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Capacity Top Speed Turning Radius Range Heaviest Part Product Weight
600 lbs 15 mph 50 35 Miles 225 lbs 261 lbs

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The EW-66 2 Passenger, Heavy Duty Scooter is powered by a brushless 700 watt motor which enables speeds up to 15 mph. The heavy steel frame will carry passengers for a total weight up to 600 lbs!


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The EW-66 2 Passenger, Heavy Duty Scooter is powered by a brushless 700 watt motor which enables speeds up to 15 mph. The heavy steel frame will carry passengers up to 600 lbs!

This high quality scooter is equipped with attractive aluminum rims, alarm system, remote key fop, heavy duty tubeless tires and an electromagnetic braking system that provides for safe reliable operation. Both front and rear executive seats provide optimum rider comfort and comes with plenty of storage!



  • Brake System: Electromagnetic brakes or optional hand brake lever (which enables rider to coast until rider applies hand brake)
  • Fully adjustable front seat
  • On/Off & alarm activation key fob
  • High/low speed setting switch
  • Large wheels
  • Neon blue running lights
  • Wide heavy duty tubeless --- tires
  • Forward & reverse switch
  • Shocks on all 3 wheels
  • Speedometer and battery charge indicator
  • Rear seat belt
  • Glove box
  • Locking storage under seat
  • Rear cargo basket
  • Full lighting system- headlight with high/low beam, tail & brake lights, turn signals
  • Key start
  • Anti-theft alarm system
  • Variable speed control twist throttle 


Weight Capacity 



Up to 15 mph 


35 miles per charge (distance varies on terrain, riders weight, road surface, etc.) 

Front seat: Type 

Rider seat with backrest & arm rests 

Front seat: Size 

12”x 16”x14” (LxWxH) 2” Thickness 2” 

Front seat: 

27 . “from Ground 

Rear seat: Type 

Adjustable Back rest / Sliding 

Rear seat: Size 

20”x17 ½”x13” with rear basket Length 29” 

Steering Height 

39” from Ground 

Turning Radius 





700 Watt 

Motor Type: 

Transaxle differential brushless 


20 AH 


48 Volts 


74”x26”x43 ½”” (LxWxH) 

Floor Clearance: 

4 ½” 

Rear Basket Dimensions: 

13”x16”x11” (LxWxH) 


(4) Sealed Lead Acid Maintenance Free 

Forward/Reverse switch: 


High/ Low Speed switch: 

(3) Speed switch 

Front tire size: 

16” tire type3.0 – 10 Tubeless 

Rear tire size: 

16” tire type: 3.0 – 10 Tubeless 


48-volt Smart Charger included 

Throttle Type: 

Variable Speed Control – Twist Throttle 

Key Start: 


Braking System: 

Front and Rear drum brakes with Electronic Braking (EBS) 

Drive System: 

700 Watt Brushless Motor 


12v LED Lights 

Rear lights: 

12v Bulb 

Carton Size: 

Shipped Fully assembled on Pallet – 63”x 36”x 54” (LxWxH) 

Scooter Weight: 

261lbs with batteries 

Battery Indicator: 


Front Suspension: 

Front Fork Shocks 

Rear Suspension: 

Rear Shock Absorbers 


(2) rear reflectors 


Limited – 3 Year Warranty 

Weight Capacity 600 lbs.
Product Weight 261 lbs
Heaviest Piece 225 lbs.
Battery Type 20 AH
Maximum Speed 15 mph
Drive Range 35 Miles
Turning Radius 50"
Seat Width 16"(Front) & 17.5" (Rear)
Seat Depth 12"(Front) & 20"(Rear)
Seat Type Stadium Style Seat
Overall Length 74"
Overall Width 26"
Overall Height 43.5"
Ground Clearance 4.5"
Front Wheel Size 16"
Rear Wheel Size 16"
Wheel Type 3-Wheel
Bariatric Yes

EW Scooter Warranties

EW-01, EW-02, EW-27, EW-36, EW-38, EW-54, EW-66 & EW-72

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From Robert Anderson | 2020-09-20 11:43:54

I am looking at purchasing the EW-66 to use as local transportation when cruising on the intracoastal waterway on our trawler. It would be well above water level, but it would be stored outside behind the Pilothouse. Hopefully your weather cover would keep it dry in the event of rain. The question: Is the EW-66 built in such a way that it could withstand the elements normally associated with the above environment? Is your weather cover adequate for that task? The unit would have to be lifted to the dock for use, and lifted from the dock for storage. The Question: How would you recommend attaching a sling so that it could be winched into place.


We can supply you with a fantastic product to use however this question is something that we can not make a recommendation on your specific question.

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