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Pride Mobility Go-GoES8 Three Wheel Scooter

Pride Mobility Go-GoES8 Three Wheel Scooter

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For information contact AT Aust on 1300 452 679

Short Description

A three wheeled, rear wheel drive scooter with foldable and rotatable seating system, dual braking system and easily disassembles into six pieces. Available in two models: Three wheeled and four wheeled. Features finger controls, front frame mounted seat post, charger port located on the tiller, adjustable tiller angle, arms rests and seating. A range of accessories are available.

Additional Info

More Details

* Rigid frame
* Can be disassembled
* The attachments are hooked and can use the frame release lever to lift the front section and the rear section
* Anti tip bars and Tiller are hooked to the frame

* Metal and plastics
* Contact supplier for more information

* Front frame mounted seat post
* Rotatable and height adjustable seat
* Contact supplier to inquire if there is seat suspension in this model
* Vinyl covered, padded, contoured
* Swivels through 360 degrees
* Seat rotation lever position is important to assemble and disassemble the seating system
* Standard seating option with 18 inch width and 17 inch depth
* Only one seating option available

* Standard vinyl covered, padded, contoured backrest
* Foldable fixed angle and available in one height
* Folds down for transport (state level eg folds at seat level), removed as a whole seat unit

* No head rest available

* Width adjustable arm rests
* Padded and upholstered

* Has 3 wheels and 2 anti tip wheels
* Puncture resistant solid tyre inserts

* The tiller console houses all controls needed to drive, including the key switch, throttle control lever, horn button, speed adjustment dial, and the battery condition meter
* Speed lever: Thumb control, left hand control, right hand control

* Electromechanical disk park brake

* Two 12-volt, deep-cycle batteries
* Sealed and maintenance free
* The battery condition meter indicates the approximate strength of the batteries
* The charging port is located in the Tiller

Transport or Dismantling
* Disassembles into:
Rear section
Front section
Battery pack
Battery shroud
* No tools are required to disassemble or assemble

* Available in 1 colour - Red

* One basket
* Positioning Belt (optional)
* Auto-type positioning belt that can be adjusted for operator comfort.
* The positioning belt is designed to help support the operator so that he or she does not slide down or forward in the seat


Caution: Load Capacity for Mobility Scooters
The load capacity of a scooter may change according to the type of ground the scooter is used on. The supplier stated load capacity may have been given for a scooter that has been tested on flat ground. However, the scooter's load capacity, performance and stability may change when the scooter is used on an incline. These factors, including the maximum gradient on which a scooter should be safely used, should be discussed with the supplier.

Transport Accessibility
The space allowed on public transport for carrying mobility equipment is an area of 1300mm by 800mm.
Overall length of this scooter ...........965 mm
Overall width of this scooter ........... 495 mm

State transit will only carry scooters with an unladen weight of less than 200 kg and which can be driven onto the bus, and manoeuvred to fit wholly within the designated wheelchair space under their own power. Any such scooters carried must also comply where relevant with the rules applying to wheelchairs.

Three wheeled mobility aids of any kind are unstable in normal bus operations and will not be carried because of the safety risk.

Accessible buses display a blue and white wheelchair sign on the front of the bus, and on the easy access door.

Factors applying to all scooters
* This item should be trialled in the user's own environment to ensure maximum safety and independence. Environmental considerations include eg: kerbs, footpaths, tram and railway crossings, street crossings, etc
* Users should take care when riding a scooter or powered wheelchair and observe the following safety guidelines:
* Users who intend to use scooters or powered wheelchairs must ensure they have the necessary physical and cognitive skills to operate and manoeuvre them safely
* Stay within the legal speed limit of 10km/h
* Be aware that taking medication or driving under the influence of alcohol may affect the user's judgement
* Always make sure that you are clearly visible, particularly at night or on dull days-use the lights and reflectors and install a reflective flag high enough to be seen by motorists
* Wear a bicycle helmet whenever possible
* Slow down when you are near other people, especially pedestrians and cyclists
* Avoid stopping or driving on inclines greater than your scooter is designed for
* Use footpaths if possible. If there are no foot paths, plan to use quieter roads
* Plan your trip and avoid uneven surfaces, dips and potholes
* Ensure if you are carrying parcels that the load will not over-balance your scooter and the parcels do not interfere with your controls or vision

Place Of Manufacture

Pride Mobility Products Corporation, USA

Price Guide

Contact the Importer for local suppliers.

Models And Options


Two models are available:
* The new Go-Go ES 8 Three Wheel Scooter
* The new Go-Go ES 8 Four Wheel Scooter


* Positioning belt


Specification Standard
Backrest Height Unknown
Base Height (clearance) 63.5 mm
Length 965 mm
Load Capacity (supplier stated) 125 kg
Range (km) From 0 km to 16.42 km
Seat Depth 432 mm
Seat Height Unknown
Seat Width 457 mm
Speed (km/hr) From 0 km/h to 6.4 km/h
Weight (kg) 32.4 kg Without Batteries
Weight of Heaviest Part 12.5 kg
Wheel Diameter (Front) Unknown
Wheel Diameter (Rear) Unknown
Width 495 mm

Setup And Maintenance


All scooters require regular maintenance. Refer to User Manual for specific details.



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When buying a medical device it is advisable to only choose a medical device that is recommended by a healthcare professional and has been included on the ARTG.

Licence & Insurance Requirements

In NSW, motorised wheelchairs that weigh less than 110 kg and cannot travel at more than 10 km/h do not have to be registered, provided they are being used by a person with mobility problems. A person driving a motorised wheelchair under these circumstances is defined as a pedestrian under the Australian Road Rules and is permitted to travel on a footpath or nature strip adjacent to the road.

Vehicles exempt from registration are covered by the nominal defendant scheme (administered by the State Insurance Regulatory Authority) if they are at fault in an accident in NSW on a road or road-related area and cause injury to another person. However, this cover is only valid in NSW.


Pride Mobility Products Aust P/L (importer/wholesaler)
20-24 Apollo Dr
VIC 3803
Sales: 03 8770 9600
Fax: 03 9703 2720
Contact Person: Mr Warren Tripp
Toll Free: 1800 800 990


Whilst all care is taken to provide accurate information with respect to the item described, the Independent Living Centre New South Wales (ILCNSW), operating as Assistive Technology Australia, is not involved in product design or manufacture, and therefore not in a position to guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. Selection of equipment, which is both suitable and appropriate for individual needs remains the responsibility of the person(s) considering requisition, and no responsibility is taken by the ILCNSW (Assistive Technology Australia) for any loss or injury caused through use of the equipment or alleged to have arisen through reliance upon information provided. As information is subject to change any enquiries should be directed to the manufacturer.