At Monarch Mobility, we offer a range of ways for you to secure your ideal mobility scooter. We believe that everyone has the right to enjoy the independence and freedom owning a scooter can bring, even if paying for it all up front isn’t possible. Read this page to find out about the different payment methods you can choose from.
If you would like to talk to one of our friendly team about the various options available, please call us on 0800 002 9633 or complete the form below.
We know that some people still prefer to pay for most items with cash, and we are happy to accept this as payment for any of our scooters, rise and recline chairs or other products. Monarch Mobility has been established as a trusted brand since 2001 so you can rest assured that your money will be in safe hands when you buy your next mobility aid at our showroom.
It is, of course, important to acknowledge that carrying a significant amount of money on your person comes with inevitable security risks. For this reason, ensure you always have someone you trust with you when leaving the house with cash, or consider switching to alternative payment methods for large purchases.
The most popular way to pay for our mobility scooters outright is via debit or credit card. Choosing this option will give you the peace of mind of knowing your new vehicle has been fully paid for before you even take it away so you can look forward to years of use without having to worry about any further expense.
Paying by card will not come with any hidden fees and, as we are fully authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, we can guarantee that every penny you spend at Monarch Mobility will be secure and fully accounted for.
We understand that not everyone is able to purchase large items such as mobility scooters outright, which is why we also offer a fantastically affordable alternative. Our interest-free, 0% finance option means that you can borrow what you need to secure the product that is right for you – not simply what you can afford at the time – and pay it back at a rate and amount that you feel is manageable.