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Old 08-24-2015, 02:47 PM   #15
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Ditto on the nanny state. It's like entering a communist country. Everything is against the law... and you paid for it!

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Old 08-24-2015, 05:46 PM   #16
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Have looked into a SegWay ? they can be bought for 3,000 used

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Old 08-24-2015, 06:23 PM   #17
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Have looked into a SegWay ? they can be bought for 3,000 used
Segway is a great solution but....

. They are difficult to transport. You will need a Segway rack or a hitch platform and a ramp. They are too heavy and wide to get into the MH.

. Distance can be up to 24 miles depending on your weight, how you ride, and tempurate. I can get 12 or so miles on terrain and up to about 16 miles on level ground. The battery distance has not substantially deteriorated over 7 years.

. You need to check state and local laws on where you can ride them. WA says I can ride on the sidewalk but not on school grounds. Seattle doesn't allow them in City parks. Oregon state parks do not allow them.

While it is a huge amount of fun, for practical transportation with the MH, I would look at a high quality folding electric bike. They will go about the same distance and speed (12 mph), cost a bunch less, and easier to transport.
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If you can ride a bike, then a quality electric bike might work. The ones made in the USA are pricey, but this one is high quality, fast at 20 mph, has a 40 mile range, weighs 58 lbs and folds, so storage is easy. And you can get as much of a workout as you want.


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