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Mobile Pet Scooter, Red, Chevy Emblems, Electric Tricycle Three Wheeler 48 Volt on

US $1,250.00

Fort Worth, Texas, United States

Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Primary Color:Red Manufacturer Part Number:Pet 500 Brand:Personal Electric Transportation Warranty:Yes

Here is a mobile pet scooter. It is a 500 Wyatt front wheel motor with a 48 volt battery that is a sealed lead acid. Gets 350 charges to battery life. It gets up to 16mph, has forward/reverse. On a full charge battery can go 25 miles long. Breaks down easily in two pieces with our added quick release disconnect pins. Has a custom hitch bolted to metal frame. Horn/LED light, battery Guage and brake lock. Custom painted w/some 3d Chevy emblems put on the sides

Many accessories available such as a back support seat.

6 month warranty from head to toe!

Has been driven do to needing to test out and make sure everything works, reason for tires showing dirt.

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