Pride Mobility Go-Go Elite Traveller 3-Wheel Travel Mobility Scooter Review
In terms of mobility scooters, it can often be difficult to find the right fit for you. It’s not at all uncommon for a scooter to have some of the features you want, but to be missing out on one or more key components that you consider necessary. The Pride Mobility, in my opinion, offers a break from this frustrating cycle, as I believe that it has all of the necessary features for most people while also having some nice selling points in the form of additional features. Here are a few of its most appealing qualities!
The first and arguably most important part of the Pride Mobility scooter is its frame design. It offers a very simple and yet highly effective frame design that I think gives it a distinct advantage over many of its competitors.
For example, the frame can be disassembled into 5 pieces (all of which are lightweight and easy to put back together) which allows for very easy and convenient transportation. This means that if you need to take apart the scooter and move it somewhere else, you have a great means to do so with no headache or hassles.
Additionally, the frame has an all around sturdy and properly built design, so you don’t have to worry about shoddy craftsmanship or any other common concerns for other mobility scooters.
Another very promising feature for the Pride Mobility scooter is its lockup mechanism. Several mobility scooters on the market have poor or downright absent lockup mechanisms which can provide a serious concern in terms of safety and protection. This is not the case for this particular scooter, which offers a lockup mechanism right out the gate.
The lockup mechanism is auto-latching, which is a neat little addition that you might not be used to seeing in other mobility scooters. It also permits frame separation with one hand, so you need not worry about whether or not it will provide that feature for you.
Overall, the lockup mechanism for the Pride Mobility scooter is definitely of a higher quality and could be a determining factor in your decision of whether or not to purchase the scooter.
Finally, there is the front seat, which has several appealing characteristics. For one, the front seat is frame-mounted. This allows for a degree of stability that other scooters often don’t provide, or at least don’t provide very well. You can travel without any worries that the scooter might be unbalanced or unable to support you while you move.
In other words, if you are worried about how stable and solid the front seat of your scooter is going to be, the Pride Mobility is not a product you need to have any concerns about. Because of its frame-mounted nature, it inherently allows for a high degree of stability. You don’t have to have any concerns about whether or not it will be able to properly support you when travelling with it.
|Model||Go-Go Elite Traveller 3-Wheel|
|Front Tires||2" x 8" Solid|
|Rear Tires||2.5" x 8" Solid|
|Maximum Speed*||Up to 4 mph|
|Overall Width of Base**||19.5"|
|Seat-to-Ground Height Range||18.25"-20.25"|
|Seat Type||Compact, Foldable (17"x17")|
|Seat-to-Deck Height Range||15.75"-17.25"|
|Battery Weight||9 lbs. each
(Battery pack is 18 lbs. with 12AH batteries)
14 lbs. each
(18 AH battery pack weighs 29.5 lbs.)
|Battery Requirements||(2)12AH or (2)18AH|
|Maximum Range Per Charge*||Up to 10 (18AH)|
|Battery Charger||Off-board, 2A|
|Maximum Weight Capacity||300 lbs.|
|Standard Body Colors||Red and blue interchangeable shroud panels|
|Weight of Heaviest Piece**||29 lbs. (Rear Section)|
|Medicare Code Coverage||K0800 - Group 1 Standard|
|Warranty||Lifetime limited on frame;
2-Year limited on Electronics;
2-Year limited on Drivetrain