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Old 01-14-2013, 08:20 PM   #11
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Also keep in mind there are a few campgrounds that do not allow motorcycles or gas scooters to be driven within the campground.
You are right on the mark with your post. I had a deal going with a dealer a few years ago when we had our trailer. After checking with all of our favorite campgrounds we found that none of them allowed scooters. I'm sure part of it had to do with the fact they rented golf carts, but I'm glad we took the time to check with each campground. I would have made the purchase if the majority had said yes but none did.
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:46 PM   #12
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Hubby and I take two scooters (50 cc) with us on our motorhome. Have had no problems and love the convenience. Bought a versahaul double scooter carrier (which cost almost as much as one scooter) with a ramp. Makes it easy to take on and off and the combination of the two scooters and carrier is less than 500 lbs. on the hitch. We checked around before we bought the carrier and would advise staying away from the cheaper models. The versahaul is a quality product and worth the extra cost.

Good luck in your decision.
Would love to see your set up if you have a pic...we are considering doing this as well...not so much to get around campgrounds per se, but would like to use it to get where we are going once we "arrive" to our destination (and to keep from breaking camp).
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Old 01-17-2013, 10:25 AM   #13
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I have a Versahaul class 3 carrier that I used to carry my 1000cc motorcycle on pre-dolly days. Excellant product, very well made with thick tubing and great welds. I also ordered the optional light kit ($20). I ordered mine right from Versahaul and was able to buy a scratch and dent model for around 40% less than new. Didn't have a scratch or dent on it when it arrived! Had it in a week or less.
As far as campgrounds not allowing scooters, I would find another campground! This isn't the electric type that you see kids zipping about on. This IS your transportation vehicle instead of towing a toad.
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Old 01-17-2013, 01:48 PM   #14
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We, too, use the scooters for transportation--not to zip around the campground. One public campground prohibited them, but we just pushed them to the road and went from there. Other than that, we've had no problem with anyone telling us not to ride our scooters.

I'll post a pic when we get the MoHo and scooters out again after winter. Everything's put away right now.

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