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USER'S INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
SAFETY GUIDELINES
Warning! An authorised dealer or certified technician must perform the initial setup of
this scooter and must perform all of the procedures in this manual.
The symbols below are used throughout this User's Instruction Manual and on the scooter to
identify warnings and important information. It is very important for you to read them and
understand them completely before using the scooter.
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Warning! Indicates a potentially hazardous condition/situation. Failure to follow
designated procedures can cause either personal injury, component damage, or
malfunction. On the product, this icon is represented as a red triangle with red
exclamation mark.
Caution! Indicates situations where extra caution should be taken. These actions
should not be performed at any time or in any circumstances. These actions can
cause personal injury and/or equipment damage. On the product, this icon is
represented as a triangle with red border.
Please fill out the following information for quick reference:
Freerider dealer:_________________________________________________
Address:_______________________________________________________
Phone Number:_________________________________________________
Purchase Date:__________________ Serial Number:__________________
Note: This User's Instruction Manual is compiled from the latest specifications and product
information available at the time of publication. We reserve the right to make changes as
they become necessary. Any changes to our products may cause slight variations between the
illustrations and explanations in this manual and the product you have purchased. The latest/
current version of this manual is available on our website.
FOREWORD
Please read and follow all instructions in this User's Instruction Manual before attempting
to operate your scooter for the first time. If there is anything in this manual that you DO
NOT understand, or if you require additional assistance for setting it up, contact your nearest
authorised dealer.
Using your product safely depends upon your diligence in following the warnings, cautions
and instructions in this manual.
A full technical specification can be found at the rear of this manual.
Using your scooter safely also depends upon your good judgment and common sense, as well
as that of your dealer, caregiver or health professional.
CONTENTS
Introduction .....................................................................................................3
Purpose Of Your Scooter .................................................................................3
Rules For Safe Use .........................................................................................4
Getting To Know Your Scooter .........................................................................6
Comfort Adjustments .......................................................................................7
Operating Your Scooter ...................................................................................9
Freewheeling Your Scooter ............................................................................11
Safety Instructions & Warning .......................................................................12
Safety Warning & Instruction Labels ..............................................................17
Learning To Get About ...................................................................................18
Care & Maintenance .....................................................................................20
Batteries & Battery Charging .........................................................................22
Basic Fault Finding ........................................................................................23
Technical Specification ..................................................................................26
Classification .................................................................................................31
Optional Accessories .....................................................................................32
Guarantee Terms ..........................................................................................33
Service History ..............................................................................................34
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on the purchase of your scooter. Please read this User's Instruction Manual
carefully before you attempt to operate your scooter. Your User's Instruction Manual will
assist you to get the most from your machine.
This manual contains important information regarding the safe operation and maintenance of
your scooter.
If you have any queries concerning operation or maintenance, consult your authorised dealer.
Please keep in mind that the operator of the scooter is responsible for hazards occurring
to other people or their property.
Your scooter has numerous features not found on other power scooters. With proper care and
maintenance, you will enjoy many years of dependable service.
Please remember that when it comes to service and repairs, your authorised dealer knows
your scooter best.
PURPOSE OF YOUR SCOOTER
The scooter provides transportation for an elderly or disabled person. It can be used in a
variety of indoor and outdoor settings.
The intended user should possess some degree of ability with the use of both arms and hands,
reasonable balance and good eyesight, and a degree of spatial awareness.
The user should have received training in the use of the product, preferably in their normal
environment.
Your scooter should not be used in torrential rain or deep snow, on loose slippery surfaces and
slopes or on wet grass etc., which could become a danger to the rider,
or other road users.
DO NOT drive your scooter if you are under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication
that may affect your ability. If you are in doubt, consult your doctor.
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RULE FOR SAFE USE
These symbols below are used in this User's Instruction Manual to identify warnings and
cautions. It is very important for you to read and understand them.
Warning: Failure to note the warnings in this manual may result in personal injury.
Your scooter is a powerful machine. Please read all of the instructions in this manual before
operating your scooter. Follow notes carefully to ensure safety at all times.
ALWAYS make certain your machine is fully charged and in full working order before
starting your journey.
Weight Limitations:
Your scooter is rated for a maximum weight capacity of 136 kg (300 lbs).
1.
DO NOT ride your scooter without reading this instruction manual. Also read all of the
safety instructions and warning at the start of this manual.
2.
ONLY drive your scooter if your health condition will allow you to be safe.
3.
DO NOT exceed the maximum safe gradient outlined for your vehicle.
4.
DO NOT carry passengers or exceed the maximum carrying weight.
5.
DO NOT reverse your scooter onto uneven inclines or surfaces. Be cautious when
traversing slopes.
6.
DO NOT drive your scooter in a confined space unless the speed adjustment dial is set
low.
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DO NOT turn suddenly at full speed, especially on uneven or sloping ground.
8.
DO NOT drive your scooter where you cannot safely or legally walk.
9.
DO NOT drive your scooter unless the seat is locked into the driving position.
10. DO NOT drive your scooter over deep, soft terrain (eg. soft earth, deep grass, loose
gravel, snow).
11. DO NOT drive when under the influence of alcohol or certain drugs which may impair
your safety.
12. DO NOT climb or descend curbs that exceed the maximum dimension detailed under
technical specification of this manual. DO NOT turn when negotiating curbs.
13. ALWAYS approach obstacles at low speed.
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14. ALWAYS approach obstacles straight.
15. ALWAYS keep your feet on the vehicle when driving.
16. ALWAYS proceed carefully while riding, especially as you approach the downgrade of
a ramp.
17. ALWAYS reduce speed when descending inclines.
18. ALWAYS avoid uneven surfaces.
19. ALWAYS consult your physician or a therapist if in doubt about your ability to operate a
scooter.
20. Transport - DO NOT sit on your scooter while it is in a moving vehicle. ALWAYS strap
down your scooter then transfer to the vehicle seat.
21. The batteries fitted to your scooter are maintenance free and DO NOT require topping up
with distilled water.
22. DO NOT drive your scooter through deep water or clean with a high pressure hose.
23. DO NOT drive your scooter through sea sand or sea water, this is very corrosive.
ALWAYS wash salt splashing from the metal parts of your scooter with hot soapy water
as soon as possible.
24. DO NOT drive on motorways, highways (i.e. those with a speed limit of over 50mph),
cycle lanes or in bus lanes.
25. ALWAYS switch your lights on at night or in poor visibility. Wear reflective clothing.
26. If unintended movement or brake release occurs, turn the scooter OFF as soon as it is
safe.
27. Report all incidents of unintended movement or brake release to the scooter local dealer,
and note whether there is a source of EMI nearby.
Please remember you are a motorised pedestrian and must observe all rules and
regulations of other pedestrians wherever possible. Your scooter has been designed for
use on most roads. However, you still must drive it with care and attention. Please read
the "Safety instructions and warning" section of this manual.
Please have a safe journey!
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SCOOTER
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1. Adjustable steering handle bar
2. Console
3. Charging socket
4. Removable basket
5. Wireless battery pack
6. Floor mat
7. Plastic rear wheels with solid tyres
8. Solid front wheel
9. Adjustable seat
10. Rear bumper
11. Speed control dial
12. Steering lock pin
13. Seat swivel lever
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1. Adjustable steering handle bar
2. Console
3. Charging socket
4. Removable basket
5. Wireless battery pack
6. Floor mat
7. Plastic rear wheels with solid tyres
8. Solid front wheel
9. Adjustable seat
10. Rear bumper
11. Speed control dial
12. Steering lock pin
13. Seat swivel lever
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Your scooter is delivered fully assembled, fitting the two batteries and the seat assembly
together with some minor adjustments are detailed on the following pages, under "Operating
your scooter". A full technical specification for your scooter can be found at the rear of this
manual.
A great deal of thought has gone into the design of your four wheeled vehicle which will
allow you to negotiate obstacles found in confined shopping areas. Also, the four wheels will
give you added stability on uneven surface. This is just one of the features you will find on
your scooter.
Others are:
COMFORT - The contoured seat giving you day-long comfort. A fully proportional speedcontroller with a speed restriction facility allows you a smooth, safe jerk-free ride.
Caution: DO NOT switch "off" the on/off power key when you are moving; this will
automatically apply the motor parking brake suddenly and could place you in a dangerous
situation. Your scooter is fitted with anti-tipping wheels. DO NOT remove these anti-tipping
wheels, they are an important part of the scooter design provided specifically for your safety.
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COMFORT ADJUSTMENTS
Before setting out on your scooter, you need to make sure that your seat is in the correct
driving position. Your dealer will set the seat to the correct height for your individual needs.
The scooter has eight basic adjustments to assist your comfort.
1. Seat Lock Lever:
This allows the seat to swivel through 360 degree. Pull
up the seat lock lever fully to release the seat allowing
rotation. Release lever to lock the seat into the desired
position.
Caution: The seat locking lever must be
locked in place and be lifted up fully when
rotating the seat, failure to observe this may
result in unnecessary wear of the seat post.
Removing Seat From Scooter:
Note: When you want to remove the seat you must go through a special lifting point on the
mounting post. This lifted point is 90 degree counting from the horizontal direction.
(1) Pull up seat lock lever fully.
(2) In the meantime rotate the seat to 90 degree from the straight ahead position.(either left or
right side)
(3) Lift up and remove the seat carefully.
2. Seat Back Adjusted:
(1) Pulling up on the seat back adjustment lever, lean forward or backward to adjust the seat
back.
(2) Release the seat back adjustment lever once the seat is in a comfortable riding position.
Note: The seat back angle can be adjusted to a maximum angle of 102.8 degree.
3. Armrest Width Adjustment:
On each side at the rear of the seat you will find a large
black knob. By simply loosening this knob you are
able to slide the armrests in or out to whatever width
you desire. Re-tighten the knobs fully. You may need a
friend to assist you with this initial setting up operation.
This may extend the width of your scooter.
Caution: The backrest of your seat will not fully fold forwards if the armrests are
positioned too closely towards one another.
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Warning: DO NOT drive your scooter with the arms removed or in the raised
position.
The armrest angle can be adjusted individually to suit
your needs. To make adjustments to the armrest angle
you will need two 13mm spanners (not provided). Lift
the arm upwards, you will note the adjusting bolt. First
loosen the locking nut, rotate the bolt in or out until the
required angle is found, lower the arm and check the
angle for comfort; re-adjust as necessary. Finally tighten
the locking nut.
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Warning: When lowering the arm make certain clothing or fingers are not positioned
under it.
The seat as fitted to your scooter, has a fold down backrest. The seat has four height positions.
Your dealer will position the seat to allow you the most comfortable driving position.
4. Seat Height Adjustment:
You may need to alter the seat height setting at a later
date, please follow these instructions.
(1) Remove your seat from the scooter by lifting the seat.
With the aid of a 16mm wrench (not supplied) loosen
(2) the 10mm seat clamp fixing bolt from side of seat
post. Remove the 10mm fixing bolt and reposition the
bolt into one of the four preferred location holes of
the seat mounting tube.
(3) Re-tighten the 10mm fixing screw.
(4) Refit the seat onto your scooter.
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Warning: DO NOT have the seat set too high, you must be able to place both feet
firmly on the scooter's floor area. Stability will be reduced the higher your seat is set
on the mounting tube. ALWAYS take great care when cornering, lean into the corner
to achieve the best stability from your scooter.
5. Handlebar Adjustment:
The handlebar of your scooter is designed to allow you to position it in a comfortable
driving position. It can be locked into numerous positions or unlocked to move freely for
transportation. The handlebar lock is operated by a black lever positioned on the right hand
side of the handlebar. To release the handlebar from a locked position pull the black lever
upwards, the handlebar will now move freely, but under mild tension.
To lock the handlebar into a comfortable driving position,
simply push the black lever downwards until the
handlebar is locked firmly into position.
With the combination of the seat adjustments together
with the handlebar movement, you should find a suitably
comfortable driving position.
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Warning: ALWAYS make certain the handlebar locking lever is fully down and
the handlebar is securely clamped onto the chrome support plates before driving
your scooter. For service adjustment of this part, refer to the "Care & Maintenance"
section of this manual.
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OPERATING YOUR SCOOTER
Battery Condition
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1. Control Features:
Your controls are located on the handlebar console:
(1) Speed Adjustment Dial: This allows you to pre-select your desired top speed. The dial is
proportional to speed and can be set anywhere between minimum ("min") and maximum
("max") increments. Turn the dial knob anticlockwise to minimum for a very gentle
operation, and clockwise towards maximum to increase your speed.
Note: When attempting to climb obstacles, you will need to set the dial to a high setting.
Remember the higher position you set your speed dial to, the faster your scooter will
travel.
(2) Horn Buttons: Sounds a polite warning signal.
(3) Key Switch: Located at the lower right side of the control console. Insert the key and turn
clockwise. You will note after a second the needle on the battery state indicator moves
towards the green sector and the green status light illuminates. Your scooter is now ready
to drive. To switch off your machine turn the key anticlockwise. Remove the key when
your vehicle is left unattended. DO NOT attach heavy additional keys to your key ring,
the weight can damage the switch unit.
Caution: DO NOT switch to off when your scooter is moving. Failure to observe
this warning will result in the motor brake being applied suddenly and placing you
in a dangerous situation.
You should ONLY switch off when in motion in the case of an emergency. Continual use in
this mode may cause undue stress to the drive system and damage the main electronic speed
control unit. Be extremely cautious on slopes. Sit upright in your seat or your machine could
become less stable.
(4) Status Light: When you turn your scooter on the green light on your console will
illuminate at a constant rate. The status light is connected to a very sophisticated
diagnostic system which can identify faults which could occur on the main speed control
system or some other part of your scooter's electronic drive system. For instance if your
batteries run low in power, the status light will flash slowly at one flash a second; this
indicates your batteries need recharging.
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If you notice the status light flashing at two flashes per second, you are being notified
that the battery voltage is too low and you must stop using your scooter at the earliest
opportunity. Your status light has nine similar flashing diagnostic signals, reference to
these diagnostic codes is found under "Fault Finding" at the rear of this manual.
(5) Battery Condition Indicator: Located at the top of your console. When your scooter is
switched on, the needles on the gauge will move across the scale from the left "red" sector
towards the "green" sector, indicating the state of charge in your batteries. As the power is
used up in your batteries the needle will move toward s the red sector indicating the state
of charge at that precise time. When the needle is fully over to the right (green sector),
the batteries are fully charged. When the needle falls towards the red sector your batteries
are losing power, but you will still have power to spare. When the needle falls into the
red sector, your batteries are low in power and need to be re-charged, although you will
still have approximately half-an-hours normal flat pavement driving in reserve. It is not
recommended to use this power regularly as it will shorten the battery life. It is wise to recharge your batteries when the needle enters the red zone.
Note: When driving up a slope or similar obstacle, your scooter's motor will be working
hard, the battery gauge will move into the red sector, it will return towards the green
sector once the load on your motor is reduced, this does not indicate low batteries.
2. Forward, Reverse Control Lever (wig-wag):
Located under the handlebar grips. Your speed for forwards and reverse motion and braking
is controlled here. The right thumb lever moves your scooter in a forwards direction and also
controls the rate of speed by the proportional amount of pressure applied. The left thumb lever
moves the scooter in a reverse direction and controls the rate of speed by the pressure applied.
The lever when released will return itself, and you will gently stop. You will note that you
can obtain the reverse of this procedure by pulling the levers backwards with your thumb.
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Warning: DO NOT hang bags etc over the steering handlebars which could interfere
with the movement of your control lever. Failure to observe this warning could put
you in a dangerous situation.
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Warning: If you are not an accomplished outdoors powered vehicle driver, we
strongly recommend that you first practice in an open, safe area, free from traffic,
preferably with somebody who can assist you with this scooter.
3. Sleep Time:
When you rest your scooter with the electronics switched "on", you are using valuable battery
power. Your scooter will automatically go into a sleep mode to preserve battery energy after
approximately 15 minutes, the battery indicator and green status light goes off. To start your
scooter again simply switch the key switch to "off" and back to "on" again, your scooter is
now ready to go.
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FREEWHEELING YOUR SCOOTER
If for reasons of convenience, you require to push your scooter for a short distance, the drive
system can be put into "freewheel mode". This will allow your scooter to roll freely.
Freewheel Procedure:
The freewheel device is a red lever located at the rear right hand side of your scooter.
To freewheel your scooter first switch off the power switch located on the scooter's control
console.
Pull up the disengage lever until a distinct click is felt. You can now push your scooter with
ease.
DISENGAGE
BRAKE
Please note, in this mode with the power switch in the
off position, the braking safety system is automatically
activated when the scooter is pushed quicker than
walking speed, this is an automatic "run away" safety
checking system, it also reduces the risk of casual theft.
Note: The quicker you push your scooter the heavier the
brake will be applied.
To re-engage the drive system, simply push backwards on the red handled lever until a
distinct click is felt. Switch the power switch on your console off and then on, the green status
light will be fully illuminated and you will be able to drive your scooter once again.
ENGAGE
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Warning: DO NOT sit on your scooter with the freewheel device in the disengage
position. Your scooter has limited braking and will not drive in this mode, the green
status light on your console will flash five times.
Warning: If your scooter is in the freewheel mode when you turn on your power key
switch and depress your speed forward - reverse lever, you will not be able to move
under motor power. Dismount and re-engage the drive system by pulling backwards
on the red handled lever (engage).
Remount your scooter, switch the power switch off and on again until the green status light is
fully illuminated. Your scooter will now drive under motor power again.
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Warning: ALWAYS check that the freewheel device is in the drive position before
attempting to drive your scooter after it has been left unattended for a period of time.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an accident.
Note: If you are able to push your scooter the drive system is disconnected, DO NOT attempt
to drive your scooter. Please check once again the above mentioned procedure for reengaging the drive.
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Warning: If your batteries are disconnected from your scooter, there will be no
brake function in the freewheel mode. DO NOT leave your scooter unattended
in this situation as it could roll away causing damage to other parties or property.
ALWAYS re-engage the drive system when left unattended.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS & WARNING
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Warning: DO NOT attempt to operate your new scooter for the first time without
completely reading and understanding all of the facts in this User's Instruction
Manual.
Your scooter is a state-of-the-art device designed to enhance and increase your mobility.
Dealer provides a range of scooters to best suit the individual needs and circumstance of the
scooter user.
Please be aware that the final selection and purchasing decision regarding the model of
scooter to be used is the responsibility of the scooter user who is capable of making such a
decision with assistance from his/her healthcare professional (i.e. medical doctor, physical
therapist etc.) The contents of this User's Instruction Manual are based on the expectation
that the mobility device expert has properly fitted the scooter to the user and has assisted the
prescribing healthcare professional and/or the authorised dealer in the instruction process for
the safe use of the scooter.
There are certain situations, including some medical conditions, where the scooter user
will need to practice operating the scooter in the presence of a trained attendant. A trained
attendant can be defined as a family member or care professional specially trained in assisting
a scooter user in various daily living activities.
When you begin to use your scooter, you will probably encounter situations in which you
will need some practice. Simply take your time and you will soon become confident and in
control as you maneuver through doorways, on and off elevators, up and down ramps and
over moderate terrain. Below are some tips, precautions and other safety measures that will
help you to become accustomed to the safe operation of your scooter. Your scooter is fitted
with a number of "Safety Warning Instruction" labels. These labels communicate important
warnings or instructions. Please familiarise yourself with their location.
Get to know the feel of your scooter and it's capabilities. Dealer recommends that you perform
a safety check before each use to make certain your scooter operates smoothly and safely. For
details on how to perform these necessary inspections, see the "Care & Maintenance" section
of this manual. Perform the following inspection prior to using your scooter.
(1) Check all battery connections, making certain they are tight and not corroded.
(2) Check front basket is fitted correctly.
(3) Check batteries have been fully charged.
(4) Check operation of brakes.
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Warning: DO NOT carry passengers on your scooter. Your scooter is designed for
a single occupant which complies with legal requirements for pavement vehicles.
Carrying passengers on your scooter may result in personal injury and/or property
damage.
Weight Limit: Our scooter is rated for a maximum user weight limit of 136 kg (300 lbs.).
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Warning: Exceeding the weight limit will void your warranty and may result in
personal injury and damage to your scooter. Dealer will not be held responsible
for injuries and/or property damage resulting from failure to observe these weight
limitations. Please also remember when carrying heavy objects that this will increase
your weight and may make your scooter unstable.
Cornering: Excessively high cornering speeds can create the possibility of tipping. Factors
which affect the possibility of tipping include, but are not limited to, cornering speed, steering
angle (how sharply you are turning), uneven surfaces, included surfaces (such as heavily
cambered pavements), riding from an area of low traction to an area of high traction (such as
passing from grass areas to a paved area - especially at high speed while turning), and abrupt
directional changes. DO NOT corner at high speed! If you feel that you may tip over in a
corner, reduce your speed and steering angle to prevent your scooter from tipping.
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Warning: When cornering sharply, reduce your speed. When using your scooter at
higher speeds, anticipate changes in the road surface. This will greatly reduce the
possibility of a tip or fall. To avoid personal injury or property damage, ALWAYS
exercise common sense when cornering.
Braking: Your scooter is equipped with two powerful brake systems:
(1) Regenerative: Uses the electricity generated in your scooter drive motor to rapidly slow
your scooter when the speed direction lever is returned to the centre (neutral drive) stop
position.
(2) Electric/Mechanical Disc Park Brake: Located on the end of your drive motor it
activates mechanically after the regenerative brake slows your scooter to a near stop, or
when power is removed from the drive system for any reason, as in the case of switching
your machine off.
Brake engagement is far more abrupt at higher speeds. It is important that you anticipate
when the brakes will engage and that you are braced for the resulting deceleration.
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Warning: Your scooter can decelerate very quickly. DO NOT decelerate or turn
abruptly when traveling at high speed unless absolutely necessary. If it is necessary
to decelerate or turn abruptly when driving at high speed, brace yourself by gripping
the steering handlebar tightly and positioning your feet firmly on the floorboard.
Users who can not grip the handlebar tightly and/or place their feet firmly against
the footboard should avoid deceleration from or turning abruptly at high speed, and
therefore should avoid traveling at high speed. Failure to observe this warning could
result in serious personal injury and property damage. ALWAYS brace yourself
firmly when decelerating your scooter.
Never drive down slopes at full speed, ALWAYS adjust your speed to the driving
condition and allow for gradual descents on inclines.
Outdoor Driving Surfaces: Your scooter is designed to provide optimum stability under
normal driving conditions i.e. dry, level surfaces composed of concrete or asphalt. However
dealer recognizes that there will be times when you will encounter other surfaces such as
packed soil, grass and gravel. These surfaces may not be sound and fail to give good traction,
caution should be considered before driving on this type of surface to prevent stability
problems resulting in injury or damage to your scooter.
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(1) Reduce your scooter's speed to the "Low" switch position when driving on uneven terrain
or soft surfaces.
(2) Avoid long and unsafe grass that can become tangled in the running gear or may hide
debris and holes.
(3) Avoid snow, this can quickly build up around your wheels.
(4) Avoid loosely packed sand and gravel.
(5) If you feel unsure about a driving surface, please anticipate and avoid that surface.
Street And Roadway Driving:
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Warning: Your scooter has been designed for operation on public streets and roads.
It is also designed for operation on pedestrian pavements and traffic free shopping
areas.
Your scooter must be driven with due care and compliance with the Road Traffic Acts and
conditions of the Highway Code. ALWAYS obey all local pedestrian traffic rules. Wait until
your path is clear of traffic, and then proceed with extreme caution.
Note: ALWAYS wear light or illuminating clothing when driving your scooter. Be aware that
it may be difficult for traffic to see you when you are seated on your scooter. ONLY drive your
scooter on the road when a public pavement is available (i.e. in the countryside) or when
crossing the roadway from one pavement to another.
Insurance: Although at this moment in time it is not a legal requirement for accident
insurance cover (third party), it is a sensible precaution. Your authorised dealer will be able
to give you details of specialist insurance companies or your own insurance company will be
able to advise you.
Weather Precautions:
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Warning: Dealer recommends that you DO NOT operate your scooter in icy or
slippery conditions or on salted surfaces i.e. Roads and Pavements etc. Such use may
result in accident, personal injury or adversely affect the performance and safety of
your scooter.
Warning: Dealer recommends that you DO NOT expose your scooter to any type
of heavy moisture at any time i.e. rain, snow or power washer. Such exposure can
damage your scooter. Never drive through deep water or expose your scooter to sea
water.
Note: Salt is very corrosive to metal and electronic components. Following use in
winter or exposure to sea sand and water, your scooter should be washed with a mild
soap and water to remove all ingress of salts.
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Watning: DO NOT use a power hose. DO NOT operate your scooter if it has been
exposed to moisture, until it has been thoroughly dried out.
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Motor Vehicle Transportation: Currently there are no standards approved for "tie down"
systems in a moving vehicle of any type to transport a person while seated in a scooter.
Although your scooter may be equipped with a belt, this is not designed to provide proper
restraint during motor vehicle movements. Anyone traveling in a motor vehicle should be
properly secured in the motor vehicle seat with a safety belt fastened securely.
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Warning: DO NOT sit on your scooter while it is in a moving vehicle. Personal
injury may result.
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Warning: ALWAYS make certain that your scooter is properly secured when being
transported. Failure to comply may result in personal injury and/or damage to your
scooter.
Accessing Your Scooter: Getting on and off your scooter requires a good sense of balance.
Please observe the following tips when getting on and off your scooter.
(1) Make certain your scooter is switched off at the power switch, and the power key is
removed.
(2) Ensure your scooter is not in the freewheel mode.
(3) Make certain the seat and handlebars are locked firmly into position.
(4) The seat armrests can be lifted up to make access easier. Make certain you DO NOT
attempt to drive with the armrests raised.
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Warning: Position yourself as far back into the scooter seat as possible to prevent
tripping and causing injury.
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Warning: Avoid using the armrests for weight bearing purposes, such use may cause
the scooter to tip and cause personal injury and/or damage to the scooter.
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Warning: Avoid putting weight onto the steering handlebars, such use may cause the
scooter to tip and cause personal injury and/or damage to the scooter.
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Warning: Avoid putting all of your weight onto the footboard, such use may cause
the scooter to tip and cause personal injury.
Modifications: we has designed your scooter to provide maximum mobility. A range of
accessories are available from authorised dealer, to further customise your scooter needs.
However, under no circumstances should you modify, add, remove or disable any feature, parts
or function of your machine.
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Warning: Failure to observe this warning may result in personal injury and/or
damage to your scooter.
Inclines: More and more modern buildings are designed with disability access in mind. Ramps
have specified percentage of designed for easy and safe access. Some ramps may have turning
switchbacks (180 degree turns) that require you to have good cornering skills on your scooter.
(1) Proceed with extreme caution as you approach the downgrade of a ramp or other incline,
sit right back in Your seat, brace your arms on the handlebars and your feet on the
floorboard.
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(2) Take a wide arc with your scooter's front wheels around tight corners, your rear wheels
will follow preventing you from cutting the corner short and bumping or getting hung up
on raised kerbs.
(3) When descending an incline keep your speed adjustment set to the slowest speed setting
to ensure a safely controlled descent and driving in a forward direction ONLY. If your
scooter descent is quicker than you anticipated allow the scooter to completely stop, then
progress at a slower speed setting.
Warning: Never drive down an incline at full speed.
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(4) When climbing an incline, try to keep your scooter moving, if you must stop, start up again
slowly and then accelerate smoothly with caution. Avoid sudden stop starts, lean forward
towards your handlebars to increase stability and prevent rearward tripping.
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Warning: When climbing an incline, DO NOT zig-zag or drive at an angle up the
face of the incline. Drive your scooter smoothly up the incline without stopping, this
greatly reduces the possibility of a tip or fall.
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Warning: You should not travel over a potentially hazardous incline i.e. areas
covered with ice or snow, cut grass or wet leaves or any unstable surface.
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Warning: DO NOT overload your scooter, at the rear when climbing an incline.
ALWAYS lean forward to provide the best stability and prevent rearward tripping.
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Warning: Any attempt to climb or descend an incline steeper than shown in the
scooter specification at the rear of this manual may put your scooter in an unstable
position and cause it to tip resulting in personal injury.
Note: Never remove the anti-tip wheels of your scooter, they are an important part of your
scooter design.
Stairs And Escalator:
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Warning: Scooters are not designed to travel up or down stairs or escalators.
ALWAYS use an elevator. Failure to observe this warning may result in injury to
yourself and others and damage your scooter.
Preventing Unintended Movement:
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Warning: If you anticipate being seated in a stationary position for an extended
period of time turn off the power key switch, this will prevent unexpected motion due
to inadvertent movement of the direction control lever. Failure to observe this warning
may result in personal injury.
Disposal Of Elector-mobile Scooter:
In time when your scooter becomes
unusable it must be disposed of in
accordance with the laws implemented at
that time. For further information regarding
the recycling arrangements for this type
of vehicle and its batteries, contact your
6 degree maximum incline
6 degree maximum incline
local authority or government department,
details of this can be found in your telephone directory or your approve dealer .
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SAFETY WARNING & INSTRUCTION LABELS
The following labels are positioned on your scooter, they communicate important
warnings or instructions regarding the safe operation of your scooter. Please
familiarise yourself with their location.
ENGAGE
Control console label
Located on the top of the scooter’s
rear cover (under seat)
Data serial plate located on
front Wheel cross member
Located on front of
handlebar cover
Wiring diagram for batteries
located under rear cover
Located at leftside rear
of battery pack near
charging socket
EC REP
Located on the top
righside of the battery pack
(under seat)
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Located at the left
hand rear cover of
Scooter
Freerider Luggie UK Ltd
(www.freeridernetwork.com)
Unit 2C Acre Park, Dalton Lane
Keighley West Yorkshire, BD21 4JH, UK
PL06-0101
Located on front wheel cross member
LEARNING TO GET ABOUT
1. Basic Driving:
Make certain you are comfortably seated on your scooter and both armrests are down. Ensure
that the "Speed Adjustment Dial" is turned to minimum for your first drive. When you have
become more confident you can increase the setting to a higher speed. Push the right "Thumb
Lever Control" as described earlier. You will very gently move forwards. Release the lever,
and you will gently stop. Practice these two basic functions until you get used to them.
Steering the scooter is easy and logical by turning the handlebars in the direction you wish to
maneuver.
2. Incline Control:
When you approach an incline, it is best to lean forward. This moves the center of gravity
of your scooter towards the front of the scooter for improved stability. When going down
an incline, keep your speed slow. This will keep you in a safely controlled descent. It is best
to lean backwards; this moves the center of gravity of your scooter towards the rear of the
scooter for improved stability. If you wish to stop completely, release the control lever, and
you will come to a gentle stop, avoid sudden stop or starts.
Normal driving position
Increased Stability driving position
3. Control Over Stationary Obstacles:
Stationery obstacle (steps, curbs etc.) must be avoided where possible. Proceed with extreme
caution when driving near raise surfaces, unprotected ledges and / or drop offs such as curbs,
porches, stairs etc.
Most new pavements have wheelchair access ramps at intersections, use these at all times.
Plan your route where possible to avoid poor and uneven surfaces. DO NOT attempt to ride
up or down curbs as you may ground your scooter and damage it's construction.
Correct
Incorrect
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4. Control Over Grass & Gravel ETC.
Care must be taken when attempting to drive over soft surfaces such as those found in parks
etc. The surface may look level, but this can be deceiving and hidden dangers may make your
scooter become unstable or grounded. Avoid unkempt grass, loose deep gravel or sand. DO
NOT exceed the capabilities of your scooter. ALWAYS have an attendant to assist you in
circumstances where you are not certain of the terrain. ALWAYS anticipate and think safety.
Caution: Because of the power of your scooter, you will be able to climb inclines.
But the maximum safe gradient limit is 6 degree. The reason for this is to ensure
good stability.
ALWAYS have the anti-tipping wheels fitted to your
scooter. They are an important part of your scooters
design and reduce the likely hood of backward tipping.
ALWAYS avoid where possible turning on slopes or
climbing curbstones. ALWAYS make certain that your
scooter is in full working order and your batteries are fully charged before attempting to
drive. Never attempt to drive beyond the design capability of your scooter. Observe weather
conditions. Tyres can slip on wet or icy surfaces.
DO NOT DRIVE THROUGH DEEP WATER OR LEAVE YOUR SCOOTER
EXPOSED TO HEAVY RAIN.
i.e. During or after a thunderstorm.
DO NOT attempt to turn when negotiating an incline, ONLY turn when all wheels are fully
on or off the incline; failure to observe this warning could result in the machine becoming
unstable and toppling over. ALWAYS lean forward when ascending an incline and backwards
when descending an incline. This will enable you to maintain good stability and will eliminate
any chance of a rear or forward upset.
Note: The rear stability of your scooter is dependent on a number of factors which you should
consider before attempting to climb an incline or other obstacle:
(1) Your height;
(2) The height of your seat;
(3) Your weight;
(4) The angle of the incline you are attempting to climb.
All of these factors can affect the rear stability of your scooter. If you are unsure of your
capability to climb an obstacle, then try another route.
ALWAYS think "safety first".
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CARE & MAINTENANCE
Your scooter, like any other electro-mechanical machine, will benefit from regular servicing
by your dealer. You too, can help keep your scooter in good condition by following a simple
guide to home maintenance.
Note: ONLY competent people should carry out service work.
Seat Upholstery:
A damp cloth and a little soapy water will keep your seat, backrest and arms looking smart.
DO NOT use abrasive cleaners as this will damage the coating. Upholstery can be damaged
by chemical cleaners.
The coating material can also degrade over a period of time due to contamination by natural
oils in the hair and skin or from medicated power products. Ultra-violet light can also reduce
the life of the upholstery coating material. This is a normal ageing process and cannot be
guaranteed.
Bodywork:
The painted bodywork on your scooter can be lightly washed with clean soapy water. DO
NOT use abrasive cleaners or strong detergents. This could fade the color; shampoo for
automobile works well. Remove salt contact as this is very corrosive to bright metal parts.
Caution: DO NOT hose down your scooter with a powerful cleaner. Water could
be forced into the electronics and cause permanent damage. On the painted finish,
be cautious not to wash with a dirty cloth as this could scratch the paint finish.
Auto polish can be used to keep the paintwork and bright chrome parts in pristine
condition.
The metal framework of your scooter should be cleaned twice a year and any paintwork
damaged should be treated to prevent further attack from the elements. Wash regularly if
contact is made with road or sea salt, this is very corrosive.
DO NOT store your scooter in damp conditions. This may affect the electronics if left for
very long periods of time. Moisture, if left unattended can cause deterioration on metal work,
protect with proprietary cleaners.
Electronics:
Servicing of the drive electronics and charger should ONLY be carried out by your local
service dealer. These units are sealed and should not be opened.
Broken Seals Will Invalidate Your Guarantee:
DO NOT operate your scooter in exceptional weather conditions, ie. very heavy rain or wind.
Cover your machine up if it is to be left unattended and outside for a long period of time.
DO NOT drive through deep water with your scooter. This could damage the electronic speed
controller. Sea and road salts are very corrosive and should be neutralized quickly.
Drive Transmission Lubrication:
This unit is factory filled and will not normally need additional lubrication.
Note: Your scooter transmission is filled with a special lubricant. DO NOT attempt to
force grease into the transmission as this will contaminate the original lubrication and will
invalidate your guarantee.
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Caution: Take care when handling the transmission, keep well away from clothing.
It is normal to find a light film of lubrication around this part.
Motor Brakes:
Safety Note: For your own safety, we recommend that you check the function of your scooter
brakes prior to a journey.
Motor Brake: If the motor brake is functioning correctly and the drive is engaged you will not
be able to push your machine when it is switched off. Or switched on with the speed control
lever in the "zero speed", central position.
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Warning: If your scooter can be pushed as described above, the motor brake could
be faulty. Please DO NOT use, contact your local dealer.
Note: Check the Freewheeling Instructions of this manual.
Driving Brake:
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Warning: When you drive your scooter and you let go of the speed control lever
your scooter should reduce speed very quickly. If you notice a change in the normal
slowing/braking condition of your scooter and it does not slow down quickly, please
DO NOT use your machine, and contact your local dealer.
Tyres
Check the condition of your tyres regularly. Look for
signs of wear, cuts and foreign objects lodged in the
tread. Tyres should be replaced when the tread is worn
to 0.5mm.
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BATTERIES & BATTERY CHARGING
1. Battery Installation:
Your scooter is equipped with two maintenance free 12 volt 12Ah or 18Ah batteries. The
batteries are linked together by wiring cables to supply the electronic system with 24 volts of
power.
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Warning: It is imperative that the two batteries are connected correctly to prevent
a short circuit between the two batteries. When first installing the batteries follow
these assembly instructions.
(1) Connect the labeled positive (+) wire to the positive (+) terminal of the battery, with the
screw, nut and washer provided.
(2) Connect the labeled negative (-) wire to the negative (-) terminal of the battery, with the
screw, nut and washer provided.
(3) Repeat this procedure on the second battery making certain the plastic red/black
terminal covers are secured over each terminal.
(4) Sit on the seat and switch on your scooter, the battery meter will now move to show the
state of charge in the batteries and your scooter is ready to drive.
2. Battery Charging:
Your scooter has a lot of power. To ensure it works
to its full potential you must maintain both batteries
on full charge. Nightly recharging, after use, will
help you to give them a longer life and will ensure
your scooter is ALWAYS ready to go when you are.
ONLY use the charger supplied with your scooter;
other makes of charger may permanently damage
your batteries and would invalidate the guarantee.
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BASIC FAULT FINDING
If your scooter will not start:
(1) Check that the power key switch is turned "on". If it is, the battery condition indicator
meter will be operating. If the green status light on your console is flashing once per
second, charge your batteries.
If the battery condition meter and the green status light fail to operate when the key switch is
in the "on" position, check the following:
(2) Make sure the battery charger is not plugged into the charge socket, this will prevent the
scooter from driving.
(3) Check both battery connectors. Check battery terminal condition.
(4) Check the circuit breaker.
If your scooter stops for no apparent reason, it is probably due to the circuit breaker
disconnecting from the speed control electronic box.
On rare occasions, a temporary overload on the electric circuit can occur – for instance when
climbing a steep incline. If this happens, reset the circuit breaker, wait for two minutes to
allow the temperature activated switch to cool down. Locate the plunger on the circuit breaker
through the access hole. Place a finger onto the circuit breaker and press down on the plunger
until it remains down. You are now ready to drive again. If the circuit breaker trips up again
wait for 5 minutes and try again.
1. Fault Diagnosis:
Faults with the main speed controller are rare. Most faults on powered vehicles are associated
with wiring or misconnections due to poor maintenance or incorrect installation of connectors
when assembling the scooter after transportation in a car.
If your scooter should fail to operate, you will be assisted in diagnosis and locating the area
of the fault by observing the number of flashes emitted from the "green" status light on your
control console.
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2. Charging Circuit Fuse:
One fuse protects your scooter charging circuit from receiving an overload of electrical
current. The fuse used in the scooter is the same type which is found on automobiles. In the
unlikely event that a fuse should "blow" and needs replacing.
Use ONLY a fuse of a 40 amp rating. Please note this size of fuse has been selected to give
your scooter the best protection without premature fusing.
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Warning: DO NOT use fuses with a higher rating than 40 amps as this may cause
permanent failure to the wiring and wiring connectors or personal injury. For access
to a fuse remove the screws located in the battery box cover, and then lift the cover.
Locate and lift the fuse block on its wire, lift up the fuse lid and withdraw the "red" fuse.
Replace the blown fuse with recommended 40 amp (orange) fuse, close fuse lid and replace
fuse block.
The scooter ONLY uses a fuse of a 40 amp rating. Please note this size of fuse has been
selected to give your scooter the best protection without premature fusing.
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3. Status Fault Codes
FLASH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
25
Description
Meaning
The batteries are running low.
Recharge the batteries.
The batteries have run out of charge.
Recharge the batteries.
Low Battery Fault
Check the battery and associated connections and
wiring.
Battery voltage is too high. This may occur if
overcharged &/or travelling down a long slope.
High Battery Fault
If travelling down a slope, reduce your speed to
minimise the amount of regenerative charging.
The motor has been exceeding its maximum current
rating for too long.
T h e s c o o t e r m a y h a v e s t a l l e d . Tu r n t h e
controller off, leave for a few minutes and turn
Current Limit Time-out
back on again.
The motor may be faulty. Check the motor and
associated connections and wiring.
Either a park brake release switch is active or
the park brake is faulty.
Check the park brake and associated connections
Park Brake Fault
and wiring.
Ensure any associated switches are in their correct
positions.
Either a stop function is active or a charger inhibit or
OONAPU condition has occurred.
Throttle OONAPU (Out Release the Stop condition (seat raised etc.)
Of Neutral At Power Up) Disconnect the battery charger
Ensure the throttle is in neutral when turning the
controller on.
The throttle may require re-calibration.
The throttle, speed limit pot, their associated wiring
may be faulty.
Speed Pot Fault
Check the throttle and speed pot and associated
connections and wiring.
The motor or its associated wiring is faulty.
Motor Voltage Fault
Check the motor and associated connections and
wiring.
The controller may have an internal fault.
Other error
Check all connections and wiring.
Battery Low
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model Number
FR168-3A3 (12Ah or 18Ah)
Maximum Safe Slope
6 degree
Maximum Climbing Ability
6 degree
100.0 cm (39.37 inches) for 12Ah
99.0 cm (38.98 inches) for 18Ah
52.0 cm (20.47 inches) for 12Ah
54.5 cm (21.46 inches) for 18Ah
43.6 kg (95.92 lbs.) for 12Ah
47.6 kg (104.72 lbs.) for 18Ah
35.0 kg (77.00 lbs.)
4.3 kg (9.46 lbs.) for 12Ah
6.3 kg (13.86 lbs.) for 18Ah
87.0 cm (34.25 inches)
Overall Length*2
Overall Width*2 at wheels
Total Weight with Batteries
Total Weight Without Batteries
Battery Weight (Each)*4
Turning Radius
Speed (Maximum)*1
Range Per Charge*1*5
Ground Clearance
Weight Capacity
Standard Seating
Drive System
Dual Braking System
Tyres
Battery Requirements*³
Battery Charger
4 mph (6.0 kph)
8 miles (13.0 km) for 12Ah
10 miles (16.0 km) for 18Ah
3.5 cm (1.38 inches)
300 lbs. (136 kg)
Type: Foldable
Weight (w/armrests): 11.2 kg (24.64 lbs.)
Material: Black Vinyl
Dimensions: 16.14 inches (41.0 cm) depth
15.35 inches (39.0 cm) width
Rear-wheel drive, sealed transaxle,24 volt DC motor
Electronic, regenerative, and electromechanical
Type: PU solid
12Ah: Front & Rear 7.5 inches (19.1 cm)
18Ah: Front 7.5 inches (19.1 cm) & Rear 8.5 inches
(21.6 cm)
Type: 12 volt, deep cycle, AGM
Size: 12Ah or 18Ah
QTY: 2
2-amp charger
Please view the " * " mark at page.28
Note: All specifications subject to change without notice.
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Model Number
FR168-4A (12Ah or 18Ah)
Maximum Safe Slope
6 degree
Maximum Climbing Ability
6 degree
2
Overall Length*
2
Overall Width*
Total Weight with Batteries
Total Weight Without Batteries
Battery Weight (Each)*4
Turning Radius
Speed (Maximum)*1
Range Per Charge*1*5
Ground Clearance
Weight Capacity
Standard Seating
Drive System
Dual Braking System
Tyres
Battery Requirements*³
Battery Charger
110.0 cm (43.31 inches)
54.5 cm (21.46 inches) at wheels
110.44 lbs. (50.2 kg) for 12Ah
119.24 lbs. (54.2kg) for 18Ah
91.52 lbs. (41.6 kg)
4.3 kg (9.46 lbs.) for 12Ah
6.3 kg (13.86 lbs.) for 18Ah
133.0 cm (52.36 inches)
4 mph (6.0 kph)
8 miles (13.0 km) for 12Ah
10 miles (16.0 km) for 18Ah
5.5 cm (2.17 inches)
300 lbs. (136 kg)
Type: Foldable
Weight (w/armrests): 11.2 kg (24.64 lbs.)
Material: Black Vinyl
Dimensions: 16.14 inches (41.0 cm) depth
15.35 inches (39.0 cm) width
Rear-wheel drive, sealed transaxle,24 volt DC motor
Electronic, regenerative, and electromechanical
Type: PU solid
Front 7.5 inches (19.1 cm) & Rear 8.5 inches (21.6 cm)
Type: 12 volt, deep cycle, AGM
Size: 12Ah or 18Ah
QTY: 2
2-amp charger
Please view the " * " mark at page.28
Note: All specifications subject to change without notice.
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*1. Varies with user weight, terrain type, battery amp-hour (Ah), battery charge, battery
condition and tyre condition.
These specifications can be subject to a variance of (+/- 10%).
*2. Due to manufacturing tolerances and continual product improvement, this
specification can be subject to a variance of (+ or - 3%).
*3. AGM battery required.
*4. Battery weight may vary based on manufacturer.
*5. Tested in accordance with ANSI/RESNA, WC Vol2, section 4 & ISO 7176-4
standards. Results derived from theoretical calculations based on battery specifications
and drive system performance test conducted at maximum weight capacity.
Features
• Delta tiller with wraparound handles
• Exclusive stylish, lightweight, non-scuffing, black, low-profile wheels
• Easy access tiller-mounted charger port
Options
• Combined Basket, Stick/Crutch holder
• Stick/Umbrella holder
• Oxygen tank holder
• Saddle (Seat) bag
The information contained herein is correct at the time of publication; we reserve the right to
alter specifications without prior notice. Speed & range vary with user weight, terrain type,
battery charge, battery condition and tyre pressure. Due to manufacturing tolerances and
continual product improvement, length, width, turning radius and ground clearance can be
subject to variance of + or – 3 %.
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FR168-3A3(12Ah)
TURNING RADIUS
87cm [34.25”]
52cm [20.47”]
MAX:82cm [32.28”]
MIN:74.5cm [29.33”]
MAX:52.5cm [20.67”]
MIN:45cm [17.72”]
3.5cm [1.38”]
3cm [1.18”]
100cm [39.37”]
FR168-3A3(18Ah)
TURNING RADIUS
87cm [34.25”]
54.5cm [21.46”]
MAX:82cm [32.28”]
MIN:74.5cm [29.33”]
MAX:52.5cm [20.67”]
MIN:45cm [17.72”]
3.5cm [1.38”]
4cm [1.57”]
99cm [38.98”]
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FR168-4A (12Ah/18Ah)
TURNING RADIUS
133cm [52.36”]
54.5cm [21.46”]
MAX:86.5cm [34.05”]
MIN:79cm [31.10”]
MAX:53.5cm [21.06”]
MIN:46cm [16.14”]
5.5cm [2.17”]
5cm [1.97”]
110cm [43.31”]
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CLASSIFICATION
Type "B" indoor / with some outdoor capabilities (EN12184:1999) Class 2 (Highway
Regulations 1988).
Maximum safe climbing angle: 6 degree for FR168-3A3 and FR168-4A
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Warning: The safe climbing angle is measured with the seat in the highest
position, and maximum weight capacity. The motor on your scooter is powerful
and may be able to climb a steeper incline than the maximum safe climbing
angle. Exceeding the safe climbing angle may put you at risk of injury. On
no account must you attempt to climb an incline of more than 6 degree.
This will exceed the rear stability of your scooter.
Range Per Charge: 1. FR168-3A3 (12Ah), 8 miles (13.0km)
2. FR168-3A3 (18Ah), 10 miles (16.0km)
3. FR168-4A (12Ah), 8 miles (13.0km)
4. FR168-4A (18Ah), 10 miles (16.0km)
Note: Range varies with weight, terrain, temperature, battery condition etc. and is
subject to manufacturing tolerances. Your battery will require a period of "breaking
in" before they will reach their optimum capacity (up to 20 charge, discharge cycles
can be expected) before full range is experienced. Refer to the battery charging section
of this manual.
Tire Size: 1. FR168-3A3(12Ah), Front & Rear 7.5inches (19.1cm), PU solid
2. FR168-3A3(18Ah), Front 7.5 inches (19.1cm) & Rear 8.5inches (21.6cm), PU solid
3. FR168-4A, Front 7.5 inches (19.1cm) & Rear 8.5inches (21.6cm), PU solid
Batteries: AGM battery with 12Ah or 18Ah
Charger: AC input.100-240 volt, 50/60Hz
DC output 24 volt. 2 Amp for AGM battery
Conforms to: EN60335-2-29 and EN12184
EN12184: 1999 (Clause 9.8)
EN55022: 2010, Class B
IEC61000-4-2/ IEC61000-4-3
EMI/RFI: Field strength tested to 20V/m compliance
Electrical System: 24 volt DC
Drive System: Rear wheel, direct drive via sealed drive axle
Motor: 24 volt DC
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
For information and installation method regarding these optional accessories please contact
your authorised dealer. (Dealer information please refer to the back cover)
Combined Basket, Stick / Crutch Holder
Combining the usefulness of the rear basket and the
stick / crutch holder.
Stick / Umbrella Holder
Ideal way to carry walking aids.
Oxygen Holder
Conveniently fits over the seat back rest, designed to
accept a standard mobile N.H.S. issue oxygen bottle.
Saddle (Seat) Bag
Looking for somewhere to store rainproof hats,
scarves and gloves, just in case you get caught out in
a shower? Use the saddle storage bag.
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GUARAN TEE TERM S
Please keep a note of your serial number.
(This is located on the front frame tube, under the front chassis cover).
Your scooter is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of purchase against faults arising
due to defects in manufacture or materials. This guarantee does not detract from, but is in
addition to your legal rights. Parts replaced or repaired under the terms of this guarantee will
be covered for the balance of the 12 months period.
This guarantee applies ONLY to parts supplied or approved by authorised dealer.
This guarantee is not transferable.
Note: Extended guarantee insurance can be arranged by your dealer. The dealer will
be able to advise the extra cost for extended guarantee insurance.
METAL WORK:
Metal components, such as the framework and bright metal parts require special attention and
may deteriorate in certain conditions. Moisture and salt may corrode parts left unattended,
proprietary auto cleaner polishes should be used to prevent long term damage. Failure to
clean and protect these components may void your warranty.
SPEED CONTROLLER:
Servicing of the speed controller or battery charger must ONLY be carried out by your local
authorised distributor. Any attempt to open or dismantle these items render the guarantee void
on that item.
BATTERIES:
Batteries carry a limited 12 month guarantee from the original manufacturer 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 the performance after this period is normal and associated with fair wear and
tear, misuse or accidental damage and as such is not covered by the manufacturers warranty.
(Batteries are guaranteed as single parts, ONLY the failed part is replaceable)
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Warning: DO NOT attempt to open the battery vent plugs.
SERV I C E H IS TORY
This section is designed to assist you in keeping a record of any service and repairs to your
scooter. If you decide to sell or exchange your scooter in the future, this will prove most
helpful to you. Your service dealer will also benefit from a documented record and this book
should accompany the scooter when service or repair work is carried out. The service dealer
will complete this section and return the book to you.
DETAILS OF WORK CARRIED OUT
DEALER STAMP
DATE
DETAILS OF WORK CARRIED OUT
INITIALS
DEALER STAMP
DATE
DETAILS OF WORK CARRIED OUT
INITIALS
DEALER STAMP
DATE
DETAILS OF WORK CARRIED OUT
INITIALS
DEALER STAMP
DATE
INITIALS
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YOUR LOCAL DEALER
(TO BE FILLED IN BY LOCAL DEALER)
FREERIDER CORP.
Head Quarter and Kaohsiung Facility:
No.22, Bengong 5th Rd., Gangshan Dist.,
Kaohsiung City 820, Taiwan(R.O.C)
Tel:886-7-6223093 Fax:886-7-6230373
Email: sales@freerider.com.tw
http://www.freerider.com.tw
http://www.luggie.com.tw
2014.11.03 V1
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