Our house has some narrow hallways and sharp right-angle corners. We needed a chair that can turn on a dime and can navigate the tight spaces we have. The EZ-GO is perfect. It's also a comfortable chair, and my short wife is happy she can easily reach the floor with her feet!
Too early to tell how it will hold up. I'm a bit concerned about the light plastic body considering that my wife is always crashing the chair into furniture and the walls. But the most serious issue is that the chair has five speeds (and fast is really fast) and it is far too easy to accidentally change speeds without even knowing that you did it.
mark b. from tucson, az (caregiver)
My wife is in her mid 60s; she's relatively petite at 5'1". She has Parkinson's and recently suffered an accident that has left her wheelchair-boun