20 Adler Circle, Galveston, Texas, USA, 77551
409-740-3087 Fax-409-740-4312 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobility, Customer Service,
am pleased to be able to provide this letter and photo in
support of the Lexis Light. I hope that my ringing endorsement
will help convince other men and women with mobility problems to
buy one. It is a product that exceeded expectations.
I heard about the Lexis Light
from a happy owner that I introduced myself to at an airport in
November 2006. I bought it on the Internet in December and was
pleased from Day 1 by the service that you provided.
has provided me the essential transportation capability that I need
to keep going after the weakness that polio and age did to my legs.
I had just about stopped traveling. I could not cope with airports,
hospitals or large buildings.
The scooter worked wonderfully on and off a cruise ship in December,
days after it was delivered. I learned how to open even the heavily
spring-loaded doors that you find in hotels and on the ship.
As a retired aerospace engineer, I am impressed with the excellent
engineering that went into its design. As with an aircraft, it is
essential to keep weight down while still providing strength enough
to carry a big load. The structural design of the frame does that.
The seat is so comfortable that I prefer to stay on the scooter
rather than transferring to the seats provided at airport terminals.
Because the scooter disassembles and reassembles so easily into
three components that I can lift, I can travel
alone in my small van, unload it and ride directly to and
from the aircraft, itself. Disassemble, have the ground support
people treat the three tagged parts like a baby carriage and stow
carefully. Reverse the process at the destination and ride away.
My photo does not show it, but I have found that I can sling a
carry-on bag strap around the back of the seat and put a full size
garment bag in front of me and not overload the high torque motor,
even going up and down ramps and jetways. The battery is so easy to
install people donít believe it. So far, it has given me far more
range than I need before recharging.
I have already purchased a second scooter to give to an assisted
living facility and continue to recommend it to men and women who
stop me on my travels. Travels that I would not be making without
the scooter. I have used it in City Hall, jury duty, hospitals,
convention centers, restaurants and hotels. Thanks to the ADA, ramps
are almost always available. If they are not, I can easily lift the
scooter over most curbs and single steps.
GEORGE C. PRILL
P.S. I am attaching two photos; the original and one that crops out
the man next to me, but includes my wife. They will print out well
in color. I can send you prints, if you need them. The photo shows
how I can sling my collapsible cane, and permits the reader to see
the name on the battery.