Metro Mobility | M1 Lite 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter
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The M1 Lite 4-wheel mobility scooter has excellent performance, easy portability, intuitive control, adjustable convenience, smooth stability.
Excellent Performance – Max weight capacity 265 lbs, 10 miles per charge, max speed 4 mph, 4.7” ground clearance, 8 degrees climbing angle. 8” flat-free, non-marking tires.
Easy Portability – Quickly and easily disassembled into 4 pieces, The heaviest piece(63 lbs) can be folded up to a dimension as (44″L x 20″W x 17″H), it can be easily placed into the trunk of the car, portable.
Intuitive Control – Rest your wrists on the bar and drive the scooter with the lever with no effort, whether use right or left hand! There is a variable speed dial, a horn button as well as a battery indicator on the panel for easy maneuverability
Adjustable Convenience – The seat is swivelable and backrest and armrest are foldable. The height of the seat, the angle of the tiller, the width of the armrest are all adjustable
Smooth Stability – The M1 Lite 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter has an 8 inch large flat-free, non-marking front and rear tires with anti-tip wheels
Max Weight: 265 lbs.
Max Speed: 4 mph
Climbing Angle: 8 degrees
Weight Capacity: 265 lbs
Battery Capacity: 12 Ah
Ground Clearance: 4.7 inches
Turning Radius: 59″
Maximum Range: 10 miles per charge
Heaviest Part: 63 lbs.
Folded Dimensions: 44″L x 20″W x 17″H
Tires: 8" Larger, Flat-Free, Non-Marking with Anti-Tip Wheels
Battery: 24V 250W
- Limited lifetime on the Frame
- 12 months on Electronics
- 6 months on the batteries. If you want to file a warranty claim on the batteries, you will need to have a valid load test reading showing that the batteries are faulty
User Manual: M1 Lite
We do not accept medicare or insurance as payment.
However, we do offer PayPal and Shop Pay as a payment option.
You can finance and pay low monthly payments. There are options for weekly or bi-monthly payments depending on your credit profile.
Medicare and other insurance companies make it difficult for you to obtain a mobility scooter or power wheelchair. The process can take up to six months before approval.
To obtain a power wheelchair or mobility scooter through Medicare, you must prove to a doctor that you are not able to ambulate (walk or move around), even with assistance devices such as a walker, rollator, cane, etc.
This process can keep you from being able to travel, or move around freely for months; therefore, it's best to pay for the product via a payment option if you do not have the ability to pay it all at once.