Traveling with a Scooter

The best way to travel with your Triad Scooter is what works for you. In this section, we will post our experiences, but we also would like to hear from you. If you give us permission, we will post your experiences as well. Simply fill out the form. Or, if you have a question that you would like answered, we will try to find someone who can answer it.

On many travel forums, people are jaded. They say, talk to the airline, etc. It is important to talk to the airlines, but it is also important to read about first-hand experiences, especially if you are a newbie traveling with a mobility issue.

For example, we would love to try an airline or a cruise with our scooter. As of September 2017, we haven't, and we want to read about others who have already blazed the trail.


If you do submit a story, there are some things to think about.

  • What Triad scooter did you have?
  • Any clearance issues or pictures?
  • If applicable, where did you store the scooter?
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Traveling with a Scooter

Articles on travel destinations, transportation, and best practices with a scooter.

Having Fun at Disney World with a scooter Bookmark

Having Fun at Disney World with a scooter

The Triad made all the difference in the world in my husband's trip to Disney. My husband never wanted to go back after he rented a regular four-wheel low scooter two years ago. With the Triad, he actually looked forward to returning. And boy, did we do everything.

The Triad Scooter with the Epcot Ball

My early 20's kids, my husband, and I all "drank" around Epcot. This is something that you only do once. I read lots of blogs about it, but the actual drinks in Epcot didn't live up to the hype for us. We would buy one or maybe two and then split the drinks.

The funniest part of the whole thing is that SOOO many people came up to my husband to talk about the scooter, we figured everybody else was drinking around the world too so they had no inhibition to approach. (Coming up and talking about the scooter is fine at any time, he LOVES talking about it. But, I think some people might wonder if it is OK to do.)

Tired Husband on a scooter at Epcot

My husband also compares his ride to a Chinese or Japanese steed. I can't remember which one. Of course, hubby doesn't have armor.

 

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