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Old January 22nd, 2010, 11:50 AM
Eugenia Raleigh Eugenia Raleigh is offline
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Default senior scooters..

i was looking into buying my grandmother one for her birthday but i am not sure what brand or kind to get.. i mean they have to many diffrent brands.. thay have the hover round, they have the go-go, and some other ones that look pretty aswell, does any body own any of these or know someone who does.. all the info i can get would be amazing.
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Old February 19th, 2010, 02:37 PM
Rhoda Wischard Rhoda Wischard is offline
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isnt there a scooter world?? were like they have a large varityof scooters.. im sure if you go there and ask and describe your grandma and the life style sheb live they can recommend one for you.
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Old February 22nd, 2010, 11:56 AM
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there are so many places you can go to look into buying a scooter for your grandma, are you looking for one that she will only use when shes going out or are you looking to get one for her to use all the time? there are so many other options you will have once you decide how often she will be using this thing.. my aunt uses one for like county fairs and other things like that and hers in a go-go scooter.
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Old February 22nd, 2010, 03:59 PM
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Its true you could practically get those things anywhere. And scooter world is awesome lol. You can even go online and custome order one. My uncle bought one after he had foot surgery...he doesn't use it now. But at the time it came in handy lol. Now its just sitting at his house and my cousins use it to go to the store down the street because they're lazy. Its funny though and fun.
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Old February 26th, 2010, 01:21 PM
Sapphire Lapsley Sapphire Lapsley is offline
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haha those electric scooters work great in vegas.. haha i dont remember how we came in position of one when we were there it was like hang over we just ended up with one the next morning.. haha. anyways were getting my little sister one for her 21st birthday because were thinking that shes not going to be walking by the end of the night so if we fancy it all up with balloons and signs it would be a great joke/ tool to get her back to the hotel room!
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Old February 26th, 2010, 02:45 PM
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omg thats classic. myke sure you "pimp" it out. she needs a cup holder with those straws that turn into glasses! omg that is soo funny. my friends were talking about a vegas trip they made and they rented one from one of the casinos and they had such a good time on them.. there was 6 of them and they each rented their own scooters.. haha they say becareful because metro (vegas cops) will try and write you up for dui.
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Old March 1st, 2010, 02:06 PM
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i clicked on here looking to get some helpful info on scooters.. haha not to read about all the young adults who are going to vegas and getting drunk then riding these scooters all over.. so young people please inform me about your scooter: the type of it and its performance. that would be great.. to get someone youngers prospective on it.
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Old March 6th, 2010, 06:38 PM
Serena Lea Serena Lea is offline
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You may want to doublecheck some of the websites, particularly ones that do reviews. They'll probably be a review around the website.

If you can't, try and compare the specs of the Senior Scooters, and see what's going on. Otherwise, I'd prboably ask the teller at the store, if there is a store, to see what is best for senior scooters.
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Old March 11th, 2010, 06:03 PM
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those electronic scooters come in handy. wish my grandpa would put his pride down and use them. my uncle bought him one and it's just sitting in the living room with the plastic bag around it because he insist that he doesn't need it. i mean hwere just looking out for him.. but i do understand that he doesn't want people to think that he needs assistant.. but still..
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Old March 18th, 2010, 02:56 PM
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hey those senior scooters come in handy. we got my grandma one for christmas and she loves it. the fact that it fits through door ways and she doesn't have to struggle with it. my uncle also got her that little thing where you sit on the seat and it takes you up the stairs. it's pretty cool. my little brother and cousins are always playing with it =)
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