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Esther May, Robyne Garret & Alison Ballantyne (2010) Being mobile: electric mobility-scooters and their use by older people.
link to article: https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/BE69ECFBF5E78523AB115681ADD9BB8C/S0144686X10000334a.pdf/being_mobile_electric_mobilityscooters_and_their_use_by_older_people.pdf

This article contained a more extensive explanation of the same type of research that was conducted in Article 1.
The methods and conclusions match and thus this summary will be very brief.

For elderly people using mobility scooters, most test subjects experience their life-quality to increase, but are in grave need of lessons regarding the use of their scooters, as well as proper assistance in choosing the correct model to prevent future problems both physically and sensory. Also, many public places are not compatible with scooters in terms of space and obstacles.

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