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Gadget Man 06-12-2015 10:47 PM

Electric Scooter Recommendations?
 
Iím considering buying myself an electric scooter for cruising around campgrounds and such. Iím not referring to a four-wheeled mobility scooter, but rather a two-wheeled scooter similar to a Vespa, but with an electric motor. Any recommendations?

Craig

Rockwood27 06-13-2015 05:35 AM

How many CG allow "cruising" around on any type of 2
wheeled device?

pasdad1 06-13-2015 05:42 AM

Read this other thread on exactly the same topic.

http://www.irv2.com/forums/f50/electric-scooters-while-rving-248995.html

ahicks 06-13-2015 06:36 AM

Anything's possible, but I'm struggling with the thought of somebody bothering a senior about the scooter he's riding.

A teenager circling the camp for hours on end might be another story....

Triker56 06-13-2015 07:01 AM

Amazon has all types of scooters.
Do you want a stand up or sit down to ride?

FORTRIDER 06-13-2015 08:49 AM

scooters
 
While not a scooter but more of a motorcycle check out Zero's. Fast becoming an industry leader in electrics.

Gadget Man 06-13-2015 10:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pasdad1 (Post 2601268)
Read this other thread on exactly the same topic.
http://www.irv2.com/forums/showthread.php?t=248995

I will, thanks!



Quote:

Originally Posted by Triker56 (Post 2601348)
Amazon has all types of scooters.
Do you want a stand up or sit down to ride?

Sit down. As I said, something similar to a Vespa. I'll check out Amazon, thanks.



Quote:

Originally Posted by Rockwood27 (Post 2601264)
How many CG allow "cruising" around on any type of 2
wheeled device?

Just about everywhere I've ever visited. They frown on loud motorcycles and ATV's, but electric vehicles such as golf carts and scooters are widely accepted, but there's always that "one" camper who will complain regardless...

rollingslow 06-13-2015 10:30 AM

Try looking at superior motorsports web site they sell several people parked next to me have 2 and love them

Gadget Man 06-13-2015 11:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rollingslow (Post 2601630)
Try looking at superior motorsports web site they sell several people parked next to me have 2 and love them


Thanks for the tip. Looking at their website, I'm now thinking an electric bike may be more practical. It would be easier to get in/out of the bed of my truck and I could pedal power it if I run out of juice.

CampingCajun 06-13-2015 11:53 AM

A few weeks ago there was a couple who were each riding a Segway.

Vectraguy 06-15-2015 09:14 PM

check out saferwholesale.com, (they have a store in Michigan I think) But they do have some sweet deals on electric bicycles and scooters.

Beak12 06-19-2015 05:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gadget Man (Post 2601132)
I’m considering buying myself an electric scooter for cruising around campgrounds and such. I’m not referring to a four-wheeled mobility scooter, but rather a two-wheeled scooter similar to a Vespa, but with an electric motor. Any recommendations?

Craig

I use a LUGGIE that I saw on QVC. Try just LUGGIE in the search bar. The reason I like my LUGGIE is it folds up two ways and you can even put it in the front seat as long as you use seat belts LOL. It will work on most streets but we tried San Francisco----will not work. There are various videos that show how to load it in your car, one is a man whose legs must not work very well because at the end he puts his two canes back on. Good luck finding just what you need.:)


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cimplexsound 06-19-2015 07:05 PM

I would suggest trying a Pride mobility scooter. Got one for my mother who had serious walking problems. Great scooter. Almost indestructible.


1979 Dodge Tioga Class C 24 foot. 1987 Fleetwood Bounder 34 Foot.

djbmsu 06-19-2015 08:11 PM

We have Segways purchased on Ebay. Been in hundreds of campgrounds and never had a problem


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