I no longer work.. some of you will know my story from my other threads but basically I have very severe CFS/ME and am trying to make things as easy as possible so I can still get out once a week. I thought that soem of you may have experience of electric wheelchairs for family, friends and thought I would try an dpick your brains.. I am rather greedy and currently have 3 mobilityscooters. I rarely use my small boot scooter Pride gogo as it's too tiring on the arms and brain and in a shop I can't actually get close enough to racks rails to buy stuff.. I also can't take it on dial-a-bus here (not that I go out alone anyway but I'd like to in the future). I have allready upgraded my class 3 road scooter to a tramper and love that as I can go up grass hills etc. My current plan (and this changes daily) is to sell/part exchange my two redundant scooters to fund an electric wheelchair. I will be buying a used one as they are still really pricey. I would like one that can still go in car boot but they look really heavy.. Do the batteries come off easily to load in a boot? They seem heaviest part? I find my manual chair more comfy than scooter so assume this will be same for wheelchair? Hoping the chair can be used in house on my really bad days when it seems too far to the kitchen? I drove big class 3 scooter inside to store originally so don't anticiapte a problem? Do they tip up easily on slopes? I am a wuss. Do they go up kerbs ok, slopes? Any advice on what I need to look for? My local shop has a pride lx2 coming in soon and they suggest that. Anybody know what they are like? I have tried to research online but got in a muddle so all help, suggestions ideas welcome.