A lightweight portable scooter that automatically folds when a button on the side of the seat is pressed. It has pneumatic tyres and the folded scooter has a pull out handle and small luggage wheels to assist it being pulled along. It is available in three colours and has a protective cover .
Caution: Load Capacity for Mobility Scooters
The load capacity of a scooter may change according to the type of ground the scooter is used on. The supplier stated load capacity may have been given for a scooter that has been tested on flat ground. However, the scooter’s load capacity, performance and stability may change when the scooter is used on an incline. These factors, including the maximum gradient on which a scooter should be safely used, should be discussed with the supplier.
Powered Scooters - safety advice for use
Test you can drive the power scooter safely and with ease before buying it. Check local power scooter road rules and follow them. Only drive in areas scooter is designed for.
This item should be trialled in the user's own environment to ensure maximum safety and independence. Environmental considerations include e.g.: kerbs, footpaths, tram and railway crossings, street crossings, etc.
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Di Blasi: Folding travel scooter
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 100 kg
- Weight Overall 22.1 kg (plus battery)
- Height Overall 550 mm (Folded)
- Width Overall 650 mm (Folded)
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|Supplier Code||Price & Price Notes||Hire?||Repair?||Availability|
|R30||4400.0 - 0.0 (Hire for $50 per week )||yes||yes||On shelf|
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