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Scooter may refer to:



Human or gravity powered[edit]

  • Kick scooter, propelled by a standing rider pushing off the ground
  • Knee scooter, a mobility device used as an alternative to the traditional crutch
  • Eccentric-hub scooter, propelled by a standing rider making a bouncing motion



  • Ace Scooter, an American aircraft that was designed for homebuilt construction
  • Air scooter, a theoretical ultralight helicopter designed by the AirScooter Corporation
  • "Scooter", one of the nicknames for the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, a ground-attack aircraft
  • Sopwith Scooter, an unarmed parasol monoplane derivative of the Sopwith Camel
  • SCOOTER, Scoot airline call sign


  • Bay scooter or ice scooter, a vehicle for quick travel across water, ice or snow
  • Diving scooter, an item of diving equipment used by scuba and rebreather divers to increase range underwater
  • Water scooter, a recreational watercraft

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Books and magazines[edit]





  • Scooter (bird), the scoter, a groups of stocky seaducks in the genus Melanitta
  • Scooter (cat), the world's oldest known male cat (tomcat)
  • Water scooters, Gerridae a family of true bugs in the order Hemiptera



  • Scooter Berry (born 1986), professional football player
  • Scooter Braun or Brown (born 1981), American talent manager, businessman, and promoter
  • Lloyd L. Burke (1924–1999), U.S. Army soldier nicknamed "Scooter"
  • Scooter Gennett (born 1990), American baseball player
  • Scooter Libby (born 1950), former adviser to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney
  • Scooter Magruder (born 1988), American YouTube personality, actor, comedian, and new media consultant
  • Scooter McCray (born 1960), American professional basketball player
  • Ray (Scooter) McLean (1915–1964), football player and coach
  • Scooter Molander (born 1966), American football player
  • Phil Rizzuto (1917–2007), American Hall-of-Fame Major League Baseball shortstop and sports announcer nicknamed "the Scooter"
  • Eddie "Scooter" Tucker (born 1966), American former Major League Baseball catcher
  • Scooter Ward (born 1970), American musician, lead singer of the rock band Cold
  • Young Scooter (born 1986), stage name of rapper Edward Bailey

Other uses[edit]

  • Scooter (skirt), a pair of shorts with a fabric panel resembling a skirt covering the front
  • Scooter pie, a confection which consists of two round graham cracker cookies, with marshmallow filling in the center, dipped in a flavored coating
  • Scooter (cat), American cat, Guinness feline longevity record holder
  • SCOOTER, the callsign for the airline Scoot

See also[edit]