The Zoom is a four-wheel drive, all-terrain mobility vehicle designed to make outdoor recreation more accessible to wheelchair users. It is capable of handling many types of off-road conditions, like snow, sand, hills and rocky terrain. On a smooth surface, the Zoom batteries will last up to 25 miles, and for rougher terrain, the battery life will range from 15-19 miles. The Zoom’s maximum speed varies by market with the maximum speed set to either 12 mph or 9.3 mph and the optional high-/low-speed selector with reduced speeds set to 3 mph to 6 mph.
The Zoom Uphill from
Zoomability is a battery-powered,
device capable of handling
the outdoors and its variety
of obstacles and types of
terrain, including city streets
and sidewalks. It can handle
hills, rocky and uneven ground,
sand, snow and ice; all due to
its patented design with a hub
motor located at each wheel
that allows all four tires to move
independently and maintain contact with uneven surfaces.
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