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Three wheel scooters have just one wheel in the front, which provides a better turning radius and are easier to use indoors. Four wheel scooters provide more stability and are easier to use outdoors.
Travel scooters are lighter and easier to transport. Standard scooters are heavier and more stable. Standard scooters have a longer battery life than travel scooters. Travel scooters are less expensive and have a lower weight capacity.
Heavy Duty scooters are built with a higher weight capacity than other scooters. Most Heavy Duty scooters can support up to 500 lbs.
Scooter batteries will generally last between one and two years. This depends on the terrain, daily usage amount, charging routine, and the user’s weight.
The battery life depends on the type of scooter. Standard and Heavy Duty scooters will typically last between 20 and 30 miles per charge. The battery life will also depend on the weight of the user and the terrain.
If the battery gets too low, the lights on the battery indicator may begin flashing. The battery indicator is located at the top of the controller panel on the arm of the unit.
If your unit is new, the first few charges require 10-14 hours. After that, your unit will require 8-10 hours (overnight) of charging for average daily use. If your unit goes a whole week without use, we recommend that you charge it 8-10 hours.