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Old 11-14-2010, 12:43 PM   #1
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Electric Scooter For RV Travel

You ever want something to ride around camp or out around town that was just a little more fun than normal? Check out this YouTube video about my electric scooter and how i modified it.

Took this little 3-wheeled scooter along on our Casita travels. Lots of fun. Bought it used and after new batteries, etc we are into it around $125.

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Old 11-14-2010, 03:52 PM   #2
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Cute, but I think I will stick to foot power.
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Matt, you just gave me an idea

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Well if you insist, but be sure to wear a helmet. And put duct tape on the Uke.

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I'd rather go with two wheels, maybe something like this electric bike: Currie-eZip Via Mezza Electric Bike, Model# IZ-VM-AN | Electric Bicycles | Northern Tool + Equipment
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I bought a Zappy Pro this summer after I had knee surgery. It got me through the Denver Convention Center, the Milwaukee Zoo, the Brookfield Zoo, and the Colorado Springs Zoo, so I did not have to beg off or try to hobble around with my cane.
Now I have it in my office. I take it between campus buildings. I love it. Looks almost just like your scooter, Johnny. You can ride it standing or with the seat. I have the seat on mine.
It is my cougar toy. It attracts men of every size, from little guys who walk in front of me (They must be thinking it is a big trike.) to teenagers who think it is cool to older guys who also think it is cool. Three of my male colleagues have already had to try it out in our hallway. Great fun!
I took it to Indiana for the fish fry in May.

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...these seem somehow appropriate
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Those are awesome looking machines

I've ridden the Zappy Pro, it's a nice machine. A lot more money than mine with a front wheel motor rather than rear. If I had the money I would love one. Of course, maybe I would just get a hopped up squealer like the ones posted above! These electric machines can be expensive.
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