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Something to consider, two hands are required to operate/steer and if you don't have great control of your hands/arms, you might end up zig zagging often and precise control may be more difficult than a typical motorized chair.
There are similar motorized chairs with one handed 'joystick' operation that might be easier to operate. And there are more conventional type portable/folding scooters also available than may be easier to control/steer.