Drive Medical ZooMe Auto-Flex Folding Travel Scooter Owners Manual

Drive Medical ZooMe Auto-Flex Folding Travel Scooter Owners Manual
ZooMe Auto-Flex
OWNER’S MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.
PREFACE
3
II.
SAFETY NOTICES
4
III.
SAFETY GUIDELINES
6
IV.
EMI & RFI INFORMATION
13
V.
PARTS
14
VI.
ASSEMBLY
16
VII. AUTO FOLDING & UNFOLDING
18
VIII. OPERATION
19
IX.
BATTERIES & CHARGING
20
X.
INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE
22
XI.
SPECIFICATIONS
26
XII. LIMITED WARRANTY
27
XIII. ACCESSORIES
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I. PREFACE
Please read this Owner’s Manual before operating your scooter for the first time. Improper
use or unfamiliarity of the scooter may result in harm, injury, or traffic accidents.
This Owner’s Manual includes operation instructions, assembly instructions, and best
practices to ensure maximum use from your scooter.
The symbols used throughout this Owner’s Manual are explained below. Read carefully, and
fully understand the sections marked with these symbols:
WARNING – Improper use could lead to death, serious injury, hazardous
conditions, or product malfunction.
ATTENTION – Improper use could lead to injury and/or damage to your scooter.
SUGGESTION – Follow these instructions for best practices, and to keep your
scooter in prime operating order.
This Owner’s Manual includes a repair maintenance record chart and warranty. Please keep
it in a safe place, or with the scooter.
If someone else uses the scooter, please provide a copy of the Owner’s Manual for their
consideration.
This Owner’s Manual is composed from the product design and specifications at the time of
publication. As designs change, some illustrations and pictures in the manual may not
correspond to the scooter that you purchased. We reserve the right to make design
modifications.
This product has been designed to provide a comfortable and secure solution for individuals
limited to a seated position who are capable of operating a scooter.
The manufacturer disclaims all responsibilities for any personal injury or property damage
which may occur as a result of improper or unsafe use of this product.
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II. SAFETY NOTICES
Read and follow the information in the owner’s manual.
 Fully charge the battery after every trip and prior to using the scooter. If you do not
frequently use the scooter fully charge the battery every two weeks to prevent battery
failure.
 If the battery gauge drops to red, charge the scooter as soon as possible. Completely
discharging the battery may damage the battery or shorten the expected life of the
battery.
 Wear proper safety attire when handling batteries.
 Keep metal objects away from the battery terminals, electric shock may occur.
 Always make sure the power is turned off when getting in and out of the scooter.
 Always make sure freewheel levers are in the drive position before getting in or out of
the scooter.
 Do not put the scooter in freewheel when on an incline or decline.
 To ensure the user’s familiarity with the scooter’s operation, practice driving at low
speeds in a spacious hazard-free area traveling forward, backward, left, right,
decelerating, maneuvering up inclines, and down inclines.
 Avoid unnecessary movement of the scooter.
 Never reach, lean or bend when driving your scooter.
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 Avoid exposure to moisture, standing water, rain, snow, ice or salt when possible.
 Store in a clean and dry condition.
 Do not operate your scooter at night without proper lighting.
 Do not remove the anti-tip wheels.
 Keep your feet on the foot board at all times during operation.
 Do not stand on the foot board.
 Keep your hands and feet away from moving parts while operating.
 Be aware of loose fitting clothes that can become caught in the drive wheels.
 Do not connect an extension cord to the battery charger.
 Disassembling the controller, motor, or charger by anyone other than an
authorized Drive Medical service agent is prohibited, and voids any applicable
warranty.
 Do not take your scooter on roads or highways.
 Do not operate your scooter when you are tired, or after consuming alcohol.
 Be cautious when operating your scooter in busy areas or shopping malls.
 Under no circumstances should the scooter be used as a seat in a motor vehicle.
 Do not attempt to lift your scooter by any parts other than the frame.
 If you will be seated in your scooter for an extended period of time, power off the
scooter. This will prevent inadvertent movement from unexpected throttle contact.
 WARNING - The items and packaging in this shipment contain chemicals known to
the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
 Drive Medical products meet or exceed all federal safety and environmental
regulations.
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III. SAFETY GUIDELINES
GENERAL GUIDELINES
Before operating your scooter fully read and understand this Owner’s Manual.
Be sure to follow the setup instructions prior to using your scooter for the first time.
Users may encounter difficult maneuvering situations such as narrow doorways,
traveling up and down ramps, cornering, and traveling on uneven terrain. Be sure to
lower the speed, take your time, and carefully maneuver the scooter.
MODIFICATIONS
Do not modify, remove, disable, or add any parts, features, or functions on your
scooter. Drive Medical offers a wide variety of accessories for your scooter to help
accommodate your needs.
WARNING – Do not modify your scooter in any way; doing so will void the
warranty.
SAFETY CHECK
ATTENTION – Inspect the following components before each use:
 Electrical connections – secure and free from corrosion
 Freewheel Levers – engaged in drive position
 Batteries – fully charged and free from corrosion
If you notice a problem please contact your authorized Drive Medical Provider for
assistance.
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WEIGHT CAPACITY
This scooter has a maximum weight capacity that should never be exceeded. Please
refer to Section XII SPECIFICATIONS for this information. The maximum weight
capacity includes the user and any accessories.
WARNING – Exceeding the maximum weight capacity will void your
warranty. Drive Medical will not be held responsible for injuries and/or
damages resulting from failure to observe weight capacities.
WARNING – Do not carry passengers on your scooter. Your scooter is
designed and tested for one user to operate while seated.
INCLINE GUIDELINES
Use caution when approaching inclines or declines; if necessary lower the speed
before traveling on a slope.
When traveling up an incline try to keep the scooter moving forward. If you must
come to a stop, use caution and slowly accelerate the scooter forward.
When traveling down an incline lower the speed on your scooter to the slowest
setting, and proceed cautiously. If the scooter is traveling down the incline faster than
you expected, slowly release the throttle to come to a stop, then slightly push the
throttle forward to continue safely down the incline.
WARNING – Never put the scooter in freewheel model while on an
incline.
WARNING – Operate your scooter straight up or down an incline, never
backwards. Erratic movements, or back and forth patterns may increase
the chance of tipping.
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WARNING – Do not travel up an incline with the seat completely reclined
without an attendant. Inclines vary, and doing so may decrease stability.
WARNING – Do not, under any circumstances, travel on a slope greater
than the maximum climbing angle for this scooter. Please refer to Section
XII SPECIFICATIONS for this information. Exceeding the climbing angle
may cause unstable conditions.
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BRAKES & STOPPING
Coming to a stop in your scooter can simply be done by releasing the throttle. The
throttle will automatically return to the center position, and the scooter will come to a
stop.
ATTENTION – Quickly moving the throttle in the opposite direction of
travel will cause the scooter to come to an abrupt stop, and if held
continuously in the opposite direction may cause erratic movements if
you are unfamiliar with the controls.
Your scooter is equipped with two types of brake systems:
 Regenerative brakes – when the throttle is returned to the center position, or
stop neutral position, regenerative brakes use electricity to quickly decelerate
the vehicle.
 Parking brakes – once the scooter comes to a complete stop the parking brake
activates automatically locking the drive wheels.
OUTDOOR OPERATION & INCLEMENT WEATHER PRECAUTIONS
While your scooter is purposed for in-home use to assist you in daily living activities;
Drive Medical understands there are times you need to operate the scooter outdoors,
and has designed it to perform superbly on level outdoor surfaces.
ATTENTION – When operating outdoors avoid uneven terrain, soft
surfaces, tall grass, loose gravel, loose sand, fresh water, salt water, edges
of streams, lakes or oceans. If you are unsure about a surface, avoid it.
Exposure to inclement weather should always be avoided. If you find yourself caught
in inclement weather while operating your scooter, proceed to the closest shelter
immediately. Completely dry your scooter before operating, charging, or storing.
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STEPS, CURBS & FIXED OBSTACLES
Use extreme caution when operating your scooter near curbs, porches, stairs,
escalators, drop-offs, unprotected ledges, and raised areas.
WARNING – Never attempt to navigate your scooter over a fixed obstacle
taller than the maximum ground clearance. Please refer to Section XII
SPECIFICATIONS for this information.
WARNING – Never attempt to navigate your scooter backwards over an
obstacle.
WARNING – Never attempt to operate your scooter on steps or
escalators.
ATTENTION – Refer to the following guidelines and diagrams when
traveling over a fixed obstacle lower than the maximum ground clearance
of your scooter:
To maneuver up a fixed obstacle – Approach slowly, and make sure the front of the
scooter is perpendicular to the obstacle. Increase the forward speed until the scooter
has cleared the obstacle, and then you may reduce the speed or return the throttle to
neutral.
To maneuver down a fixed obstacle – Approach slowly, and make sure the front of the
scooter is perpendicular to the obstacle. Reduce the forward speed just before the
front wheels come in contact with the obstacle, and remain at the reduced speed until
scooter has cleared the obstacle, and then you may increase the forward speed.
CORRECT
APPROACH:
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TRANSPORTING YOUR SCOOTER
When transporting your scooter by vehicle it should be securely stowed in the back of
a van, truck, or trunk of a car. Adjustable parts should be removed or properly secured
during transport.
WARNING – Do not sit in your scooter while in a moving vehicle.
POSITIONING BELT (OPTIONAL)
A safety belt may be included with your scooter. Your authorized Drive Medical
Provider, assistive technology therapist, or healthcare professional are responsible for
determining your requirement for a safety belt to operate your scooter safely. Once
determined, securely fasten the safety belt.
WARNING – The safety belt is not designed for use as a seat belt in a
motor vehicle, or any other transportation device.
TRANSFERS
Always have an attendant present while transferring in and out of your scooter.
ATTENTION – To reduce the possibility of an injury; perform transfers
after the following steps are followed:
Safely reduce the distance between your scooter and the object you are transferring
onto, ensure your scooter is not in freewheel mode, turn the power off, and flip up or
remove the armrests.
WARNING – Position yourself as far back possible before transferring, and
never place your weight or downward force on adjustable parts.
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PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS, Rx DRUGS, ALCOHOL & SMOKING
You must exercise awareness, caution, care, and common sense when operating your
scooter. Always keep in mind your own limitations, and substance use when operating
your scooter.
WARNING – Never use your scooter while under the influence of alcohol
or mind altering substances.
WARNING – Never smoke while seated in your scooter. Damaged or worn
upholstery increases the risk of fire hazard, and should be replaced
immediately.
ATTENTION – Be aware of your own physical limitations when
familiarizing yourself with the scooter.
ATTENTION – Be aware of precautions, warnings, and safety issues when
taking prescribed or over-the-counter drugs while operating your scooter.
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IV. EMI INFORMATION
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) tests have shown to produce adverse effects on
the performance and control of electrically powered mobility devices.
EMI can be produced from different sources such as cellular phones, two-way radios,
radio stations, television stations, amateur radio transmitters (HAM), wireless
computer links, microwave signals, paging transmitters, and transceivers used by
emergency vehicles.
The EMI waves can cause unintentional movement of the scooter, or damage to the
controller. Every electrical powered mobility device has a resistance to EMI. The
higher the resistance level the greater the protection. The intensity of the interference
can be measured in volts per meter, V/m.
At this time, current technology is capable of achieving an immunity level of 20 V/m,
which provides protection from more common sources of EMI. Your scooter, with no
modifications, has an immunity level of 20 V/m.
EMI becomes more intense as you move closer to the source. The EMI produced from
hand-held radios are of special concern. It is possible to unintentionally bring high
levels of EMI very close to the scooter’s control system, effecting your movement and
braking. The warnings listed below are recommended to prevent possible interference
with the control system of your scooter.
WARNING – Do not operate hand-held transceivers such as CB (citizens
band) radios, or turn on personal communication devices, such as cellular
phones, while the scooter is powered on.
WARNING – Be aware of nearby transmitters, such as radio or television
stations, and avoid close proximity.
WARNING – If you experience unintended movement or brake release
occurs, power off as soon as it is safe. Please report EMI incidents to Drive
Medical.
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V. PARTS
Please refer to the diagram below to identify your scooter parts. Familiarize yourself
with the terminology to better understand part references throughout the Owner’s
Manual.
1. Seat Back
2. Armrests
3. Seat Base
4. Control Panel
5. Tiller Height
Adjustment
6. Tiller Angle
Adjustment
7. Battery Pack
8. Charge Port
9. Fold/Unfold
Switch
10. Anti-tip Wheels
11. Manual Fold
Release Lever
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Please refer to the diagram below to identify your scooter control panel and its
functions. Familiarize yourself with the terminology to better understand references
throughout the Owner’s Manual.
1. Battery Gauge
2. Speed Dial
3. Throttle
4. Reverse
5. On/Off Switch
6. Horn
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VI. ASSEMBLY
Step 1
Your scooter requires assembly prior to initial use.
Please be sure to follow these steps to properly set up
your scooter.
Step 1:
Pull the manual fold release lever to unfold the scooter.
Step 2
Step 2:
Place the battery pack into the floorboard of the
scooter, and then pull the manual fold release lever to
fold the scooter.
Step 3
Step 3:
Release the lever on the tiller assembly to raise the
height of the scooter controls. Clamp the handle back
down to lock the controls at the desired height.
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Step 4:
Install the armrests by sliding the square
tubing into the receivers on either side
of the seat. Then secure the armrests in
place with the provided star knobs.
Step 5:
Fully charge the scooter by inserting the
round charger connector into the
battery charging terminal on the rear of
the scooter, and then insert the plug into
a standard electrical outlet.
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VII. Auto Folding & Unfolding
Prior to using your scooter, familiarize yourself with the automatic folding and unfolding feature
through the keyless remote.
WARNING – Some components of your scooter are heavy, and you may need
assistance to lift or carry. Please refer to Section XII SPECIFICATIONS for component
weights.
WARNING – Do not make any
adjustments while an occupant is
seated in the scooter.
Automatic Folding & Unfolding:
Your scooter will fold and unfold automatically
by pressing either the “A” to unfold or “B” to
fold on the keyless remote included with your
scooter. This product features a safety
mechanism that will verify that nothing is in
range of any moving parts of the scooter. The
product will stop the folding or unfolding
process half-way. Once this happens press the
“A” to unfold or “B” to fold for the process to
continue.
Folding & Unfolding Switch:
There is a switch located on the back of the
scooter that will also fold and unfold the
scooter automatically by either pressing the “I”
or “II” in the event your keyless remote battery
is drained. The safety mechanism will stop
folding or unfolding, press “I” or “II” again to
complete the process.
Folding & Unfolding When Battery is Drained
If battery on the unit is drained, remove battery
and input charger and press the “I” or “II”. If
the battery is discharged or missing the scooter
can still fold. Insert the charger and follow the
process of pressing the “I” or “II”.
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VIII. OPERATION
After your scooter is assembled, and adjustments have been made you are now ready to
operate your scooter. Refer to the tiller diagram in Section V PARTS for key functions.
The power switch applies power to the control system electronics, which in turn supplies
power to the motors. Turn the power switch to the “on” position to turn on your scooter.
ATTENTION – Do not use the power switch to stop, or as a brake. Doing so may
shorten the life of the drive components.
SUGGESTION – It is recommended you start at the slowest speed setting when
familiarizing yourself with your scooter controls. Once you feel comfortable
with the controls, and movement of the scooter you may then increase the
speed.
Rotate the speed knob to the lowest speed setting. Engage the throttle, and begin steering to
drive forward, backward, left or right. If you want to stop the scooter, release the throttle
and it will automatically return to the center position to stop the unit. Once familiar with the
controls rotate the speed knob to increase the top speed to a comfortable setting.
When the scooter is turned on, the battery gauge will display red, orange, and green
indicators:
Red: Your scooter should be charged as soon as possible.
Orange: Do not drive your scooter for a long trip.
Green: Your scooter has full battery capacity.
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IX. BATTERIES & CHARGING
CHARGING YOUR SCOOTER
To charge your scooter, position the front of the unit next to a standard electrical outlet. Be
certain the freewheel levers are engaged, and the power is turned off. Plug the charger into
the scooter, and then into the electrical outlet. When the batteries are fully charged remove
the charger from the scooter.
SUGGESTION – The lights on your charger indicate different charge statuses.
The light indicators can be found on the charger itself, or the manual provided
with the charger. In most cases your charger will show a red or orange light
when charging, and a green light when fully charged.
INITIAL BATTERY CHARGE
To ensure maximum use from your new batteries fully charge the scooter prior to initial use
for 24 hours.
BATTERY MAINTENANCE & CHARGING HABITS
To ensure maximum life from your batteries, and continued use of your scooter please
follow these charging guidelines based on your usage:
SUGGESTION – If you use your scooter on a daily basis, charge the batteries as
soon as you are finished with the day’s activities, and leave it on the charge
until you are ready to use the following day.
SUGGESTION – If you use your scooter infrequently, charge the batteries once a
week for 10 to 14 hours.
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BATTERY RANGE
There are many factors that affect the range of your batteries, including the surfaces,
inclines, curves, or wind you encounter when operating your scooter. If not ideal conditions,
all of these factors will reduce the travel time or distance between charges. Follow these
suggestions for maximum range:
SUGGESTION – Fully charge the batteries prior to any trip, and plan your trip in
advance to avoid inclines.
SUGGESTION – Limit baggage and accessory weight to essential items, and
maintain an even speed avoiding stop-and-go driving.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
SUGGESTION – When transporting your scooter on public transportation
contact your carrier’s ticket counter in advance to determine their specific
requirements.
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X. INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE
GENERAL GUIDELINES
Your scooter is an advanced mobility device, and with the correct routine maintenance you
can ensure years of maximum use. While some of the maintenance can be done by yourself,
you may need assistance from an authorized Drive Medical provider. If you have any doubts,
contact your authorized Drive Medical provider.
Preventative maintenance is key to keeping your scooter in prime operating condition.
Follow the Maintenance Schedule at the end of this section to periodically inspect your
scooter for serviceable items.
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Avoid abuse to the throttle and control functions.
Avoid prolonged exposure to extreme heat or cold.
Keep the scooter clean and free from moisture.
Never use a conditioner on the tread of the wheels.
EXPOSURE TO MOISTURE
Should your scooter come in contact with water or moisture, dry your scooter thoroughly
with a towel. Allow your scooter to sit in a dry place for 8 to 12 hours to allow unseen
moisture to evaporate. Check the throttle operation and brakes before using your scooter
again. If any items require service, please contact your authorized Drive Medical provider.
OPERATING TEMPERATURES
Your scooter is designed to operate ideally between 18°F and 122°F. In extremely cold
conditions your batteries may freeze depending on the battery charge, usage, and
composition of the batteries. In extremely hot conditions your scooter may operate at a
lower speed. This is due to the safety mechanism built into the unit to prevent damage to
the gearbox and other electronic functions when operating too hot.
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STORAGE
If you need to store your scooter, be sure it is stored in a dry place free from extreme
temperatures. Always fully charge, and then disconnect the batteries prior to storage.
ATTENTION – Infrequently charged batteries, or batteries stored without a full
charge are susceptible to permanent damage, causing unreliable performance
from your scooter.
If your scooter is stored for a prolonged period flat spots may develop in the wheels. This will
cause an uneven sensation when driving, but should work itself out over time. If you still
notice the flat spots after continued use, replace the wheels on your scooter immediately.
SUGGESTION – You can place a sturdy platform under the frame of your scooter
to bring the wheels off the ground, and weight off the wheels. This will prevent
flat spots from developing while storing your scooter.
WARNING – Improper storage of your scooter may result in permanent damage
to the frame and electronics.
CLEANING & DISINFECTION
To clean your scooter use a damp cloth with a mild, non-abrasive cleaner on the plastic and
metal parts. If necessary, clean your scooter with an approved disinfectant safe for use on
your unit.
WARNING – Never hose off your scooter or expose it to direct contact with
water.
WARNING – Never use any chemicals on the upholstery of your seat, this may
cause the seat to dry out and crack.
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DISPOSAL OF YOUR SCOOTER & PARTS
You must follow applicable local and national regulations when disposing of your scooter, or
defective scooter parts. Contact your local waste agency, recycling center, or authorized
Drive Medical provider for information on proper disposal.
CONTACTING YOUR AUTHORIZED DRIVE MEDICAL PROVIDER
The following conditions may indicate a serious problem with your scooter. Contact your
authorized Drive Medical provider if one of the following conditions occurs:
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Motor or gearbox noise
Frayed electrical harnesses
Cracked or broken connections
Uneven wear on the tires
Veering to one side
Bent or broken wheel assemblies
Will not power on
Loose seat or seat components
SUGGESTION – Fill out your authorized Drive Medical provider’s information
below, along with your scooter information for quick reference in the event you
may need service.
AUTHORIZED DRIVE MEDICAL PROVIDER:
ADDRESS:
PHONE NUMBER:
DATE OF PURCHASE:
MODEL:
SERIAL NUMBER:
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X. INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE CONT.D
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Inspect your scooter routinely for service issue or wearable items.
INSPECTION
DAILY
WEEKLY
MONTHLY
Inspect the throttle is not bent when in neutral or rest
position
Inspect electrical harnesses are not frayed or have
exposed wires
Check for flat spots on tires
Inspect seat, armrests, and front riggings for loose
hardware or damage
Inspect batteries are free from corrosion
Inspect all harnesses to the controller are securely
fastened
Check the brakes for functionality at lowest speed setting
Check the anti-tip wheels for wear, and contact with the
ground while at rest
Check for sufficient tread on the tires
Check for proper tire inflation, if applicable to your
scooter
Check for proper front wheel alignment (4-wheel scooters
only)
Check the entire scooter for loose hardware or changes in
performance
Check the entire scooter and clean any mud, dirt, hair,
food, drink, etc. on the unit
SUGGESTION – Once a year take your scooter to an authorized Drive Medical
provider for inspection and maintenance.
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XI. SPECIFICATIONS
WEIGHT CAPACITY
TOP SPEED*
ESTIMATED RANGE*
MAX. CLIMBING ANGLE
TURNING RADIUS
GROUND CLEARANCE
300 lbs.
4 mph
13 miles
6°
47.2”
1.6”
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
LENGTH
WIDTH
HEIGHT
37”
17”
32.5”
SEAT DIMENSIONS
WIDTH
DEPTH
16”
14”
POWER
MOTOR
CONTROLLER
BATTERIES
BATTERY CHARGER
BRAKES
FREEWHEEL MODE
FRONT WHEELS
REAR WHEELS
ANTI-TIP WHEELS
24V x 120W
PG S Drive 45A
25.9V x 10AH Lithium
2A Offboard
Electromagnetic
Yes
6” x 1.5”
7” x 2.35”
2” x .5”
WEIGHTS
BASE WEIGHT
55 lbs.
BATTERY WEIGHT (PAIR)
5 lbs.
HEAVIEST PIECE WEIGHT
55 lbs.
TOTAL WEIGHT
60 lbs.
* Speed and range vary with user weight, type of terrain, battery charge and condition
The information contained herein is correct at the time of publication; Drive Medical
reserves the right to alter specifications without prior notice.
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XII. LIMITED WARRANTY
For the warranty periods listed below, beginning at the date of original purchase, Drive
Medical will repair or replace, at its option to the original purchaser, free of charge, any of
the following parts found upon examination by an authorized representative of Drive
Medical to be defective in materials and/or workmanship. The warranties contained herein
extend and apply only to the original purchaser.
Limited Lifetime o Main Frame
o Seat Post o Platform
24 Months o Electrical harness o Joystick
o Controller
o PC Board
o Charger
o Throttle
o Frame Welds
o Motor /
o Brakes
gearbox
electromagnetic
assembly
function ONLY
12 Months o Batteries are covered by a separate 12-month warranty provided by
the battery manufacturer
The following items are warranted to be free of defects in
workmanship and material at the time of delivery. If the following
items are found to be defective or damaged immediately after the
product is removed from the box, Drive Medical will repair or replace,
at its option to the original purchaser, free of charge, the following
items:
o Plastic shrouds
o Plastic footrests
o Tires
o Floor
mats
o Upholstery and o Armrest
Seating
pads
o Metal connection o Bearings
pins, hardware,
and
nuts, bolts & star
bushings
knobs
o Tubes
o Anti-tip wheels
o Swing arm o Motor brushes
o Fuses and o Plastic
Bulbs
connections
o Front
o Plastic
rigging
components,
mounting
excluding body
brackets
ADDITIONAL COMPONENTS
Items not mentioned or listed are covered at the discretion of Drive Medical. Any
accessories, standard or optional, supplied by Drive Medical, are covered for a period of one
year from the date of purchase with the unit.
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XII. LIMITED WARRANTY CONT.D
implied warranties are excluded. This is
the exclusive remedy. Liabilities for
incidental, punitive, special and
consequential damages under any and all
warranties are excluded.
RECONDITIONED UNITS WARRANTY
All reconditioned units are covered by a
90-day warranty from Drive Medical
effective from the date of purchase.
REPLACEMENT PARTS WARRANTY
Some states do not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts or do
not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental, punitive, special and
consequential damages. The above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to
you.
Parts that are supplied by Drive Medical as
replacements to warranted parts will be
warranted for a period of time equal to the
remainder of the original part’s warranty
period.
SERVICE CHECKS AND WARRANTY SERVICE
Warranty service must be performed by an
authorized Drive Medical provider. Do not
return faulty parts to Drive Medical
without prior written authorization. All
transportation costs and shipping damage
incurred while submitting parts for repair
or replacement are the responsibility of
Drive Medical.
This warranty gives you specific rights and
you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Plastic shrouds and footrests
Upholstery and seating
Tires and tubes
Brake pads
Fuses
Motor brushes
Circumstances beyond the control
of Drive Medical
o Labor, service calls, shipping and
other charges incurred for repair of
the product, unless specifically
authorized by Drive Medical.
o Repairs and/or modifications made
to any part without specific consent
from Drive Medical.
Failure to follow the instructions, warnings
and notes in the owner’s manual and those
located on your Drive Medical product can
result in personal injury or product
damage and will void Drive Medical’s
product warranty.
There is no other express warranty.
IMPLIED WARRANTIES
Implied warranties, including those of
merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose, are limited to one (1) year from
the date of original purchase and to the
extent permitted by law. Any and all other
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XIII. ACCESSORIES
Add functionality and convenience to your Drive scooter with these options and
accessories. Contact your authorized Drive Medical provider or visit
www.drivemedical.com for more information.
External Charging Docking
Station
Cup Holder
Part#: FLEX-AUTO-42
Part#: FLEX-50
o This product allows off-board
charging of the Auto-Flex
o Battery not included
Foldable Basket and
Mounting Bracket
Part#: FLEX-AUTO-40
FLEX-AUTO-41
o Take your favorite hot or cold
beverage with you anywhere
o Easily attaches to your
product’s tiller
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o Tote your stuff around worry
free with our foldable basket.
o Basket and Mounting Bracket
sold separately
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Drive Medical Design & Manufacturing
99 Seaview Boulevard
Port Washington, NY
Tel: (516) 998-4600
Fax: (516) 566-2043
www.drivemedical.com
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