Drive Medical Spitfire Scout Mobility Scooter Demo Video
don’t miss a moment of all life has to
offer with the convenient easily
transportable Spitfire Scout scooters
from Drive medical travel scooters like
the three and 4-wheel Spitfire scout and
Spitfire Scout deluxe from drag medical
can help people up to 300 pounds
confidently and efficiently maintain
their mobility independence all models
are incredibly easy to drive a key
switch starts the scooter and the simple
push-pull throttle control and
wraparound Delta tiller make it easy to
accelerate back up and stop even for
those with limited dexterity the
Spitfire Scouts top speed of more than 4
miles per hour can be adjusted on the
fly by turning the dial on the control
panel it’s 12 amp hour batteries provide
up to 9 miles of travel range
transporting the Spitfire Scout couldn’t
be easier it conveniently breaks down
into five lightweight pieces without the
use of tools the disassembled parts fit
compactly into the back seat or trunk of
a car and once you’ve reached your
destination reassembly can be done in
less than a minute
the Spitfire Scout is also built for
safety with a reflector and a horn to
let others know you’re there plus the
solid tires won’t go flat or leave marks
on the floor allowing for worryfree
travel the Spitfire Scout is not only
safe it’s stylish with interchangeable
scratch resistant panels in red and blue
allowing you to customize for your style
all Spitfire Scout models include
convenient features like a large front
basket with a carry handle and an
accessory port which lets you enhance
your scooter with a variety of useful
accessories such as carry bags a dust
cover a rear basket even a trailer you
could always count on dr medical to
bring you convenient and innovative
lifestyle solutions now and for the road
- Dimensions: 42.5" L x 21.5" W | Seat dimensions: 16.5" W x 16" D | Floor to seat height: 17" - 19" | Wheel base dimensions: 31.9" L x 16.9" W | Front wheels: 8" x 2" | Total weight (excl. hand control) 94 pounds
- Quick and easy disassembly.
- Flat free, non marking tires with anti-tip wheels.
- Armrests are padded and adjustable. Height adjustable swivel seat with fold down backrest.
- Interchangeable color panels hide scuffs and scratches.
- Motor: 24V x 270W x 4700 rpm | Maximum range: 15 miles (20AH)
Drive Medical Scooter Review
A Drive Medical scooter is a mobility device used by people with limited mobility. The device is usually powered by a gasoline engine but can also be powered by an electric battery. It is used by individuals suffering from various types of impairments.
It is recommended that a Drive Medical mobility scooter is used by an individual who is in the early stages of rehabilitation. It can be used by people who are suffering from certain impairments such as: arthritis, cerebral palsy, diabetes, and cerebral palsy. This type of scooter is also known as a wheelchair lift or a mobility scooter.
It is important to note that the cost of the scooter depends on the features that are installed in it. For example, the first three years of ownership can be very expensive and can cost in excess of $2000. It is also possible that the scooter may need to be repaired within the first three years.
When choosing a scooter, it is important to choose one that has an adjustable seat, a seat belt, and wheels that can be locked in position. This will ensure that the person is not able to ride the scooter unless the seat is completely in the upright position. Some of the most common features in Drive Medical scooters are a foot rest, a seat that is a little lower than the knee, and a seat that can be locked into place. Some scooters also have an automatic brake system and a back-up battery.
It is important to note that a scooter cannot be driven by a person who is not in possession of a driver’s license. A person who has a driver’s license but who is suffering from a disability will be prohibited from driving a vehicle. This is so that the individual will not be able to use the Drive Medical scooter to get around in public places and to become a hazard to others.
If the individual suffering from a disability has a medical condition and wants to use the scooter for mobility then he or she may have to get a written permission from the doctor. This will be necessary so that the doctor can assess the condition and determine if a scooter is the best way for the individual to get around. The doctor will have to review the medical records of the individual and will also have to determine the amount of mobility that is required to drive the scooter.
Dr. Jacob Rispler / Dr. Dave Miles. Last update on 2021-01-25 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate a Community Clinic Association team earns from qualifying purchases.