The A70 is a four wheeled powered scooter suitable for outdoor use. It features a solid high back, leather seats and adjustable headrest. It has higher ground clearance compared to the smaller models in the range (A30, A40, A50). Available in three colours - blue, red and silver.
Caution: Load Capacity for Mobility Scooters
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.
2 year warranty frame; 1 year warranty other parts
- Active Scooters - Large Mobility Scooter A70 - https://activescooters.com.au/products/large-mobility-scooter-model-a70/
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Active Mobility A70: One Model Only
- Weight of Battery Pack 34 mg
- Turning Radius 1758 mm
- Speed 10 kph (Maximum)
- Range (distance) 50 km
- Climbing Grade (angle) 15 degrees (Maximum)
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 150 kg
- Weight Overall 145 kg
- Width Overall 680 mm
- Length Overall 1550 mm
- Height Overall 1280 mm
- Weight of Heaviest Part 89 kg (Base weight)
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
Transport and Dismantling
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|Supplier Code||Price & Price Notes||Hire?||Repair?||Availability|
|A70||3350.0 (RRP $4640)||unknown||unknown||On shelf|
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