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This mid-sized scooter immediately feels a bit more robust and sturdy than the transportable models. Whilst the controls are much the same as the Denver, this pavement scooter features both front and rear LED lights as well as wing mirrors. For customers that want to travel a bit further but don’t wish to go on the road this is a great scooter for enhanced freedom.
A key benefit of this mobility scooter is that it has a maximum battery range of 24 miles. It is a modern mid-sized scooter with a middle of the range price tag that is a popular and reliable choice for making day trips in comfort.
This scooter is simple to operate with user-friendly controls, an easily audible horn, variable speed settings and a robust build. The comfortable seat is easily adjusted to suit the user and swivels for ease of access. With a battery range of 24 miles you should be able to make quite a few outings before you need to think about recharging the battery.
The orange colour gives this scooter a modern feel whilst the pneumatic tyres have been designed for increased durability and to enhance the smoothness of the ride. The Tulsa features the same plastic shopping basket as the Denver, which is easy to slot onto the tiller. It also has a handy USB charging port so that you can charge your phone on the go. This is clearly a scooter that is designed for safety, comfort and usability.
The seat is a little larger and more comfortable than the Denver, but not as big as the captain’s chair of the larger models. The arm rests are integral to the seat which feels a little more stable than the ones that dismantle, and the back rest can be easily angled as well as both height and depth adjusted.
This model conforms to all of the relevant safety regulations and features both front and rear LED lights as well as wing mirrors. It also has a lever on the back, which can be moved out of ‘drive’ mode in order for the scooter to be easily manually manoeuvred, and needs to be put back into ‘drive’ mode in order to be driven off.