A mobility scooter is like an electric-powered wheelchair but configured as a motorscooter. It is intended for use by people who have disabilities affecting their mobility.

A mobility scooter is like an electric-powered wheelchair but configured as a motor scooter. It is intended for use by people who have disabilities affecting their mobility. However, a mobility scooter in the hands of 32-year-old plumber and Sky TV's tech show GADGET GEEKS host Colin Furze is another story.

Clearly packing something more than a mild low-speed electric motor, Furze's (hyper)mobility scooter is capable of hitting speeds up to 70 mph (114 km/h) and currently holds the Guinness World Record for fastest mobility scooter.

In this latest video Furze says he wasn't able to hit 70 mph in the snow but he did reach 51 mph (81 km/h). Regardless, it looks like a lot of fun.

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