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RECENT ‘PORTABLE TRAVEL MOBILITY SCOOTERS’ ARTICLES:

05Jul 19

Luggie Elite ideal for getting out of the house

We've already looked at the Luggie Standard and Super, but today we're putting the spotlight on the Elite. It's another collapsible model that's perfect for those who need something that can travel easily in the back of a car for trips to the shops or the city.   Pele Loia…

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19Jun 19

Come Fly with Me and the Luggie Standard

People rely on their scooters for different reasons. Phillip Cole of Chapel Hill uses his Luggie Standard for practical travel. Phillip says he bought it for its size, lightness and value for money. This made it an ideal choice for his recent trip to Europe, where the Standard accompanied him…

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06Jun 19

Luggie Super a superb all-rounder

Peter Healy of Dayboro purchased his Luggie Super from Scooters Australia Brisbane in December. Since then, it's made plenty of long journeys. Margaret, Peter's wife, says the Super has come with them on plane trips to Canberra and Cairns. At the National Library, some fellow tourists were so impressed with…

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30Jan 19

Can I take my scooter on the train or the CityCat?

If you usually use your scooter on a bus but aren't sure what is allowed on other forms of public transport, the entire Translink network has the same standards across south-east Queensland. Your scooter must fit in the allotted wheelchair space - 1300mm long, 800mm wide - on your bus,…

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