Pimp My Scooter

Pimp my mobility scooter: the scooters kitted out to look like Jeeps, Land Rovers and Harley Davidsons that have even been snapped up by Robbie Williams to star in his latest music video. The disability vehicles are designed and made by Andrew Wylie, 40, at his workshop in Whitley Bay, North Tyneside. Despite reaching maximum speeds of just eight miles per hour, the novelty scooters are pimped out to look like cars, lorries and motorbikes.

Pimp my mobility scooter: the scooters kitted out to look like Jeeps, Land Rovers and Harley Davidsons that have even been snapped up by Robbie Williams to star in his latest music video. The disability vehicles are designed and made by Andrew Wylie, 40, at his workshop in Whitley Bay, North Tyneside. Despite reaching maximum speeds of just eight miles per hour, the novelty scooters are pimped out to look like cars, lorries and motorbikes.

Pimp my mobility scooter: the scooters kitted out to look like Jeeps, Land Rovers and Harley Davidsons that have even been snapped up by Robbie Williams to star in his latest music video. The disability vehicles are designed and made by Andrew Wylie, 40, at his workshop in Whitley Bay, North Tyneside. Despite reaching maximum speeds of just eight miles per hour, the novelty scooters are pimped out to look like cars, lorries and motorbikes.

Pimp my mobility scooter: the scooters kitted out to look like Jeeps, Land Rovers and Harley Davidsons that have even been snapped up by Robbie Williams to star in his latest music video. The disability vehicles are designed and made by Andrew Wylie, 40, at his workshop in Whitley Bay, North Tyneside. Despite reaching maximum speeds of just eight miles per hour, the novelty scooters are pimped out to look like cars, lorries and motorbikes.

Pimp my mobility scooter: the scooters kitted out to look like Jeeps, Land Rovers and Harley Davidsons that have even been snapped up by Robbie Williams to star in his latest music video. The disability vehicles are designed and made by Andrew Wylie, 40, at his workshop in Whitley Bay, North Tyneside. Despite reaching maximum speeds of just eight miles per hour, the novelty scooters are pimped out to look like cars, lorries and motorbikes.