Hitch Mounted EZ Carrier for Scooters
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Ez Carrier Makes It Easy To Transport Your Scooter

Our hitch mounted EZ carrier is great for hauling mobility scooters with its hinged folding ramp. The sturdy steel construction supports up to 350 lbs, and side rails help you safely guide your mobility carrier onto the platform. The EZ carrier comes in Class II or III hitch sizes as well as three models with various folding features.

  • Sturdy steel frame with mesh floor and powder coat finish
  • 28"L x 50"W x 3"H carrier platform
  • 27"L x 42"W x 2"H hinged loading ramp
  • Available in Class II or III hitch sizes
2 Year Warranty USA Curt Fit Guide
Item # Design Hitch Size Availability Price Quantity
EZ1-II Non-Folding
200 lb Capacity
1-1/4"
Class II
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
$399.99

EZ2-II Folding
200 lb Capacity
1-1/4"
Class II
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
$459.99

EZ3-II Folding with
Rise/Drop Adapter
1", 3" or 5"
200 lb Capacity
1-1/4"
Class II
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
$579.99

EZ1-III Non-Folding
350 lb Capacity
2"
Class III
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
$399.99

EZ2-III Folding
350 lb Capacity
2"
Class III
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
$459.99

EZ3-III Folding with
Rise/Drop Adapter
1", 3" or 5"
350 lb Capacity
2"
Class III
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
$579.99

Summary

This carrier is made of high strength steel. The unit slides into a class II or III receiver & includes a folding attached ramp for added usability. The EZ Carrier is a great mobility carrier for scooters and powered wheelchairs.

Detail

The EZ carrier is a simple and easy way to load and transport your scooter or powered wheelchair. Each scooter carrier measures 50" long by 28" wide with an attached ramp measuring 27" wide by 42" long that can be folded flat onto the carrier or pinned half way when in transport. The platform includes 3" security rails and the ramp includes 2" rails. The mobility carrier features a sturdy steel frame and mesh floor for easy cleaning and no puddling water. This carrier has a durable powder coated black finish. The EZ carrier is available for class 2 and 3 receivers and is designed for hitch heights of 12" to 14". The EZ1 is a non-folding carrier. The EZ2 scooter carrier enables you to fold the scooter carrier upright when not in use. The EZ3 model folds up vertically as well and also includes an adjustable platform height adapter allowing you to raise or lower the platform height by 1", 3", or 5".

Hitch-Mounted Scooter Carrier
28"L x 50"W x 3"H
27"L x 42"W x 2"H (hinged)

Product Features

  • Carrier platform measures 28" x 50" with 3" side rails
  • Hinged loading ramp measures 27" x 42" with 2" side rails
  • Usable platform area measures 26-1/2" x 49-1/2"
  • Weight capacity - 200 lbs for Class II or 350 lbs for Class III
  • Steel construction for durability
  • Ramp now pivots from the side so you don't have to drive over hinges
  • 6" or 8" from center of pin hole to carrier when folded vertically
  • Powder coated for a lasting finish (baked on paint)
  • Virtually maintenance free
  • Horizontal adjusting screw allows the carrier to be level
  • Two reflectors included
  • EZ3 model includes an adjustable platform height adapter - adjusts platform 1", 3", or 5" up or down
  • 2 year warranty

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Never exceed your vehicles hitch weigh limit: Most Class II hitches are rated at 300-350 lbs, Class III hitches are rated for 500 lbs, Class IV hitches are rated for 1000 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 carry scooter or wheelchair while occupied

Resources

Get up to a $1000 Reimbursement for your Wheelchair Loading Ramps or Wheelchair Lift

Documents

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