Saw the scooters at my local Gun Shop in Washougal. I was very impressed with their products. I got a referral to see Nathan. I’m glad I did. RevRides and Nathan and his team were spot on when it comes to customer service. They were personable and patient with all my questions and indecisiveness. Finally picked the Zero10 and my family and I love it. I will definitely recommend Nathan and RevRides to my family and friends as well as anyone seeing me out with my new scooter. And Limitless thanks for the referral. Found another shop to add to my favorites. If you want quality, and outstanding service, check out RevRides. You’ll leave with a smile.
My Zero 10 is absolutely fantastic! It’s a little heavy, it weighs almost 50 pounds, but it folds up just like the other ones do, I fold it and toss it into the back of my RV and I’m off for a fun time. Riding around the top of Mammoth caves national park was a blast. I’ve never been disappointed except once when I rode over a mud puddle. I managed to get it back to my RV but eventually had to send it out to get it fixed. Minion hooked me up with someone in Texas to do it and they did a superb job and I wasn’t charged anything. Lately I’ve been keeping it at about 10 mph because of the road conditions at the parks here in Texas, if the roads are nice I have no problem taking it up to 20 so, I’ll admit I’m pretty hesitant about going over that which would be easy for it to do. It’s a great way to go into small towns to get something to eat. I love the wide platform, too. I’ve never met a hill it didn’t like!!!
After having my Zero 10 for a few months now, the thrill has not gone away. I'm able to attach my wheelchair to it and enjoy the wind at a comfortable 17 miles per hour wich is just fast enough for me, however I have gotten up to 28 mph but only twice. Absolutely no comparison to my old scooter.
I’ve put about 50 miles on this scooter, and although it was not my first choice (Israeli MII2), I’m quite happy with it. The play I had felt in the steering handle shaft on a test drive - that made the 10 my second choice, did not occur in my scooter. Power is great - takes most hills without a hitch. Pro: Lots of power, sturdy feel, soft ride. Con: Too heavy to be practically carried anywhere. Brakes are good but deceleration rates are all over the place slowing.
The ZERO 10 is my 4th scooter and my second brand. I have an attachment that allows me to use my wheelchair, and wow what a difference in the two brands of scooters. The REVRIDES team is awesome, they have helped me along the way. Shout out to Nathan for his excitement in seeing how I get on and off with my chair. Video coming soon to Facebook.