The Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller is a sophisticated new modern design from ‘Pride Travel Scooter Range’; the Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller LX mobility scooter offers luxurious features and convenient functionality like a wraparound delta tiller with a high-level charging port, LED kerb light and a large storage basket together with a compact, easy to transport design. Sleek styling complements the Go-Go Elite Traveller LX’s abundant features making it an exceptional travel mobility choice.
Pride’s exclusive black non-scuffing tyres with tri-spoke wheels
- Auto-connecting front to rear cable
- Includes three sets of easily change able coloured panels in 3 exciting colours – red, blue and silver
- The front frame-mounted seat post offers maximum stability
- All-new frame design easily disassembles into five super light weight pieces for convenient transport and storage
- Modular design for easy serviceability
- Microprocessor-based controller offers optimal power management and added safety features Standard front tiller-mounted basket included
- Removable deck basket for additional storage (4-wheel only)
- A convenient off-board dual voltage charger can charge the battery pack on-board or off-board
- Battery packs contain 2 x 12-volt batteries to power the 24-volt system, optional 18Ah battery pack
What is a mobility scooter?
A mobility scooter is an electric vehicle that can provide a simple and affordable way of getting out and about independently if you have mobility problems. A typical mobility scooter looks a bit like the ATTO Sport but functions more like a cross between a motorised wheelchair and a motor scooter. However, they travel much more slowly than motor scooters, with maximum speeds of 8 mph for road scooters or 4 mph on pavements. Although there are different types available, all mobility scooters have bike-style steering (a ‘tiller’) to direct the wheels, large padded upright seats and simple controls. They are powered by batteries.
Who is a mobility scooter suitable for?
Mobility scooters can be ideal if you have limited mobility but still want to be able to visit friends and family nearby, do your shopping or get around town without relying on others to help you get around. They’re suitable if you have a good sitting balance, the ability to step on and off, adequate eyesight and a good memory. However, if you have problems with any of the above, or if you have a medical condition that is likely to change, this might not be the best solution for you.
Don’t hesitate to contact one of our team members to get a quote or advice.