The Future is Here in a Mobility Scooter.
Futuristic design and enhanced capabilities in the Zero Turn 10 mobility scooter start your imagination turning every time you grab the tiller handle.
The Zero Turn 10 has power and versatility, streamlined LED lights, and aggressive performance that will turn heads.
Most notably, iTurn Technology gives you tremendous control and maneuverability. It’s functionality never seen before in the midsize mobility scooter class. Independent rotating tires – imagine one of those fancy riding lawn mowers – lets you turn on a dime. With your pivot point anchored to one tire, you get a stunning 43” turning radius to easily navigate through supermarket aisles or around furniture.
It turns like a 3-wheel scooter, with the stability of four wheels.
Liftoff in T-minus 10 …
Your Zero Turn 10 adventure begins when you turn the key to power up. Three different speed settings, adjusted from a simple tiller console dial – eco, every day, and sport – let you tweak your scooter’s performance based on where you are and where you’re going.
Comfort-Trac Suspension softens bumpy terrain, and with solid, never-flat tires, you can choose your destination uninhibited.
Independence Restored and Enhanced
An 18-inch deluxe stadium seat offers superior, upholstered comfort and slides back for more legroom. Folding arms adjust vertically and horizontally, so you can position them exactly where you need them.
In addition to Pride’s standard front-mounted basket, the tiller includes an inside storage compartment with molded cup holder, where you can tuck your phone and other valuables out of sight. Charge your mobile device on the go with the onboard USB charging port.
Your adventures demand all-day reliability
The Zero Turn 10 mobility scooter gives you all-day reliability with the battery capacity to cover up to 24 miles on a single charge. That’s almost a marathon. With top speeds up to 7.2 mph, and a 400-pound weight capacity, we give you the tools for a future more fulfilled.
Only one question remains: where will you go next?