They're not what you'd usually expect when you think of mobility scooters but these bizarre buggies are the real deal – for those with a sense of fun.
The fleet of novelty wheels are made by disability services firm Orchard Mobility of Taunton, Somerset, and includes a three-seater "stretch" limo, an Eddie Stobart-inspired scooter and a police panda car.
Orchard Mobility's Anwar Watson, said they could sell for anything from £200 to £2,000 plus.
"We take commissions and costs vary – depending on what's involved," he said. "Our current fleet of scooters are mainly used by us at various shows we do with the police and the local road safety partnership. But they are also available to anyone that wants to buy a custom scooter."