Monday, 9 September 2019

Does the Travelscoot Have Reverse?

The older travelscoots (prior to 2013) didn't have reverse but the later models of the mobility scooter do.

Previously you had to put both feet on the ground and push the Travelscoot backwards. Because the 'scoot is lightweight this was not too much of an issue for some people, but having reverse is helpful for those less physically able.

As you can see the forward and reverse mechanism is located on the left side of the handlebar just above the red on/off button.

Friday, 6 September 2019

Travelscoot Assembly Instructions

The video below shows a Travelscoot being unboxed and assembled.

Although the Travelscoot Deluxe Junior mobility scooter is smaller than the Travelscoot being demonstrated here, the assembly is essentially the same as for the full-size deluxe model.

The video's very helpful especially the section where Tony from Travelscoot USA mentions the difference in the sides of the yoke, one being slimmer than the other.

Additionally, the seat yoke is smaller on the Travelscoot Junior and the battery stands up-right. Also the red caddy is slightly shorter.