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Spitfire Scout 4 Wheel Travel Power Scooter

Compact Travel Scooter

Description

The Spitfire Scout transportable scooter combines easy and convenient mobility with superior value. The Spitfire Scout is compact, lightweight and easy to disassemble—perfect for taking wherever you want to go, either around the neighborhood or far from home. It can be disassembled quickly and easily into five easy-to-handle pieces for loading into a car, truck, or van and taking shopping or on vacation. The four-wheel version of the Spitfire Scout allows for enhanced stability on rougher outdoor terrain. The Scout also offers great features like a quick connect battery pack and a delta-style tiller to make operating the scooter easier for those with limited strength or dexterity. This model comes with color-through panels to hide scuffs and scratches and black wheel rims.

Features

  • 4.25 mph top speed and a 9 mile maximum cruising range
  • Adjustable angle tiller allows the user to position the controller into the most ideal driving position
  • Anti-tip wheels for greater safety
  • Comes with easy to remove, quick connect battery pack that can be charged separately from the scooter
  • Comfortable, height adjustable seat with flip back, adjustable width arms
  • Convenient free-wheel release knob
  • Ergonomic delta tiller makes it easier for those with limited strength or dexterity to operate the scooter
  • Includes two sets of easy-to-change color panels in red & blue
  • Large front basket with carry handle
  • Quick and easy disassembly into 5 easy-to-transport pieces
  • Rear reflector for better visibility
  • Seat back folds completely flat, which comes in handy when transporting or storing the scooter
  • Solid, non-marking, flat-free tires for worry-free travel

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HCPCS K0800
Weight Capacity 300 lbs.
Top Speed 4.25 mph
Maximum Range 9 miles (12AH) | 15 miles (20AH)
Turning Radius 53.75"
Climbing Angle
Ground Clearance 2.5"
Dimensions 42.5" (L) x 21.5" (W)
Floor-to-Seat Height 17" - 19"
Seat Dimensions 16.5" (W) x 16" (D)
Controller CTE 45A
Motor 24V x 270W x 4700 rpm
Batteries (pair) 12V x 12AH, 12V x 20AH (EXT Model Only)
Charger 2A Offboard
Brakes Electromagnetic
Front Wheels 8" x 2" Flat-free
Rear Wheels 8" x 2" Flat-free
Base Weight 58 lbs.
Battery Weight (pair) 20 lbs.
Seat Weight 16 lbs.
Total Weight 94 lbs.
Heaviest Piece Weight (Front Section) 39 lbs.
Warranty on Frame Lifetime
Warranty on Electronic Controller/Drive Train Components 24 Months
Warranty on Batteries 12 Months
Wheel Base Dimensions (L x W) 31.9" x 16.9"
Parts for Spitfire Scout 4

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Customer Questions and Answers

Hi I am after one of the red "T" shape parts from the back of this scooter as mine came off in Portugal. Do you supply spares please? Carolyn 07731430597

Asked by: Cazza
Thank you for your inquiry. Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you. Thank you again, Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Luis M
Date published: 2018-04-16

What type of battery is in this scooter as I will be flying . 

Asked by: Storky
Thank you for your inquiry. BATTERIES is 12AH or 20AH. Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-04-11

How can I remove the existing wheels from Drive Medical Scout Compact Travel Power Scooter 4-wheel model?

Asked by: Raff
Thank you for your inquiry. Remove the nub cap to access the nut holding the wheel on the axle. Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-04-11

How do you separate the battery case. I've taken out the six screws along the edges of the case, but it won't separate?

Asked by: captbob
Thank you for your inquiry. There are 8 screws holding the 2 halfs together. Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-04-10

I am trying to register my 4 heel Power Travel Scooter. Where do I find  model number

Asked by: ptrmwatt
Thank you for your inquiry. The new scout 4 serial number is located under the battery box. Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-04-10

What kind of battery? Lead acid..,, lithium ? .....Gel cell?

Asked by: CK020857
Thank you for your inquiry. This is the information I have for the batteries: 12AH or 20AH. Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-04-03

The battery of my scooter (Spitfire Scout 4 Wheel) isn't working any more and I don't find a place or someone who can fix it. I'm from Miami (Sunny Isles), FL; know someone/place?

Asked by: Clara18
Thank you for your inquiry. Use the advance provider locator to find providers that do service. Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-03-31

How friendly is the scooter to travel by plane?

Asked by: Moses
Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact the airline that you will be using to take your trip, they will be able to let you know if it is approved to take it with you. Thank you again, Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-03-24
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Customer Reviews

Scout 4 is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A real bone shaker! Yesterday the Scout scooter was delivered. I assembled it and took it for a short drive, it shook every bone in my osteoarthritic ridden body! I felt the bone jarring affect when it went over the slightest bump on the footpath. It was then I realised that it had no suspension whatsoever and the small solid tyres didn't help at all. I was really looking forward to doing my shopping and visiting my doctor, but because of the unpleasant bone shaking experience I'm feeling very apprehensive about riding it ! I certainly would not recommend the scout scooter to anyone I'm going to try and get a refund .
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Gets the job done, could be better Pros: Good battery life Good torque Good traction Quiet Cons: Uncomfortable seat Difficult to tilt handlebars Cramped at highest seat position (I'm only 5'2") Terrible turning radius Hard tires = bumpy ride Seating position is very far back, which gives good traction, but causes tipping and wheelies on steep slopes Slow acceleration When backing, if you hit something and let go of the controls, the motor doesn't stop immediately... this resulted in tipping me over when I backed into a curb, but it didn't stop, and it sent me tumbling onto the sidewalk
Date published: 2017-08-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Don't feel safe I thought a 4 wheel scooter would be safer. Wrong. The steering is very loose. You go over a bump the stering is jerked out if your hands. Sometimes it feels like it is going to tip over. Sending this one back.
Date published: 2017-07-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Scout 4 I've read the comments on turning radius, I as well felt this was a real issue but after further research I found the is a a button or dial on or at the bottom of the steering shaft which allows for turn on a dime adjustment. My issue is ride height, they specifically state "good for all terrain" but there is so little ground clearance I can't drive it on my Arizona rock-scape, my purchase was made specifically for such so I could do weeding as I have chronic breathing issues and can't walk it any longer. I'm going to hold recommendation or not after I've spoken with a CSR.
Date published: 2017-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I needed 1. I bought this scooter for my wife who has a bad knee and cannot walk to our football games (1-1 1/2 miles)-RESULTS: with a range of 9-12 miles, has worked well without discharging the battery. 2. I wanted a scooter that could be disassembled and fit in the bed of my Avalanche truck w/ cover. RESULTS: Disassembles into 4 parts, fits into bed of truck neatly. 3. Needed a scooter that can run quickly and has pulling power- RESULTS: To date, have used on paved parking lots, sidewalks, grass, driveways, elevators, etc. Runs well and without problems. Moves at around 4-5 mph with a 160# load on a smooth surface. Have climbed up to 4-5 degree slopes without a problem. 4. Having a hard time staying up with my wife when she scoots and I walk- RESULTS: I am buying a second scooter, which will fit in the bed of the truck with cover on. I tow the Avalanche with a 40' Motor Home, and it works well for us wherever we go. 5. Read some complaints about rough ride- RESULTS- slow down when you transition from drive to street or grass- stay of rocky terrain- it is NOT a vehicle for rocks, mud, etc. It rides smooth enough for my wife and I. 6. Needed something reliable- RESULTS- Purchased for under $1,000 with a 5 year warranty- can't beat that!
Date published: 2017-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's better than I expected I really wanted to try it before I bought it. But it was better then I expected. The assembly was easy. The batteries were fully charged and I was able to take it for a test drive within 1/2 hour after I received it. The only thing I don't like is the turning radius. I would have liked it to have been smaller. So far, I love it.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Able to take my dog for walks Since it has become so difficult to walk any distance I had difficulty taking my dog for his walks. My Scout Scooter has made it a joy to take him outside for his walks.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Interesting to say the least! It's a pretty little thing, for sure. Easy to put together and if you want to put some confusion in the mix, just change the trim color from red to blue or vise versa. Not alota power though but then again it's not made to carry a 275 pound fat man around the world either. All in all its a good little scooter for a small but frail person.
Date published: 2017-02-14
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