TravelScoot Launches Mobile-Friendly Website for Mobility Scooter
TravelScoot, maker and distributor of the TravelScoot electric scooter, launched a revamped and mobile-friendly website recently at www.travelscoot.com. The site provides comprehensive information on the features of TravelScoot battery-powered scooters, explaining the adjustable elements, portability and lightweight aspects using video demonstrations and other media.
Chehalis, Washington, March 8, 2016 (Newswire.com) - TravelScoot, representing the manufacturer and worldwide distributors of TravelScoot electric scooters, launched its newly revamped website on March 3. The redesigned site presents comprehensive information about the innovative compact electric-powered scooter designed for use by individuals with some mobility challenges but still capable of independent living. The site, www.travelscoot.com, was restructured to explain the features of the lightweight and portable TravelScoot scooter in greater detail. The TravelScoot site was specifically configured for seamless access on mobile devices to make sure that users and potential users can access information about the scooter anytime and anywhere Internet access is available.
"You can take the TravelScoot scooter with you anywhere to be part of events with family and friends. It is the ultimate mobility solution for people who have a problem navigating long distances but are still capable of getting around," said Hartmut Huber, Inventor of TravelScoot.
You can take the TravelScoot scooter with you anywhere to be part of events with family and friends. It is the ultimate mobility solution for people who have a problem navigating long distances but are still capable of getting around.
Hartmut Huber, Inventor of TravelScoot
The TravelScoot scooter was invented by Hartmut Huber, a German mechanical engineer and amateur aircraft designer and builder. Huber suffered a leg injury from a hang glider accident while living in the U.S. Mobility became an issue with age, and traditional wheelchairs presented a portability problem especially when traveling. Huber used his engineering skills to design an electric scooter that was lightweight, adjustable, easily portable and powerful.
Weighing less than 30 pounds without the battery, the TravelScoot scooter was designed for portability. It folds easily to fit into a car trunk unlike a standard wheelchair that typically requires a lift or a trailer with hitch to load into a customized vehicle. For air travel, the TravelScoot can be disassembled to fit into an 86 X 31 X 25 cubic centimeter parcel. This mobility equipment approved for airline transport. It is light enough to lift over steps and thresholds, eliminating the need for accessibility ramps. The TravelScoot is available in the Shopper and Standard/Deluxe models, and each model can be ordered in junior versions for children and smaller-than-average adults.
TravelScoot is the brand name of the world's lightest mobility scooter. It is covered by a U.S. patent, and worldwide patents are pending. TravelScoot also refers to the network of distributorships that are licensed to sell and service the TravelScoot electric scooter. Distributors are located in the U.S., Germany, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Philippines, Peru, South Africa and Turkey.
To learn more about TravelScoot, please contact
504 Kirkland Road, Chehalis, WA 98532