Palmer Independence (Model 24)
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The Palmer Independence, model 24, is a powered three-wheeled scooter designed for one-handed, outdoor use by individuals with arthritis, mobility or neurological disabilities, or spinal cord injury. The scooter has full differential gear drive, detachable arms, a contoured loop steering wheel, and a dash panel on the steering bar that contains lights, horn, on/off key, and gear indicator light. A twist grip throttle is also located on the steering bar. This scooter is equipped with moped tires. POWER: Uses two group 24 batteries for a range of 25 miles or two group 31 batteries for a range of 50 miles. SPEEDS: Up to 13 miles per hour. OPTIONS: Cover; rear view mirror; seat cover; digital speedometer; trailer hitch; safety flag; and many others. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 72 x 30 x 38 inches. CAPACITY: 550 pounds. WEIGHT: 125 pounds without batteries.
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