PVI TrekAway Steel Scooter & Wheelchair Carrier - 350 lb Capacity


With the MT3000 Mobility Carrier transporting your wheel chair or motorized scooter can be easy and safe. The carrier is able to support up to 350 lbs and will work with any class II, III or IV hitches.


Mobility devices are expensive and you want to make sure you transport them as safe and securely as possible. The MT3000 Mobility Carrier from PVI can support up to 350 lbs to accommodate most of the mobility units on the market. The under-frame of the carrier is made of durable powder coated steel, and to add strength and reduce the over-all weight, the deck itself is made of high grade powder coated aluminum. The deck and ramp also have slip-resistant black grip tape to make loading and unloading that much easier. The TrekAway Mobility Carrier features welded construction so the carrier comes fully assembled right from the factory, no assembly is required. Just attach the carrier to your hitch and you are ready to go. Designed to work with Class III, and IV hitches the TrekAway MT3000 will work with a wide range of vehicles. The MT3000 Mobility Carrier comes with a one year warranty.

70 lbs
350 lbs

Product Features

  • Welded Construction for added strength
  • Comes fully assembled
  • Powder coated finish for very little maintenance
  • Steel under frame allows for more weight
  • Aluminum platform is corrosion resistant
  • Slip resistant tape on the platform and ramp
  • Fold up ramp for easy storage
  • Supports up to 350 lbs to accommodate most mobility model carriers
  • Available hitch adapters allows carrier to work with 1-1/4" receivers
  • Fits Class II, III, IV hitch adapters
  • Platform dimensions are 51" L x 32" W x 8" H
  • Includes threaded hitch pin to reduce carrier wobble
  • 16" Maximum hitch height
  • Platform Height is 8"
  • 3 year warranty

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Carrier Carrying Capacity: The MT3000 carrier is designed to safely carry 350 lbs
  • Class II Load Capacity 350 lbs - refer to vehicle owner’s manual
  • Vehicle Hauling Capacity: Your hauling weight may be limited by your vehicle's capacity to carry a load
  • Will NOT work with Class I receivers
  • 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 and camping trailers
  • NOT designed to carry scooter or wheelchair while occupied


Instruction Manual
How Can I Tell Hitch Class?


Understanding the Different Types of Wheelchair Lifts for Vehicles
Get up to $1,000 back for your adaptive equipment purchase
How to Choose a Hitch-Mounted Carrier for your Power Wheelchair or Scooter

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