Scooter safety in Moonee Valley

Did you know that mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs are designed to be used on footpaths, not the road? Or that scooter and wheelchair users are covered by the same road rules that apply to pedestrians? 

A guide to safely using your motorised mobility device

We have developed this brochure to help you to travel comfortably, understand the road rules and get home safe.

A guide to safely using your motorised mobility device

A guide to safely using your motorised mobility device (accessible version) 

The brochure contains important information, including:

  • an outline of the road rules that apply to motorised mobility device users
  • tips on how to choose the right scooter or wheelchair 
  • a checklist of items to consider before you leave home
  • instructions on how to transport your device in a taxi
  • details of the Recharge Scheme in Moonee Valley
  • services offered by us to make your trip safer and more comfortable

For more information or to request a copy of the brochure, contact our MetroAccess Project Officer on 9243 1405 or at

Recharge Scheme

Our Recharge Scheme supports mobility scooter or electric wheelchair users to travel around the community without fear of being stranded by a flat battery. Please view the full list of Moonee Valley Recharge points to identify your closest location. All Recharge points are identified by the official Recharge logo.

Recharge points in Moonee Valley

Recharge points are located in all neighbourhood centres and libraries. A number of our facilities also offer a dedicated battery charger, including:

  • Ascot Vale Library – 165 Union Road, Ascot Vale
  • Ascot Vale Neighbourhood Centre - corner Union Road and Munro Street, Ascot Vale
  • Avondale Heights Library and Learning Centre - 69-79 Military Road, Avondale Heights
  • Burley Griffin Neighbourhood Centre – Park Drive, Keilor East
  • Flemington Library - 313 Racecourse Road, Flemington
  • Kellaway Avenue Neighbourhood Centre – 5 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds
  • Nancy Kirchner Neighbourhood Centre, Lot 2 Doyle Street, Avondale Heights
  • Niddrie Library - 483 Keilor Road, Niddrie
  • Niddrie Neighbourhood Centre – 3 Matthews Avenue, Niddrie
  • Sam Merrifield Library - 762 Mt Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds

More information on the Recharge Scheme (including locations in other municipalities) is available at the Recharge website.

Recharge and your business

The Recharge scheme can benefit your business by attracting new customers and demonstrating your commitment to accessibility and your local community. Several local businesses now offer Recharge points, including:

  • MatchWorks - 3 Dromana Avenue, Airport West
  • Milleara Shopping Centre - cnr Milleara Rd & Buckley Street, Keilor East
  • Moonee Ponds Central - 14-16 Hall Street, Moonee Ponds
  • Sam's Cafe - 344 Keilor Road, Niddrie

We are interested to work with more local businesses to further expand the Recharge scheme. Please view the fact sheet to learn how your business can get involved.  

Recharge Scheme - fact sheet for business 

Recharge Scheme - fact sheet for business (accessible version) 

For more information on the Recharge scheme or to enquire about providing a Recharge point in your business, contact our MetroAccess Project Officer on 9243 1405 or at

Last updated: Monday, 1 April 2019, 5:59 AM