|Yvonne from Cheshire submitted this review on February 23rd 2013 at 10:24 AM. Yvonne is an end user who has one to six months of experience with the product.|
|Strengths:||Good Sturdy machine with a solid metal surround. The suspension all round gives a very comfortable ride along with the car type waterproof adjustable seating which doesn't need any extra cushions to make it cosy. It feels very secure even when there is a bit of a sideways slope on pavements. Off road on the bridleways with the dogs is great and I even use it to take the short cut via a bridleway into town for shopping. The lights are good and bright when out on dark winter evenings. The speed range can be limited on the dial as well as the rocker bar which is very useful when slow manouvering. The high speed for road use is great for whizzing along.|
|Weaknesses:||The indicators flash about 20 times before cancelling once activated, which is a bit annoying as it means you are normally well past the turn before they stop when on road. They could do with a manual off switch. In daylight you can't tell if they are on as the front ones are on the back of the mirrors and you can only see the flash at night. A very minor problem though.|
|Comments:||No flimsy plastic bits to break easily. The modern styling of the Voyager gets compliments everywhere I go. A big machine, so you could do with a trailer or large vehicle to take it away anywhere.|
It weighs 300 lbs, so a ramp is a must unless you have Popye as a carer. It can tackle quite steep slopes though, so can be driven up a ramp. Comfortable even if you are tall or heavy.
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