Go-Go Elite Traveller Plus Scooter
Standard 18AH batteries for a longer distance per charge.
A perfect way to get around if you have issues in walking
great alternative for getting a disabled person out and about
The seat is limited to height adjustments for someone who is tall.
joanne h. from harlingen, tx
the Scooter is used for trips to areas where walking is required for more than 50 ft.
No problems so far
Good turning radius and clearance.
Location of battery charger port, under seat.
robert h. from bluffton, sc
76 yr old man (5'10" & 165 lb) with progressive MS who relies almost exclusively on a scooter.
Had problems from day one, makes a clicking sound and the...
It is easy to use.
anthony g. from canton, mi (caregiver)
My wife is the user because she has MS. She has trouble walking by herself and stumbles and falls.
Recommend only if the user is 35 years old and hearty.
Smooth riding and safe.
Too heavy to handle as easily as brochure describes.
elizabeth h. from coarsegold, ca
Not able to walk without assistance. Scooter is wonderful but very unwieldly. When it comes apart, no part of it is a mere 35 lbs. So much trouble
A great energy saver.
Smooth ride and great flexibility and no back-up horn. That would really upset the workplace.
The cupholder has to be mounted to an arm and I don't use the arms.
susan w. from fort mill, sc
I am a large senior woman who is still working. I have an arthritic knee and walking hurts.
Not as advertised in catalog
robert y. from hillsboro, or
OK if you have someone to help you in and out.
Quiet, Easy to steer, Controls easy to use for backup and going forward, The use of pins to put together very good, not too heavy and manageable.
It feels flimsy, only works on a smooth flat hard surface, the "off road" advertisement is totally wrong, it turns sharply enough to easily tip over if going at a medium speed, the expansion cracks in the street give the rider a terrible bounce at slow or medium speed, if you have even a small step into or out of the house you need a second person or ramps to egress or access the house, the arms do not fit through normal doorways and there is no tool to put the cup holder on the arm. In short, this is OK for flat hard surfaces, it will bog down and dig in soft dirt and rocky paths.
william c. from reno, nv (caregiver)
Female, 250lbs, 5'4", 59 years old, Homebound due to walking and balance issues.
Very useful to help me get around the yard.
Ease of use in getting in small places. Long battery life and simplicity of use.
It is a little light for use on the gravely surfaces that I have to go on.
roger w. from yuma, az
Ok for immediate needs, but need re-design
Power, compact-ness, ability to turn in small areas, portability.
The handles with the controls "inside" of them are awkward - and can cause the scooter to go out of control when reaching to lift yourself onto the scooter itself if not turned off. The beeper is not protected when folding down the scooter -- the design makes it very vulnerable to breakage (which, it did the first time I took it out of the box). Brand new out of the box = broken beeper.
doreen s. from the woodlands, tx (caregiver)
Husband is 46 years old, has MS, little to no use of his legs and one side of his entire body (including arm/hand).
Developed noise in wheel immediately
Noise in Left wheel after about 6 hours of use.
ralph s. from san jose, ca
Unable to Walk
had a tendency to tilt on an even ground, and when the bus...
compact and battery lasted the whole day at the park.
location of the plug for charging. might tip on an even ground and when the bus turns.
mary lee m. from marysville, wa
battery to damm hard to remove!
BATTERY TO DAMMM HARD TO REMOVE FROM THE SCOOTER. I'M PRETTY STRONG AND I HAVE A HELL OF A TIME GETTING IT OUT OF THE STUPID VELCROED POCKET. I REMOVED THE VELCRO BOTTONS BUT IT'S STILL HARD TO GET OUT. THEY CAN'T REALY EXPECT OLDER PEOPLE TO REMOVE IT.....
john r. from taylorsville, ut