Harmar Electric Scooter Micro Lift & Carrier
$1,215.00
AL010

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Lightweight and compact, the micro scooter lift lets you transport virtually any 3 or 4-wheel micro scooter, so you're free to go wherever you like. Raise and lower the lift platform with conveniently-located controls on top of the device, and fold the platform up manually when it's not in use. This handy micro scooter lift carries up to 135 lbs.

  • Fits most compact 3- & 4-wheel travel scooters weighing up to 135 lbs
  • Aluminum platform measures 23-1/2" x 33"; adjustable cradle extends up to 40"
  • Works with hitch class I or greater
  • Platform manualy folds up against vehicle for greater visibility
  • Includes four self-tensioning Q‚ÄôStraint retractors to secure scooter, manual crank backup, & license plate holder

Compact in size and lightweight enough that it works with a class I hitch, this Harmar Micro Scooter Lift lets you easily and securely transport virtually any 3- or 4-wheel micro scooter weighing up to 135 lbs. This device has durable straps to hook on to your power chair so you know it will be secure. With controls located on the top of the device, the micro lift makes it easy to operate. In case the controls happen to fail, the Micro Power Chair Lift has a manual crank back up; remove the plug located on the top of the carrier and insert a socket. The lift comes backed by Harmar's three-year transferable warranty.

135 lbs
23-1/2" x 33"
71 lbs
5"
19"
I & greater

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Carrier Carrying Capacity: The AL010 is designed to safely carry 135 lbs
  • Hitch Weight Limit: Most Class III hitches are rated for 500 lbs Most Class IV hitches are rated for 1,000 lbs
  • Vehicle Hauling Capacity: Your hauling weight may be limited by your vehicle's capacity to carry a load
  • Some vehicles may require air shocks or heavier springs to stiffen up the suspension to prevent sagging
  • Please check with your dealer to find out your vehicle's carrying capacity
  • NOT recommended for tow-behind trailers including 5th wheel trailers & camping trailers
  • NOT designed to lift scooter or wheelchair while occupied

Documents

Instruction Manual
How Can I Tell Hitch Class?

Resources

Trailer Hitch Classes and Towing: What You Need to Know
Aging in Place: Essential Home Safety Modifications
Harmar Compatibility Calculator
Get up to $1,000 Back for Car Adaptive Equipment Purchases
Understanding the Different Types of Wheelchair Lifts for Vehicles
How to Choose a Hitch-Mounted Carrier for Your Power Wheelchair or Scooter

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