I live in a place where powered wheel chairs are the norm...some Jazzy salesman must have made a killing here....and after they take away our drivers license...we get to have a golf cart to run up and down the streets at all hours of the day and night...its that or a small motor scooter that does not require a license...now thats a sight to behold
Actually, I was serious about hunting for a rolley whatever, but I can't find the one I saw someone using in the hospital I was in at the time waiting for medical transport.
This thing was so kewl it made me laugh out loud which prolly cheesed off the owner who deftly buzzed around me in the lobby and took off before I could inquire about the make and model (& price)
It looked exactly like a neat little automobile (it even had headlights, tail lites, and perhaps even turn signals.) The body was small and low to the ground, and the person sat high in a cumfy- looking seat (maybe a stirring wheel? maybe not) It looked like sumpin' a child would ride around on... WHAT THE HEY!?! If you're a "Geezerette" stuck riding a scooter..WHY NOT HAVE FUN WITH IT?
...and Maybe a TRAILER to Go-With:
. . . .*MEEP*MEEP*
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