Rad2Go Q Electric Chariot
Rad2Go the Q Electric Chariot Personal Transporter saves you gas, money and travel time. It has two 150-watt hub motors and travels up to 10 miles per hour with a 15-mile range on a single charge. Features a 16" front wheel and two 5" rear wheels; 300-charge battery life and six hour charge time; instrument panel with voltage and speed gauges, and LED display; turn signals, horn, safety light; adjustable handlebar; thumb throttle and folding mechanism.
Speed: 10 mph
Range: 15 miles
Motor: Two 150 watt hub motors. Each drive wheel has its own motor.
Frame: Hi-tensile steel frame with a reinforced fiberglass / durable ABS plastic body. Rear end suspension and rear deck reinforcement.
Battery: 24V, 17Ah lead acid batteries with a quick change battery feature. Batteries offer over 300 cycles of use.
Drive Train: Direct drive system connected to the hub motors. The thumb throttle has a fast/slow selector, a park/run selector and a highly sensitive variable speed throttle control. The Q offers both forward and reverse motion.
Charge Time: 6 hours.
Brakes: An enhanced regenerative braking system for surer and safer stopping. This regenerative braking system delivers a small charge back to the battery each time you brake. This state of the art feature extends the range of the Q and life of the battery.
Weight: 78 lbs.
Dimensions: Length 29", Width 23", Height 49", Height folded 18"
Carrying Capacity: 250 lbs.
Tires: 16" x 2.125" aluminum front wheels with pneumatic "air filled" tires. The 5" x 2" rear airless tires offer support to the vehicle while in motion and when parked.
Warranty: 90 day manufacturer's warranty.
Forward and reverse mode.
Handlebars that fold for easy storage and transport.
Adjustable height handlebars with 5 inches of play.
Key ignition for added security.
Front facing, left and right turn signals.
Battery indicator gauge.
Speed indicator gauge.
LED power and headlight indicator display.
No assembly required. Simply unfold, secure the handlebars and you're off!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: The Q sounds familiar. Where have I heard that name before?
A: The Q has been featured in the media on the Ellen Degeneres Show, MTV, the Wayne Brady Show, Tech TV, in Popular Science magazine, and many other television shows and magazines.
Q: Who rides The Q?
A: The Q benefits all sorts of people for a variety of reasons. The Q is ideal for local errands, short commutes and college campuses. Mass transit commuters ride The Q to the bus, train or subway station and carry it aboard. Active seniors love the way The Q helps them get around town. Vacationers take The Q on board their RV or boat for local travel. Warehouse workers and convention goers use The Q to help them cross the distance.
Q: Can I ride The Q in the rain?
A: The Q is not meant to be ridden in heavy rain. A light mist is OK, but as soon as puddles begin to form on the ground, you should avoid using your Q.
Q: Where should I store The Q when it's not in use?
A: Store The Q at home, in a garage or other dry shelter. The Q folds for convenient storage in a closet or the trunk of your car.
Q: Do I need protective gear when riding The Q?
A: The Q is designed to be safe, but accidents do happen. So, we recommend you play it safe and wear a helmet.
Q: Will The Q perform on hills or unpaved surfaces?
A: The Q is designed for paved surfaces and small hills, such as wheelchair ramps, but not for off-road use.
Q: How did The Q get its name?
A: The Q is named after "Q" from the James Bond spy series. "Q" is the inventor who creates all of 007's cool gadgets.
Q: Do I need any special training before I can begin riding The Q?
A: No special training is required. Unlike the competition, The Q is simple to use. Just step on and go. Should you have any questions, The Q comes with an easy to read user manual that explains how it operates.