This is my mobility scooter I got it on lease for three years using my mobility allowance, one good thing about these is their versatility and two speed settings. On the road I dare ton up at 8 mph but on the pavement I have to hit the snail button this restricts my speed from 2 to 4 mph. Also on the pavement I have to stop and give way to pedestrians don't mind the oldies so much they are ever so polite and always thank you nope the one pedestrian I hate is those that are permanently attached to their cell phones either texting or watching their screens as if locked in a video conference, (these class of people I have a lovely surprise for them in the form of a compressed air horn I gingerly creep up on them and just when I am behind them I give them a blast one guy was not bet pleased as the shock of the noise made him drop his brand new cell phone he had just got out of the shop that day). I ride up cycle, bus and taxi lanes when we are not allowed to do so, on the coastal route I get away with this as one half of the path is for pedestrians but I still go flat out. This machine has given me so much freedom and just getting out on it at least 3 times a week well wrapped up at this time of year. The plus plus point I love about my scooter is the steering wheel although square it gives me much more maneuverability and also the suspension on the scooter itself (front and rear) and also contained in the captains style seat, one of the down points is the flimsy plastic mudguards and another is the design it is evident it was intended as a three wheeler (there is a three wheel model) the size of the wheels put me of getting the three wheel model as most 3 wheelers are prone to tip say when getting of the kerb. Yet I already have in mind what my next one will be in 2017. And that is a three wheeler but with much larger wheels and built on a motorcycle theme work of things.