Read about my experience as a supersize woman using a TravelScoot. Mine only weighs 35 lbs!
Good reason to bubble wrap your throttle and battery indicator. Look where these are laying.
Or you could use the protective cover that comes with the travel bag if you have it. I'd also drop the handle bars to their lowest position. I can just see the throttle and battery indicator getting caught on something because it's sticking up (or sideways)!
Dean, where is your battery?
I always take my battery off and carry it in my bag...you are right..I should put the protective cover on it and will from now on.The battery at $795 is too valuable to leave attached..ha ha...
You just don't know how much I appreciate this photo. I'm flying to San Francisco in a couple of weeks and it's made me totally rethink how I prepare my scooter for flight. Can you imagine if you had left the battery with it? It'd be hanging off the back by the electrical connection.
Well, believe it or not it helps to 'talk' to the handler who is going to take your scooter down. I always tell them "Hey, this thing weighs 34 pounds and saves my life...be gentle" and then I limp off to the plane with the knowledge that person to person I've done what i can for my little machine. Now I am thinking I want to put the bigger motor on with the chain so I can make bigger ramps.....ha ha.....suppose I will need a helmet next time
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