- Q and A
|Total weight||Rider capacity||Heaviest piece||Max distance per charge||Turning radius|
|12AH battery: 94 lbs |
20 AH battery: 97 lbs
|300 lbs||39 lbs||12AH battery: 9 miles |
20AH battery: 14 miles
|Click the gray "Learn More" tab (above) for more specifications|
The Spitfire Scout 4 Scooter from Drive Medical is the biggest little power scooter around. Even though it's compact, it has all the "big scooter" features including 300 lb passenger capacity and a single charge range of up to 9 miles. Make your scooter red or blue- we include both sets of color panels.
When you receive your scooter, setup is a breeze! The battery comes fully charged. So most folks will cut the box open, pop the battery pack into place, install the seat post and seat and then ride the scooter right out of the carton! You'll receive your Scout scooter fast via FedEx ground delivery right to your door.
• Quick and easy disassembly- heaviest piece weighs 39 lbs.
• Interchangeable color panels hide scuffs and scratches
• Height-adjustable swivel seat with fold-down backrest; Armrests are padded and adjustable
• Comes with large plastic carry basket
• Delta tiller is easy to adjust; Ergonomic throttle control with easy freewheel operation
• Quick connect batteries
• Flat-free, non-marking tires with anti-tip wheels
What comes in the box:• Scooter body (front end and drive train)
• Seat post
• Arms, left and right
• Hardware: knobs that fasten arms in place, hex nut, bolt and washers to fasten seat post in place
• Color panels, red and blue
• Keys (2)
• Battery pack
• Battery charger
• Instruction / operators manual
|Weight capacity||300 lbs|
|Top speed||4.25 mph|
|Maximum range||9 miles|
|Climbing angle||6 degrees|
|Dimensions||42.5" x 21.5"|
|Floor-to-seat height||17" - 19"|
|Seat dimensons||16.5" x16"|
|Motor||24V x 270W x 4700 rpm|
|Batteries (pair)||12V x 12 AH or 12V x 20AH|
|Wheels||8" x 2" flat-free|
|Base weight||58 lbs|
|Seat weight||16 lbs|
|Total weight||94 lbs w/ 12AH batt / 97 lbs w/ 20 AH batt|
|Heaviest piece weight||38 lbs (front section)|
Manufacturer's Warranty:Drive Medical warrants this scooter as follows:
• The frame for life
• Electronics, drive train and mechanical parts for 24 months
• Battery for 12 months
The warranty does not include plastic trim, upholstery and tires. Service is performed through their nationwide network of servicers.
VidaCura 5 Year Extended Warranty:This scooter includes VidaCura's exclusive 5 year warranty. We'll keep your scooter running like new and you'll pay nothing more; not even for batteries for 5 years. Where applicable, it covers parts and labor for the following items:
|• Batteries||• Upholstery Stitching||• Brakes|
|• Frame and Hardware||• Electrical Wiring||• Tires and wheels|
|• Platform||• Electrical controllers||• Bearings and bushings|
|• Frame welds||• Battery charger||• Steering mechanism|
|• Seat swivel/structure||• Motors/gearbox||• Fuses and lightbulbs|
|• Seat arms/hardware||• Nuts, bolts and fasteners|
Some conditions and restrictions apply. Call or email for details.
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Your scooter will have been thoroughly tested before we send it to you. But we want you to know that scooters are not a returnable item, so please review the features and specifications carefully. You'll find it all above and on the "Learn More" tab so you can confirm that it's right for you or your loved-one and that they can operate it safely. If you are buying this item for someone else, please discuss it with them first to make sure it's something they would truly welcome and enjoy.
ReviewsWrite a review
The one adjustment I had to make was removing the front basket so that we could pull it up far enough for him to get out of the car and onto the cart.
At six feet tall, he really doesn't enjoy using or for long distances, he feels a bit cramped, even with it on the tallest level. He also mentions that the seat is hard.
Still, it is awesome for the price and will continue to serve us well until the insurance company approves his need for an electric wheelchair.
Since it comes apart, it is actually easier for me to load into the car than the wheelchair. And I'm a wimp."