Pride Travel Pro 3-Wheel
chris l. from bonney lake, wa (caregiver)
92 years old and walking is getting difficult. She loves it because it allows her to participate where she would not have before.
Mobility to the immobile.
Don't see any.
Reviewed on 10/24/2016
daniel h. from pinellas park, fl (caregiver)
Wife has Parkinsons. The turning radius is handy in our small home. She uses device when she freezes up.
Turning. Easy to assemble / disassemble.
At this time none found.
Reviewed on 10/23/2016
joseph r. from islip terrace, ny
l am 81 years old, had a heart attack and cannot do much walking. The scooter is a great thing for me, roughly 10 minutes at a time
Ease of use.
Reviewed on 10/15/2016
jerry b. from brandywine, md (caregiver)
65 year old female with limited mobility. She loves it! Gets around wherever we go now, she can keep up. I like the break down an light weight easy.
Easy to carry in car. I like the break down. It is light weight and easy.
If any maybe be careful on how fast you turn.
Reviewed on 10/13/2016
Battery container gross. Charger conection should be on steer colum.
hans w. from port charlotte, fl
95 and 1/2 year old with not so good knees anymore. Use scooter in house & taking on cruise.
Compact & and turning radius & better seat than Go Go.
Battery compartment and location of charger connection. Also start up speed is a little fast even for me.
Reviewed on 10/12/2016
sharon s. from everett, wa
Needed help to get me around when loaner scooters weren't available. I hadn't been to a mall in about 4 yrs. not so now....1st place we went!
Portability and price.
Reviewed on 10/12/2016
gary s. from casagrande, az (caregiver)
For visiting neighbors and freedom to ride on the sidewalks.
Easiness of operation
The low clearance is a hinderence in getting over entry doors and curbs. One inch higher would help a lot.
Reviewed on 10/02/2016
karl f. from thornton, co
Has COPD, is 76 years of age is on Oxygen 24/7.
Use it to try to keep a life going. seems to be built pretty good
It lacks power to go up a slight slope. Possibly needs to have about 2-3 more horsepower would be sufficient!
Reviewed on 09/30/2016
melvyn c. from jacksonville, fl
I am 83 years old and suffer from severe COPD and also have a back problem.
It has nice curb appeal. I use the scooter to travel back and forth to our club house for activities.
I keep thinking that It's going to topple over. I have to sit on one side to feel balanced.
Reviewed on 09/29/2016
delores h. from silsbee, tx
I am a 71 year old female that has been classified as disabled since 2002. I have used a walker for 2 years+ in order to stay mobile.
The ease of transporting this scooter - fits into the trunk of a Nissan Altima!
At this point, I do not find any weaknesses in this product.
Reviewed on 09/27/2016