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rachel t. from saco, me
I am a disabled senior who uses the scooter to get around when there is a lot of walking involved.
The stability of the scooter which allows me the feeling of safety and not tipping over on uneven ground.
Don't know of any
Reviewed on 10/21/2016
alan k. from stewartstown, pa
I am a 58 year amputee..lost my right leg.
Its comfortable easy to use and easy to break it down to put in car .
Wish it went a little further and a bit faster on a charge
Reviewed on 09/23/2016
joseph w. from zephyrhills, fl
Post-Polio Syndrome has affected my ability and stamina to walk or stand without some kind of aid.
The light and tiller charging port are good additions. The quality is fantastic. Second Go Go scooter. The seat and foot space is much better than my Elite. I think the Go Go Traveler Elite is the better of the two. Maybe it is because I'm more familiar with it after almost five years.
The controls aren't as good as my Elite. Kind of sluggish and it take longer to stop when you release the control.
Reviewed on 09/21/2016
recco r. from waterbury, ct
Hi my name is Recco I'm 5'10" and I need the Pride Go Go Scooter to get around out doors more my disability is my back I've had Cervical Surgery.
Ease of use and that it can be easily taken apart.
Parts heavier than expected.
Reviewed on 09/15/2016
steve y. from carlsbad, nm
Retired USN Submarine Sailor. Disabled Veteran. Cannot walk.
Suspension system and turning radius
Seat comfort needs improvement and could always use more speed and distance
Reviewed on 08/25/2016
thomas k d. from lewisville, co
65-year old male with post polio syndrome. Can walk but have no stamina.
Needs a back-up beeper with a cut-off switch on the tiller.
Reviewed on 08/06/2016
bill r. from helena, mt (caregiver)
92 year old woman of limited mobility
Easy assembly, quality parts, easy to use, well packaged
Packaging disposal; can't accessorize for both oxygen bottle and walker
Reviewed on 08/06/2016
robert r. from houston, tx (caregiver)
Joan born 3/5/37 cannot walk very far and uses crutches. Was in a car accident when she was 17.
Reviewed on 07/11/2016
darel n. from bakersfield, ca
72 year old male. Can't walk, weight 260 lbs.
Easy to ride, larger foot space, much easier to re-charge, nicer look to it, has more colors to pick from (I like the yellow) and Pride makes the best travel scooter there is.
Change the speed from 4.4 to 5.4. It's a little slow but gets you there in style. Have a larger basket option- I fill the small up too fast with groceries.
Reviewed on 06/23/2016
bonnie s. from sioux falls, sd (caregiver)
The suspension is real good its not pokey. It moves really fine, my husband felt safe.
So far nothing, and the way its built don't look for any for some time.
Reviewed on 06/03/2016