DME company, their reason being that the scooter "is a transportation devise. It does not treat an illness nor serve a medical purpose. It is useful to a person without a disease or disability
It's amazing how some insurance company reps come up with these ideas and comments!! If a doctor prescribes a scooter for your mobility then the insurance company shouldn't deny it. Then again, you could ask the company if you got a rx for an electric wheel-chair, which is definitely classed as a medical device, would they prefer paying over $ 8000.00 for one of those as opposed to a couple of thousand for a scooter!