3 Best Mobility Scooter Transport Racks for 2021

You’ve purchased your electric mobility scooter, and it’s great for outings. But at some point, you’re going to want to transport it to a different location. Maybe to a relative’s home for a birthday celebration, perhaps to a museum, a mall, or even when traveling to your vacation destination. For those times, if you don’t have a folding mobility scooter, then you’ll want to look at carriers and purchasing a mobility scooter transport rack that attaches with a hitch to the back of a car/truck. Let’s look at the 3 Best Mobility Scooter Transport Racks for 2021.

There will be some considerations you will want to take into account before your purchase. How much weight does your transport rack need to be able to carry? Will, it fit your car, truck, or RV. What measurements does it need to be to accommodate your scooter? Do you want one that folds when the scooter isn’t on it? I would suggest getting a rack that has a ramp for easier loading and unloading of the scooter. These are just some things you’ll want to consider.

Before getting started on transport racks, let me take a moment to bring to mind three posts that preceded this in a series of articles on mobility scooters. If you are still shopping around, “Electric Scooters for Seniors” discusses the different options you will want to think about before purchasing a scooter. “Electric Scooters for Seniors – Product Comparison” reviews/compares five different types of electric mobility scooters. Finally, “Best Mobility Scooter Accessories” discusses some of the most popular accessories for mobility scooters. 

Let’s get started by looking at 3 of the best mobility scooter transport racks available: the Husky, the Maxxhaul, and the Goplus.

My Choice


3 Best Mobility Scooter Transport Racks for 2021 - Husky

The Husky Towing Model 88133 came in as the number one pick. 

Measuring 50-1/4″ L x 29-1/2″ W x 4 “H it will accommodate most mobility scooters. There is a 500 lb weight limit, and most mobility scooters weigh less. It will attach to a 2-inch receiver hitch.

The ramp is 47″ long x 29.5″ wide with a gradual slope, allowing the scooter to be easily loaded.

The construction is made of aluminum and has two anchor points to secure your scooter while in transport.

The big plus in winning the number 1 spot is that the Husky folds up when not in use, making parking much easier.

The Husky is a great choice overall.


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3 Best Mobility Scooter Transport Racks for 2021 - Maxxhaul

A close runner-up is the MaxxHaul. It has a large bed and side rails and supports up to 500 lbs. The inside of the rack measures 46 x 27-1/4 x 6-5/8 inch, which will fit almost all mobility scooters.

The construction of the basket is aluminum which allows for corrosion resistance. Though the rack is made of aluminum, the under-support and hitch shaft are constructed from high-grade steel.

The high sides of the bed measure 4 inches in height and provide numerous tie-down spots if desired.

The ramp is 60″ long and folds up when not in use.

The one con is that the bed of the rack itself does not fold, so it can make parking more difficult, which is the main reason for the runner-up position in our review.

Overall, with the size and construction of the MaxxHaul, this will be the perfect fit for most mobility scooters.




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3 Best Mobility Scooter Transport Racks for 2021 - Goplus

The Goplus is a good buy for the money. Measuring 50″ x 29.5″, it is a size that will accommodate most mobility scooters. The total length of the ramp, when extended, is 41.5” (L) X 27.5” (W), which is shorter than our other picks.

The height of the rails measure 9-inches which is one of the perks I really like about this.

There are multiple tie-down locations in the bed of the rack, and it does come with reflectors to enhance the safety of driving at night.

The weight capacity is 500 lbs; again, most mobility scooters are lighter than this.

The construction of the Goplus is a heavy-duty aluminum structure, and the cargo carrier is rust and corrosion-resistant.

There a few drawbacks to the Goplus transport rack:  1) it does not fold up against the vehicle when not in use. This can make it more difficult to find a parking spot that allows for the extra width of the rack behind the vehicle. 2) there is a 45mph speed limitation, and 3) there is no mention of a warranty or guarantee.

Overall, this is a nice transport rack and may very well suit the needs you have in transporting your mobility scooter.   


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With the convenience of a mobility scooter along with a transport rack, you will gain the freedom to go where you want. Whether to the store, a vacation, or maybe the county fair, a mobility scooter transport rack will allow you to take your scooter with you and enjoy your time.

In reading the 3 Best Mobility Scooter Transport Racks for 2021, I hope you were able to narrow down your choice and become a better-informed consumer.

Have you had an experience with mobility scooter transport racks?  Maybe purchasing one or using one?  I would love to hear your story. Please comment below.  

6 thoughts on “3 Best Mobility Scooter Transport Racks for 2021”

  1. I have a class B RV and I need to haul a car and 2 mobility scooters. Our scooters are Merits Mobility Pioneer 3 so they don’t come apart and are bigger then most. Help.

    • Hi Merritt,

      I don’t have a solution but maybe an idea – have you contacted your local RV dealership to see what they would suggest or contacted your RV manufacturer? They would know the towing capacity and any safety issues you would need to consider while also taking into consideration towing your car. Maybe a toy trailer would be large enough for your scooters? But again, you want to be sure that your RV could safely handle towing one along with your vehicle. If you come up with a solution please come back and share it with us. Thank you for stopping by.

  2. Husky was easy to put together. Easy to use, although it really needs two people to put it on. Could do with more anchor points. Blocks back-up sensors, so a little hard to reverse with it on.

    • Hi Philip,

      Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time in leaving your comment. I’m sure it will be beneficial for those looking into purchasing the Husky and what they can expect.

      Thank you again,

    • Hi Philip,

      Thank you for your comment. It makes me so happy that you are finding the articles useful. If there is anything you would like me to cover please comment and I’ll do my best to do so.


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