By default, all TravelScoot mobility scooters include the 252 wh battery in the price. The Escape is TravelScoot's most popular model. With its robust wheels, powerful motor, and faster speed, the Escape allows riders to get away from it all. This heirloom scooter is built to last generations. This is an ultra lightweight electric mobility scooter for just about anyone looking to escape their limitations.
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Additional battery info: (mileage depends on rider weight and terrain)
151wh (3 lbs, 5-8 miles per charge)
252wh (3.5 lbs, 8-15 miles per charge)
420wh (5.5 lbs, 13-22 miles per charge
Maximum Unfolded Height
Length 29 or 34 (w/ front wheel)
Please allow up to 10 days for delivery.
EXPRESS WARRANTY: Each TravelScoot is covered by our 2-year warranty starting from the delivery date. The warranty does not cover normal wear-and-tear or use by persons weighing more than 350 lbs. This limited warranty is the sole warranty for the TravelScoot. The only uses for the TravelScoot are described in the manual. WARRANTY TERMS: The limited warranty extends only to the original owner and is not transferable. This limited warranty covers all parts of the TravelScoot and is effective under the following conditions: The product is completely and correctly assembled. The product is used under normal conditions and for its intended purpose. The product receives all necessary maintenance and adjustments. The TravelScoot electric mobility scooter is designed for general transportation and recreational use only. This limited warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, normal maintenance items, nor any damage, failure, or loss caused by improper assembly, maintenance, adjustment, storage, or use of the TravelScoot. This limited warranty is void if the product is ever (a) used in any manner contrary to the instructions in the Owner’s Manual, (b) modified in any way, (c) ridden by more than one person at a time, (d) the unit is used for commercial purposes (rental, public use, etc.), (e) or operated with a battery or charger not supplied by TravelScoot. TravelScoot USA Inc. is not liable for incidental or consequential loss nor damage, due directly or indirectly, from the use of this product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this may not apply to you. The TravelScoot is warranted for two years from the date of delivery. The manufacturer will replace, without charge to you, any component found to be defective within the warranty period. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State. BATTERY WARRANTY: Full replacement for the first 12 months. Afterwards, the customer pays 8.33% of the new price value for each of the 12 months remaining thereafter. TravelScoot USA Inc. will pay for warranty-related shipping within the first 60 days after delivery of the original purchase, provided the return shipment is packed in the original packaging. We strongly recommend that you retain the original shipping box for the TravelScoot at least for the duration of the warranty period.
The TravelScoot was designed for individuals who can walk unaided but experience walking and/or standing fatigue or discomfort. As a three-wheeled device, it is expected that riders are able to sit upright and maneuver around corners at safe speeds. Acceleration into corners, turning at high speeds, or turning on steep inclines may cause the TravelScoot to tip over. If this occurs, riders should be able to put their feet down to steady the scooter. If you are unable to do any of the actions above safely, the TravelScoot may not be right for you.
The TravelScoot is equipped with one or two hand brakes and does not have automatic safety brakes. Customers should possess a moderate level of hand strength to use the brakes.
The TravelScoot handles inclines better than any mobility scooter in its class. It is necessary that when approaching an incline that the rider leans forward initially as to avoid tipping backwards.