A TravelScoot with FOUR Wheels
An interesting item of news about the Travelscoot from our agent is that for SYDNEY (Australia) customers who wish to use it on Public Transport, changes had to be made, for it is now mandatory for all “scooters” (baby carriages and all) to have FOUR wheels. The front wheel is now being offered with two (twin) wheels. This also is said to make the Travelscoot a little more stable (it is said). This, of course is offered for the client’s decision, but at an additional $AU200.
Any experience with Allure of the Seas?
In May we are off again to your fair country, which involves Las Vegas (of course!) to take in a few shows and a Globus tour along the Eastern part of the States and Canada, finishing in New York. Part of our journey also involves 2 x back to back 7 day cruises to the Western and Eastern Caribbean on the “Allure of the Seas”. We believe that this is quite a “humungous” ship and which we are really looking forward to. Has any of our tri-cycled gang ever done a cruise on this ship and/or visited its ports and can they give us any ideas of what to look out for (and what to be careful of or miss?)
How do you transport your TravelScoot?
I find that transporting my scooter in the bag provided, whilst travelling, can sometimes be a little precarious, for non of the modes....air or ship, still seem a little dodgy, even though we have FRAGILE posted all over the bag. We have looked at golf bags, but they don’t seem rigid enough or long enough.