For Quincy Rayne Portland, Oregon’s southeast Laurelhurst neighborhood is just about ideal. With food stores, restaurants, book stores and of course coffeehouses all nearby, Quincy can find everything she needs within a few miles radius. But rather than jump in a car for every trip, Quincy climbs on her GoPet scooter for most of her everyday routine.
“It’s an awesome way to get around Portland. I usually take it shopping and love to race around town, down to the riverfront, all over,” Rayne explains.
When not scooting around her neighborhood, Quincy takes her GoPet upstairs via the elevator to her condominium. ”The GoPet fits right through the door into the lobby and the elevator. I turn the scooter around in the elevator and I’m ready to get off on my floor.”
Quincy says she has had the scooter about a year and has not encountered any major problems. She rides both on the sidewalk and on the street depending upon conditions. As you can see from the accompanying pictures, Quincy has installed a pack on the front of her GoPet to hold various items and keep them out of the Oregon rain.
Quincy plans to add the new GoPet trailer to her scooter soon for even more transportation flexibility.