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Euro Scooter - Gen 3 (Roma)

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Original price $5,999.99
Original price $5,999.99 - Original price $5,999.99
Original price $5,999.99
Current price $4,499.00
$4,499.00 - $4,499.00
Current price $4,499.00
The Euro Scooter is fast, fun, and eco-friendly! The Euro Scooter reaches speeds up to 22 MPH, making it the ultimate get-around for friends and family. The collapsible handlebar makes it a cinch to store or transport groceries and other items. Our all-new Third (3rd) Generation Roma design increases ease of operation by relocating the controls and battery feedback to the handlebar, as well as incorporating a keyed “ignition” system. The Euro Scooter combines fun riding, easy operation, and fantastic durability all in one package!

Customer Reviews

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Jake Hinton
Roma front wheel dr

Love this scooter.it ride very nice and has a zero turn which let's me get out of any tight spots.Can run it all day on a charge and fully charges back over night. Not a better one on the market better than this scooter.

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Customer
Fun!

I purchased 2 of these at the Home Show in Utah. I LOVE this little scooter. I bought it for my mom so she doesn't have to wait for a scooter at a store, and I bought the other one for me because after test driving one of these, I just had to have one too. Ha!

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Bob Jackowski
Game changer

After first trying it out last year and not having enough money for a purchase, I decided to try to save up for the scooter. I returned to the Dutchess County Fair and was pleasantly surprised by the changes made to this year’s model. I purchased the front wheel drive Roma and used it all day at the fair. The only thing I would recommend for improvement is more padding on the seat. The scooter folds up easily and was easy to get into my Nissan Rogue. I would highly recommend it to anybody who has mobility issues it will change your life.

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A.
Great Mobility Scooter

We were at the Imperial Shriner's Convention in Charlotte in July and all the walking back and forth from the hotel to the convention center was really making my knee hurt more than usual. Euro Scooter had a booth in the Marketplace and I walked by it several times and finally stopped to ask questions, I talked to Marc and told him about the trouble I was having. He let me try one out and I drove it around the the floor of the convention center. It was very easy to drive and it has a lot of power. I am 285 lbs and it hauled me around with ease. It is fast! Wide open it flies; the literature says it goes 22 MPH, that is faster than you think. I convinced my wife to allow me to buy it. I bought it Tuesday morning and rode it every day until we left Thursday evening. I was able to keep up with my group instead of falling behind which I did for the previous 3-1/2 days.

I like the options that you have with the Euro Scooter. You can ride it sitting down or standing up. That foot brake comes in handy when going down hills, it keeps your hand from getting tired, it's also good for holding it on a hill when you are just stopped. The front wire basket came in very handy for carrying our Fezzes and anything else we needed. The LED color changing lights look very cool at night and it is great for using it in parades. It is easy to adjust the height of the seat and the handlebars. It only weighs about 77 lbs and if you take the battery back that gets it down to about 40 lbs which is still easy for me to maneuver in and out of the trunk by myself.

The only negative, that I could say is because it is front wheel drive, it does have a little trouble getting started on hills with any kind of grade. Even on the high torque setting I noticed that I had do push off with my foot to get it rolling. Also noticed that if had to stop in the cut-out part of the curb on the sidewalk, sometimes the front tire would spin and I would have to lean forward or push off to get it going. Once it was rolling up a hill, there is no stopping it just keeps accelerating.

Before we left Charlotte, I contacted the airline and let them know that I would have the scooter with me. They told me what to do when I got to the gate. I rode my scooter through the airport at Charlotte, (it was a real lifesaver) and checked in at the gate. When it was time to board, they had me ride it down the gate to the the point where you drop off luggage. I showed the baggage handlers how to fold it. When we landed They delivered it to me at the gate and I rode it out to the parking lot. It definitely improves the quality of life.

I discovered that if you get a prescription from your doctor, Medicare may cover up to 80% under Durable Medical Equipment. I am in the process of filling out the paperwork.

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Martin Rojas
Thank you for a wonderful scooter 🛵

This more hen 5 star 🌟 I can't express how you gave me my freedom back.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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Jake Hinton
Roma front wheel dr

Love this scooter.it ride very nice and has a zero turn which let's me get out of any tight spots.Can run it all day on a charge and fully charges back over night. Not a better one on the market better than this scooter.

C
Customer
Fun!

I purchased 2 of these at the Home Show in Utah. I LOVE this little scooter. I bought it for my mom so she doesn't have to wait for a scooter at a store, and I bought the other one for me because after test driving one of these, I just had to have one too. Ha!

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Bob Jackowski
Game changer

After first trying it out last year and not having enough money for a purchase, I decided to try to save up for the scooter. I returned to the Dutchess County Fair and was pleasantly surprised by the changes made to this year’s model. I purchased the front wheel drive Roma and used it all day at the fair. The only thing I would recommend for improvement is more padding on the seat. The scooter folds up easily and was easy to get into my Nissan Rogue. I would highly recommend it to anybody who has mobility issues it will change your life.

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A.
Great Mobility Scooter

We were at the Imperial Shriner's Convention in Charlotte in July and all the walking back and forth from the hotel to the convention center was really making my knee hurt more than usual. Euro Scooter had a booth in the Marketplace and I walked by it several times and finally stopped to ask questions, I talked to Marc and told him about the trouble I was having. He let me try one out and I drove it around the the floor of the convention center. It was very easy to drive and it has a lot of power. I am 285 lbs and it hauled me around with ease. It is fast! Wide open it flies; the literature says it goes 22 MPH, that is faster than you think. I convinced my wife to allow me to buy it. I bought it Tuesday morning and rode it every day until we left Thursday evening. I was able to keep up with my group instead of falling behind which I did for the previous 3-1/2 days.

I like the options that you have with the Euro Scooter. You can ride it sitting down or standing up. That foot brake comes in handy when going down hills, it keeps your hand from getting tired, it's also good for holding it on a hill when you are just stopped. The front wire basket came in very handy for carrying our Fezzes and anything else we needed. The LED color changing lights look very cool at night and it is great for using it in parades. It is easy to adjust the height of the seat and the handlebars. It only weighs about 77 lbs and if you take the battery back that gets it down to about 40 lbs which is still easy for me to maneuver in and out of the trunk by myself.

The only negative, that I could say is because it is front wheel drive, it does have a little trouble getting started on hills with any kind of grade. Even on the high torque setting I noticed that I had do push off with my foot to get it rolling. Also noticed that if had to stop in the cut-out part of the curb on the sidewalk, sometimes the front tire would spin and I would have to lean forward or push off to get it going. Once it was rolling up a hill, there is no stopping it just keeps accelerating.

Before we left Charlotte, I contacted the airline and let them know that I would have the scooter with me. They told me what to do when I got to the gate. I rode my scooter through the airport at Charlotte, (it was a real lifesaver) and checked in at the gate. When it was time to board, they had me ride it down the gate to the the point where you drop off luggage. I showed the baggage handlers how to fold it. When we landed They delivered it to me at the gate and I rode it out to the parking lot. It definitely improves the quality of life.

I discovered that if you get a prescription from your doctor, Medicare may cover up to 80% under Durable Medical Equipment. I am in the process of filling out the paperwork.

M
Martin Rojas
Thank you for a wonderful scooter 🛵

This more hen 5 star 🌟 I can't express how you gave me my freedom back.