Pride Revo 2.0

PRIDE REVO 2.0

£1,595.00 excl VAT

Experience the Revo 2.0, a new class of scooter that combines an array of features into one great package. Tough and built to last, the Revo 2.0 offers rugged dependability you expect from luxury mid-size scooters. Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS) ensures a smooth and comfortable ride over varied terrain.

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PRIDE REVO 2.0

£1,595.00 excl VAT

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Experience the Revo 2.0, a new class of scooter that combines an array of features into one great package. Tough and built to last, the Revo 2.0 offers rugged dependability you expect from luxury mid-size scooters. Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS) ensures a smooth and comfortable ride over varied terrain. Experience convenient, feather-touch disassembly for portability and enjoy standard under seat storage.

  • Comfort-Trac front and rear suspension
  • Durable and stylish rear bumper
  • Easily accessible tie down points (for transport of unoccupied scooter)
  • Easily adjustable tiller
  • Easily charge the batteries on or off the unit
  • Pride’s exclusive black, flat-free, non-scuffing tires
  • Seat designed for extreme comfort
  • Standard front basket
  • Standard under seat storage
  • Ultra heavy-duty drivetrain with 70 amp controller
  • User-friendly console
  • USB mobile device charging port

FAQs

Do I need to tax my mobility scooter?

No. But you may need to register it. Find out more information on our scooter tax blog post.

Do I need mobility scooter insurance?

It is not currently required but we do highly recommend it. Find out more information on our scooter insurance blog post.

Charging Instructions

  1. Make sure the mobility scooter is switched off before attempting to charge
  2. Plug the charger into the mobility scooter first and then into an electrical socket; then switch on the charger
  3. Wherever possible, try to use a mains socket to plug the charger in and not an extension lead
  4. When charging is complete, switch off the charger before removing it from the mobility scooter

For more information on how to get the most out of your mobility scooter battery, including tips on when and where to charge, see our handy Battery Guide.

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