Although mobility scooters are definitely a common sight in today's world, few are like the one created by mechanics David Anderson and Matthew Hine. Capable of record-breaking speeds, the scooter recently broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest scooter that was previously set by Klaus Nissen Petersen in 2012.
With the average scooter speed clocked at about 10mph, this scooter blows the rest away with a whopping top speed of 107.6mph. The record was broken in the Isle of Man at the Jurby Morodrome with Hine behind the driver's wheel.
While the capabilities of the average mobility scooter wouldn't need to be as intense as this one, the scooter is no doubt an impressive feat that could help inspire new forms of innovation.