AtBatt is your one stop shop when you need scooter batteries; available for recreational and gas powered scooters. We carry replacement scooter batteries for Yamaha, Razor, Honda and other scooter brands. Your first step in finding a new scooter battery is by selecting your model.
How Long Should I Charge My Scooter Battery?Electric scooter batteries use Sealed Lead Acid batteries (SLA). SLA batteries do not charge quickly. Typical charge time is 8 to 16 hours. If you depend on your scooter to be fully operational at all times, we recommend that you invest in two batteries so you will always have a spare.
What can I do to lengthen my scooter battery life?You should try to never let your mobility scooter battery fully discharge. A full discharge causes extra strain and each cycle robs the battery of a small amount of its capacity. It is also important to remember that you should never leave your scooter battery discharged for a significant length of time. This causes sulfation, which makes it very difficult if not impossible to recharge.
Why People Choose AtBatt for Their Scooter BatteriesTrust, safety, service and community are the foundation of AtBatt.com. We are a U.S. based company that was established in 1998, and pride ourselves on providing reliable scooter batteries.
We offer several brands of replacement batteries for your scooter from leading manufacturers like: Yuasa, Amstron, Power-Sonic and more. In addition, we offer a 2 year warranty on our Amstron SLA batteries.
We provide a hassle-free Return Policy on all of our scooter batteries and same day shipping. If you have any questions, please feel free in calling to speak with our knowledgeable customer service staff.
We have also established a 9V battery donation program with fire departments across the U.S. to help raise smoke detector awareness. Our goal is to make sure that every home has a properly powered smoke detector to help keep Americans safe.
For these reasons and more, customer continue to choose AtBatt.com for all of their scooter battery needs.