3 Wheel Gas Scooters - The Next Generation Of Transportation
In the world of cheap gas scooters there are a small variety of them designed specifically for the disabled/handicapped. Of those you can get a 3 wheel gas scooter, a 4 wheel scooter (gas or electric), and there are of course the two wheel kind not usually used by disabled people.
The 3 wheel gas scooter is a better choice for a few reasons. The 4 wheel scooter is limited in mobility and being able to get into tight spots is difficult for these units. The 3 wheel variety are designed to both be stable (two wheels in the back one for steering in the front) but the new design with one wheel in the front allows them to shorten the front overhead of the vehicle. With a tighter and smaller front end you can maneuver your scooter within the home virtually like your walking but a little more clumpy.
The next generation transportation for the disabled is designed to give you full freedom in your home, outside, in stores, and anywhere else you want to go. You can use it only at home as a way to liberate yourself, or you can use it when you go shopping, roam the neighborhood and more.
What I like about these new scooters are that they are designed for easy packing and traveling with them. You can get a special bracket that mounts to your car's rear bumper that folds up when not in use and easily holds your scooter.
3 wheel gas scooters are being designed so they can fold and be put in a standard sized trunk or hatchback space. This makes them more portable, less of a hassle to transport (without riding it) on vacation and so on. One model I saw was robust but folded down to just over the size of a folding chair (about 2 stacked on top of each other).
There is a great deal of information on the types and styles available, such as the street legal Tango, Piaggio, Massimo 150cc, Bonzai 150cc, IceBear Trike, and so on, so you will want to take your time and learn all you can before you decide on which one you want. Take into account portability (if you only need it for home use this is not an issue), price, value (does it come with a good free warranty?), and of course aesthetically pleasing to you.
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