inches to 26 inches. The steering handle is also adjustable from 38 inches to 46 inches. The removable knee platform and folding steering handle allow the scooter to easily be stored and transported as needed.

Fits patients up to 350 lbs. who are 5′ 6″—6’ – 6”.

  • All-terrain knee scooter for rent: $150 Monthly; $50 Weekly

Knee Scooters for Rent

Rent a knee scooter in Arizona

Standard Knee Scooter for Rent

For a more compact and versatile option, we offer the AZM Knee Scooter. This knee scooter provides excellent maneuverability and stability, making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Its lightweight design, adjustable knee pad, and handlebars allow for a customized fit, ensuring a comfortable and smooth ride.

Fits patients up to 300 lbs. who are 5′ to 6’4″.

  • Knee scooter for rent: $120 Monthly; $40 Weekly

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  • We maintain our equipment to the highest standards, conducting regular maintenance and rigorous testing to guarantee optimal performance and reliability.
  • We adhere to the strictest cleanliness protocols, thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing all rental equipment.
  • Many of our rental products are available for pick-up from our eight medical supply stores.

  • White-glove delivery and set-up is available for all rental items.
  • Delivery costs may vary.

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Andrew was great finding an adjustable hospital bed for my father and delivering it right when we needed it in two days. He was very helpful in answering questions on a number of issues regarding equipment. He spent quality time over the phone with me, and was patient. I would definitely use this company again because of my experience with Andrew, and the prompt delivery. My dad is still in skilled nursing and hasn’t tried out the bed yet, but we were glad to be able to rent something so it will be waiting for him when he is discharged.

Evan Keefer