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Go-Go Elite Traveller 3-Wheel Mobility Scooter

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  • Disassembles in less than 60 seconds
  • Quick assembly battery pack
  • Red, blue and silver color panels included
  • Dis-assembles for easy transport
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Pride Mobility Go-Go Elite 3-Wheel Scooter The new Go-Go Elite Scooter offers unbeatable ease of transport, tight space maneuverability, and gives you the versatility to change its color, and your style, in a snap with interchangeable shroud panels (Red, Blue, and Silver). The Go-Go Elite Traveller's compact size allows it to negotiate narrow hallways and tight spaces while also providing stable outdoor performance. Take the guesswork out of travel with ultra-simple assembly and disassembly plus impressive performance. It quickly and conveniently disassembles into five light weight pieces that fit into car trunks, closets and other small spaces. The Go-Go Elite breaks down into 5 easy-to-transport pieces. With the heaviest piece only weighing 28 pounds, virtually anyone can load and unload the Go-Go. Pride Go-Go Elite Travel Mobility Scooter Specifications

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  • Product Dimensions: 39.8 x 19.2 inches ; 75 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 120 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001D0ZWLS
  • Item model number: SC40E
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,112 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Perry J. Vacha on October 2, 2010
I was trying to find a good reliable scooter that was both versatile and easy to use. After extensive research of customer reviews, the Go-Go e;ite t traveler appeared to be the hands-down winner. I contacted my approved supplier, was given more good feedback, and ultimately ordered the scooter. About 2 weeks after I got it, the power indicator stopped working. The tech person from my supplier came out and replaced it for me right away. A couple of weeks later, the scooter started surging, intermittently speeding up and slowing down, and twice it just stopped dead (one time in the middle of crossing a busy street). I called and my supplier had an outside service company,HME Repair Team, come out to look at it, but they could not find the problem. Shortly after that, the transaxel started making a clicking soun which got worse every day. HME came out and determined that the transaxel was defective, ordered a new one, and installed it. About 2 weeks later the noise returned. This time the repai company asked to take it to the shop for a computer bench test. They left me with a loaner power chair (not a scooter) and took it in. After several days they did not get back tome with a report, and would not call me back at all. About two weeks went by with no news until I recieved an e-mail. I was told that the tires were defective and that they would replace them. This type of thing went on for 2 MONTHS until they finally returned the scooter and was told that they ultimately had to replace not only the tires, but another new transaxel, motor, speed pot,and throttel. Believe it or not I only had it back for 1DAY and the surging started again, and then the motor/transaxel assembly broke loose from one of the bolts that hold it to the frame. Needless to say, I am once again without my scooter.Read more ›
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By roger on February 27, 2011
I bought this scooter for my dad. Unfortunately, he was only able to use it briefly in his house before he died. I then tried to use it for transportation around the hanger area at my local airport. The scooter, from the beginning, would surge, stop only after a few feet, may or may not start again after turning the key on and off. It might run for ten minutes and then just quit. It would quit if going over a small bump. Sometimes it would not start at all for a day or two. I called for warranty service while still under warranty. Of course while it was being tested, it ran just fine, no problem noted. Well, it's long out of warranty, little use, very undependable. I thought mine was an isolated case. My neighbor has one. I described my problems to him. His has exactly the same issues. He took it on a cruise ship and said it frequently left him stranded in the middle of a corridor. He can't walk. Anyhow, when it works, it is a good little scooter. It is easy to take apart and transport. The batteries, although left unattended for months at a time charge right away and have good strength. However, it is totally undependable. And, apparently this is not the only one. It doesn't get used because it won't run. I can't sell it because it won't run and can't tell what is wrong with it.

Update: After five years of occasional effort to find what was causing the issues with this scooter, the problem may have been discovered. The battery box has three exposed prong connectors that, when sitting the battery down and onto the machine, extend into three receptacles. As part of the previous efforts to determine what was causing the scooter to just quit frequently, this battery connector area had been examined closely and appeared to be just fine.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Chris on April 6, 2012
This is the most amazing & helpful scooter. I broke my leg & was struggling w/a walker & cane. It was so painful because I have a bad knee on the leg that wasn't broken & trying to move the broken leg each time would send a stream of pain up & down the leg. It was agony each time I had to go to the bathroom & then try to get back to the couch/daybed. So I saw the electric scooters/shoppers at the grocery store & thought, what about that. I researched & found this model & got 1. My husband was yelling that it would never do because we have a smalll 2 story house with not alot of room because he thought it would be as large as the grocery store scooter. When we got it though, we were so pleased because it is not that big, not much larger than a wheel chair. I was having excruciating muscle cramps in my calves in both legs & the doctor said I needed to drink more water. I was puzzled because I have always been a big water drinker, then I realized I had cut down on my water intake so I wouldn't have to go to the bathroom & experience all that pain. Now my scooter takes me from the living room to the hallway bathroom, then to the kitchen, then to the dining room with my computer on the table, then back to the living room, it is fantastic! Also, it is very easy to charge up, just take the cord, plug it into the scooter on the battery & plug it into the wall. When the light turns green, it is charged. It also has a basket in the front, where I can transport a few items or clothes. It has changed my whole attitude! No longer am I that helpless creature in pain all the time, dependent on my husband to get me this or get me that. As long as it is downstairs, I can get it myself & carry it back to where I want it.Read more ›
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