Amigo TravelMate - folding travel POV/scooter

US MSRP: $1,995

Pricing may vary internationally -- please contact us for international pricing details.

The most compact model in the Amigo line, the front drive TravelMate is perfect for travel, weighing a manageable 55 lbs (25 kg) once the batteries and basket are removed.

Designed for those who are mobile but have trouble walking long distances, the TravelMate easily folds down to fit in a trunk or compartment and is great for long trips, short trips and sightseeing. Simply remove the basket and battery pack, slide the seat forward, fold the handle down and you're on your way!

Travelmate colors

 

  Features:

  • Front drive with smooth acceleration
  • Travel surfaces: indoor hard/outdoor paved surfaces
  • Adjustable seat for most comfortable reach
  • Bumper/lifting handle allows for easy portability
  • Weighs only 55 lbs (without battery pack) (25 kg)
  • Total weight 70 lbs (32 kg)
  • Forward and reverse applications
  • *Lithium-ion battery option
  • **Battery capacity: 6 miles (9.7 km)
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs (113.4 kg)
  • Rear wheel width: 22.25 in (56.5 cm)
  • Turning radius: 31 in (78.7 cm)
  • 3.9 in (9.9 cm) ground clearance
*Contact us for availability in your area
**Mileage range may vary with the following conditions: rider weight, temperature, terrain and charging habits. Charge batteries at every opportunity and carry a spare under the seat for best mileage -- frequent charging will not harm batteries.

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Amigo Mobility has a nationwide network to provide TRAVELMATE™ repair and maintenance services. Amigo’s team of service technicians are available by phone (800-248-9131), email or webchat to help diagnose, repair and dispatch for any service needs. 

News Flash

Supporting Families in Many Helpful Ways

Supporting Families in Many Helpful Ways

Friendly Wheels, Issue 123

August 2018

 

Amigo owners often share inspiring stories. From overcoming a mobility challenge to figuring out innovative ways to go to new places to helping people in their communities, the experiences they share never cease to amaze us.

In this edition of Friendly Wheels, we get to meet Shannon DeWall, JD, an attorney, wife, mother and community volunteer in metro Detroit. Learn more about her story below.

A Family's Story of Reclaiming Hope

A Family's Story of Reclaiming Hope

Friendly Wheels, Issue 122

July 2018

In a time of crisis, it may be reassuring to know that there is another family that's experienced a similar situation: the Shepherds. James Shepherd and his mother founded the Shepherd Center, a not-for-profit hospital located in Atlanta, Georgia specializing spinal cord injury rehabilitation, in 1975 in response to an accident James endured as a young man. Learn more about his family's inspiring story.

This Amigo Owner Adds a Little Magic

This Amigo Owner Adds a Little Magic

Friendly Wheels, Issue 121

June 2018

Carrie Rostollan, a longtime member of the Amigo family, recently visited our Bridgeport facility for the Amigo Mobility Center open house. She shared with us some of her upcoming summer plans and entertained us with her magic tricks! Discover more about Carrie's 'magical' adventures.

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