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EVRider Xpress 4 wheel Mobility Scooter

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With the stability of a 4-wheel scooter, the turning ability of a 3-wheeler and a true monoshock rear suspension comes the new addition to the EV Rider family of unique products.

EV Rider's Xpress is a stylish lightweight compact power scooter, with easy to use controls. RiderXpress can be dismantled in seconds, for easy hand-carry and storage. Will fit most lifts or compact enough to be easily put into the car for transportation.


Choosing the right scooter for you: a few quick thoughts:

If you are challenged with limited mobility or have ambulatory issues, a mobility scooter is a ticket to freedom. An battery powered scooter assists you in living a more active and independent life, without having to rely upon those around you to ensure that you can move about your home or to simply take in the beauty of the outdoors or your social life.

The decision of which electric mobility scooter to buy provides many options, however. these specialize personal mobility vehicles are an investment that you can enjoy for many years. Read our helpful tips on buying a personal mobility scooter below; it will help you familiarize yourself with those key issues surrounding this important investment for Aging Well.

1. Are you looking for an mobility scooter primarily for indoor or for outdoor travel?

Where you plan to use your mobility scooter will have a major impact on your choice of which model to buy. If you are planning to use your scooter mostly inside your home, for example, a tight turning radius and easy maneuverability are going to be your most important concerns. A smaller, more compact mobility scooter with three wheels versus four could be the right choice for you.

If you are intending to travel outdoors, you will want to have a more solid scooter that can handle rough ground and uneven pavement gracefully. Stability and speed will be important considerations. A 4 wheel mobility scooter with rugged suspension fits the bill here.

2. Will you be traveling over curbs or hills or other variable terrain?

If you are planning to navigate difficult terrain such as steep hills or curbs, you will need an electric scooter with some extra power behind it, a rugged suspension and sturdy wheels with knobbier tires. A 4 wheel personal mobility scooter often has the power and the stability to handle the rougher terrain.

3. Will you drive your mobility scooter on local roads?

If you would like to use your travel mobility scooter on roads instead of on pavement or grass, you should familiarize yourself with local laws. In most cases, medical-based scooters need to be able to travel at least 8 MPH to be used on roads, and must be equipped with both headlights, turn signals and taillights- similar to their motorcycle "brethren".

4. Will your home restrict the scooters you can use?

If you traverse areas with narrow doorways or gates or if you use stairs , you will want to factor this into consideration as well when buying an electric/battery powered scooter. A larger, outdoor mobility scooter that cannot fit through your front gate or your doors, for example, would be less than desirable.

5. Will your new scooter comfortably fit your body's needs?

Personal Mobility Scooters assist you in handling a wide range of mobility restrictions, to achieve a higher level of independence. Therefore, it is important for you to determine which scooter is right for your body. For example, if you have difficulty sitting upright, stability may be key. A 4 wheel mobility scooter is an excellent choice.

If you are tall, for example, a 3 wheel mobility scooter can better accommodate your long legs.

For some people, getting on and off of a medical scooter creates an altogether different challenge. A mobility scooter that offers a swivel seat for easy ingress and egress provides true benefits for you.

6. Will you need to transport your mobility scooter?

If you are planning to take your electric scooter with you when you travel in a vehicle, you will have a different set of concerns than if you are planning to run most of your errands from your home. Unless you have a large vehicle that accommodates a full-sized scooter, a compact mobility scooter is a good choice for travel in automobiles.

Compact mobility scooters are designed for convenient travel. Depending on the model you choose, these scooters can fold down to fit into the trunk of a car, or be assembled and disassembled without requiring tools. ELDERLUXE even sells a scooter, the LUGGIE, that folds into its own suitcase for travel.

Many forms of public transportation, such as busses, trains, and subways, will also accommodate electric scooters. Check with your transportation authority for information about size restrictions that you must know when traveling with your mobility scooter.

7. What about your storage space(S)?

A compact mobility scooter is also a good choice for people who have limited storage room in their home. These easily collapsible electric scooters can be stored in closets or in a convenient corner.

It is also convenient if you have an electrical outlet in the area where you will want to store your scooter, so that it can be recharged when not in use.

8. Can the battery scooter handle the accessories you want?

Different models of medical scooter offer a range of accessories to go with them. From canopies to keep off the rain to storage for crutches or cargo, you have many options to consider.

For example, if you are planning to use your scooter for shopping trips, you’ll need to consider the question of where to store your cargo. The options for carrying items with your medical scooter vary widely, from baskets that attach to the handlebars to trailers that are pulled behind the scooter, and many options in between.

An electric mobility scooter that can accommodate the accessories that you need to achieve your goals will be paramount to you. Remember though, the more accessories you have on the scooter, the greater the weight and strain, limiting battery charge/life per charging.

9. How long will you demand your scooter run?

Smaller, lighter scooters have an advantage in that they provide less drain on the battery. If the time required to recharge a scooter throughout the day is too taxing, you might want to consider using a lighter model.

10. Will you buy your scooter online or offline?

Although shopping for a personal mobility scooter in a store is traditional, online shopping offers many advantages, especially for people who have trouble getting around. Online shopping for electrical scooters lets you compare quality, prices, accessories, and options from the comfort of your own home. ELDERLUXE.COM can help you in your decision making. Call us at 1.888.537.LUXE for advice. we only handle the very finest scooters at, with generous


  • The stability of a 4-wheel scooter with the turning radius and maneuverability of a 3-wheeler.
  • Extremely Portable: Easily disassembles, in seconds, into 5 easy-carry pieces, the heaviest of which is only 46 lbs.
  • Full Size, 400 watt Motor / 8K Transaxle, 70 amp Controller: Not a weak mini that one usually finds in portable scooters.  Made for America.
  • Full Front and Rear Suspension: The ONLY small scooter with a true mono-shock rear suspension and articulated front end, for a smoother ride.
  • Robust 300 lbs Capacity: Thanks to a true full-size motor and transaxle.
  • Large 9.5 x 3 in Flat-Free Solid Tires: Mounted on stylish aluminum alloy rims for worry-free travel and excellent ground clearance.
  • Includes 18Ah MK Batteries (full 1 year warranty): 12.5 mile range and nothing else to buy.
  • Indoor Delivery: Not just lift gate service.  We will place it in your garage.


  • Overall Length: 42 in (107 cm), 46 in (117 cm) w/Basket
  • Overall Width: 23 in (58.4 cm) at Armrests
  • Overall Height: 36 in (92 cm)
  • Deck Height: 5 in (13 cm)
  • Ground Clearance: 2.8 in (7.1 cm)
  • Wheelbase: 32.5 in (83 cm)
  • Wheel Track: 20 in (51 cm)
  • Turning Radius: 38.6 in (98 cm)
  • TRANSPORT Height:
    • Disassembled and Tiller Folded: 14 in (36 cm)
    • Tiller and Seat Folded, no Armrests: 17 in (43 cm)
    • Seat and Tiller Folded w/Armrests: 32 in (82 cm)
  • Seat Dimensions: 18 in (46 cm) W, 15.5 in (40 cm) D, 13.5 in (35 cm) H
  • Seat Cushion Height: Deck-18 in (46 cm), Floor-23 in (59 cm)
  • Foot Room: 10 in (24.5 cm)
  • Weight:
    • 71 lbs (33 kg) w/o Batteries
    • 116 lbs (53 kg) 18Ah Batteries
    • 43 lbs (21 kg) Disassembled, Heaviest Piece
  • Maximum Load: 300 lbs (136 kg)
  • Throttle: Wig-Wag
  • Tiller: Adjustable
  • Lighting:
    • Headlight: Optional
    • TailLight: N/A
    • Turn Signals: N/A
  • Rearview Mirror: N/A
  • Storage: Front Basket, 8.5 in W, 8 in D, 12 in H
  • Windshield: N/A
  • Cup Holder: Optional


  • Seat Dimensions: 18 in (46 cm) W, 15.5 in (40 cm) D, 13.5 in (35 cm) H
  • Seat Cushion Height: Deck-18 in (46 cm), Floor-23 in (59 cm)
  • Seat Type: Standard Folding w/ Deep Cushion and Flip-up Armrests
  • Seat Adjustability: 5 in (13 cm) Height, 360 degree Swivel


  • Motor: 450W / 0.60 Hp, 2 Pole Brush Motor  
  • Transaxle: 8K 
  • Brakes: Electro-magnetic
  • Suspension:
    • Front: Articulated
    • Rear: Mono Shock


  • Battery Type (2): Lead Acid (AGM), 18Ah / 12V
  • Charging Time: 6-8 hrs
  • Charger Type: 2 amp, Off-Board (120V/50-60 HZ)
  • Controller: 70 amp, PG Drives S Drive
  • Range: 12 miles (20 km)


  • Tires:
    • Front 9.5 x 3 in (24 x 8 cm), Solid
    • Rear 9.5 x 3 in (24 x 8 cm), Solid
  • Rims:
    • Front: Aluminum Alloy 6 in (15.5 cm) diameter
    • Rear: Aluminum Alloy 6 in (15.5 cm) diameter
  • Tire Pressure: N/A
  • Anti-Tipper Wheels: Rear


  • Speed: 5 mph (8 kph), maximum
  • Range: 12 miles (20 km)
  • Maximum Load: 300 lbs (136 kg)
  • Ground Clearance: 2.8 in (7.1 cm)
  • Approach Angle: 12 degrees, maximum Slope Angle
  • Turning Radius: 38.6 in (98 cm)


  • Frame: Three (3) years from the date of purchase on all structural frame components, including platform, seat post and frame. If any part is found upon examination to be defective in material and/or workmanship, it will be repaired or replaced, at manufacturers option, without charge.
  • Batteries: One (1) year from the date of purchase. Gradual deterioration in performance after 2 months is associated with fair wear and will be at the sole determined of ElderLuxe.
  • Motor: One (1) year from the date of purchase, if any part is found upon examination to be defective in material and/or workmanship, it will be repaired or replaced, at manufacturers option, without charge. In cases where there is an increase in the operational noise level, the warranty does not apply. (An increase in operational noise level usually occurs due to abusive and excessive strain on the scooter).
  • Electrical: One (1) year from the date of purchase, if any electronic component of the Scooter is found upon examination to be defective in material and/or workmanship, it will be repaired or replaced, at manufacturers option, without charge.
  • Other Components: One (1) year from the date of purchase, if any part or component of the Scooter is found upon examination to be defective in material and/or workmanship, it will be repaired or replaced, at manufacturers option, without charge.
  • LABOR CHARGES NOTE: Labor charges are NOT included. The purchaser is responsible for the delivery to the authorized repair facility. Satisfactory proof of purchase, serial number and the date of purchase are always required. For warranty service, please contact the dealer/company from whom you purchased your Scooter.
  • DO NOT RETURN faulty parts without prior consent: A request for a Return Authorization is required prior to returning items. All transportation costs and shipping damage incurred while submitting units and/or parts for repair or replacement are the responsibility of the original purchaser.


  • Consumable items which may need replacing due to normal wear and tear (tires, tubes, belts, bulbs, upholstery and seating, motor brushes, fuses, plastic shrouds and footrest covers, etc.)
  • Damaged caused by: battery fluid spillage or leakage, abuse, misuse, accident, or negligence, improper operation, excessive loading, maintenance, or storage, commercial use or use other than normal.
  • Used other than for the purpose of the purchaser’s mobility.
  • Repairs and/or modifications made to any part of the scooter without specific and prior consent from manufacturer.
  • Labor, service calls, shipping, and other charges incurred for repair of the product not approved by manufacturer.
  • Batteries carry a limited warranty which is subject to a stringent wear and tear clause. Any battery faults due to a defect in the original manufacture will normally become obvious within the first two months of use. Any gradual deterioration in performance after this period is normally associated with fair wear and tear, misuse or accidental damage and as such is not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.
  • There is no other express warranty. Implied warranties, including those of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to one (1) year from the date of the original purchase and to the extent permitted by law. Any and all implied warranties are excluded. This is the exclusive remedy. Liabilities for consequential damages under any and all warranties are excluded. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or do not allow the exclusion of limitation of incidental or consequential damages. So, the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.


  • Transaxles dictate the power, or torque, that is delivered to the axle to turn the scooter's wheels. The amount of torque dictates how much weight, or load, the scooter can carry.
  • Scooters have a standard transaxle in the 12 to 15 kph range (7.5 to 9.3 mph), usually rated for a 400-450 lb load.
  • Upgraded transaxles offer a 17+kph (10+mph) speed but reduced load capacity of 350 lb or less.
  • Upgraded transaxles require a wavier of liability waiver and may void the standard warranty.


  • Delivery Appointments: All ElderLuxe Scooters are delivered by appointment. Appointments are made with the phone number that you provide. Make sure you understand that the phone number you give has to be answered by someone during working hours.
  • Inside Delivery: Delivery drivers will lower the scooter pallet to the curb and move it to inside a garage/carport (not the house) and may assist with the unwrapping of the box and the opening the box for inspection (they are not required to do this for insurance purposes). It is your responsibility to drive the scooter off the pallet to the location where it will be charged for the first time. The driver will clean up the box and packing materials and remove it with the pallet. We recommend that you have them leave the box, pallet, and packing material, which they will do if you ask them.
  • Make sure you understand that returning the Scooter in NEW condition requires that it is re-boxed and palletized. So, if you have ANY doubts, keep the pallet and packaging.
  • Damage Notification: Call EV Rider (1-800-944-1997) immediately if you see anything out of place or damaged. If the shrink wrap is missing, the shipping box dented, the banding to the pallet broken, etc. The sooner we know, the faster we can address the problem.
  • Shipment Refusal Due to Damage: If the damage is severe, you may ask for authorization to refuse the shipment. This is rare. Most of the time, we can provide replacement parts for minor damage very quickly at no cost.


  • We recommend that disabled end-users have a helper available on the day they receive their scooters.
  • Batteries in the unit arrive with a ‘storage charge’ only and must be fully charged before you go for a long ride. Riding on the storage charge without completing a full charging cycle can damage the scooter’s electronic controller.
  • Understand where you are going to park the Scooter for recharging or how to remove the battery boxes to take the batteries to an outlet for charging.
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