I was recently at Disney Orlando for 5 very long walking days.
I was surround by many, many 3 and 4 wheel electric scooter type things, usually bright red. Most were rented at the park or nearby.
On the last day, I was passed by someone standing on what appeared to be a Mototec Electric Stand and Ride Trike.
It looked like an excellent option for my particular situation, so I did some research.
Disney Resorts calls these type of things. Electric Conveyance Vehicles.
They must have 3 or 4 wheels for stability, which excludes a 2 wheel Segway, Ninebot or any hoverboards.
The maximum "footprint" is 36 inches wide x 52 inches long.
The Mototec Trike is 32 inches wide x 44 inches long.
I have focused on the Mototec MT-TRK-800 with the 800 watt 48 volt motor., 16 inch front and 12 inch rear tires.
https://urbanscooters.com/products/moto ... tric-trike
They are priced between $600-700.
Does anyone have any opinions on the Mototec Stand and Ride Trikes
http://triadmotion.com/triad-750-electr ... ter-price/
Triad Electric Vehicles has what looks like customized versions of the Mototec. priced around $2000, with front suspension and a Knobby Tire.
and I quote " Triad Electric Vehicles is the only company to offer a “CERTIFIED” 750 watt motor for this class of vehicle"
The question is, what does it really mean for a motor to be Certified.
? It wonder if it means that each Motor has actually been run and tested from the assembly line, as opposed to 1 out of 10 ?
By the way, Frank at urbanscooters.com says Hi !
Mike In Battle Creek, Michigan.