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patricia l. from greer, sc (caregiver)
A 84-year-old man with walking disability the scooter helps him get around when we go out.
Very compact and fits in our trunk. It is easy for my husband to drive.
It is heavy and a little hard for us to lift it into the trunk, but we will work on that ! We roll it in on the front wheels . Caps on the back of the seat have popped off twice !
Reviewed on 12/29/2016
ruth d. from livingston, tx
I am a 70 year old female with problems walking and standing.
Maneuverability comfort and stability.
Requires someone to put in and out of your vehicle because of the weight.
Reviewed on 12/26/2016
geraldine w. from yuma, az
76 year old male, very difficult time with walking, uses it every day. Has been disabled since 1984 and has used 2 other models of electric carts.
Only that it folds and can be transported for short distances
Uncomfortable, not enough distance on the battery and too small for me
Reviewed on 10/22/2016
edward t. from north adams, ma
Reviewed on 10/09/2016
bruce d. from monroe, nj (caregiver)
Well made and works as designed. Would have liked a basket for the price. The weight is 56 lbs with the LION battery.
1 piece folding
Still heavy for a person who has disabilities.
Reviewed on 09/24/2016
karen l. from toledo, oh
Post polio. Uses crutches for short distance.
I couldn't find anything positive about it
Can only be used with a physically fit person present
Reviewed on 09/08/2016
brenda f. from roselle park, nj
Female, age 61, retired disability, back and neck problems who can't walk long distances purchased scooter for trips to malls, parks, boardwalk, etc.
The Go Go Folding scooter is perfect for local traveling to malls, on vacation, or to theme parks where a lot of walking is required. It is light weight enough to fold and place in the trunk of your car in under a minute!
When opened from folding, you have to push back on the seat pretty hard to lock it open, or it could start to fold on you while seated in it. Also, some of the hardware i.e., horn button and chair back buttons come loose with traveling. It should have it's own case to protect these items from rolling around in the trunk.
Reviewed on 09/04/2016
phyllis j. from paso robles, ca
Age 85 leg and feet problems, but still walk a block or two
Easy to use and very good turning, very stable.
Just a little too heavy.
Reviewed on 08/21/2016
billy y. from huntsville, al
Problem walking Age 85
Reviewed on 08/10/2016
alfred b. from long beach, ny
TO HEAVY TO LIFT INTO TRUNK OF CAR !!
Reviewed on 08/08/2016