Yes, it is possible to choose between different types of batteries for each model of Triride. The technology used is Lithium-Ion. They differ in capacity and voltage: 36 Volt or 48 Volt both with different amperages.

The batteries can meet the personal needs of the user: with high capacity and greater travel autonomy, with capacities below 300 Wh, therefore corresponding to the IATA regulations for boarding flights for those who travel frequently and batteries with voltages higher for those who need more power in order to tackle routes with slopes or extreme difficulties.

On the order forms, you can choose from the available models.

Our batteries can withstand over a thousand charging cycles, corresponding to about 10 years of duration and have no memory effect. It is a good idea not to let them download completely. They take about 4-5 hours to refuel when fully charged. When the device is not used for a long time it is advisable to subject the batteries to a recharge cycle at least every two months.

The various triride models have different batteries available. For costs, you can contact your trusted dealer.

The device is universal and therefore can be attached to all wheelchairs on the market.
For special models, which require customized attachment systems, it is necessary to send a request to our company.

There are many accessories, we have a detailed catalog with photographs and descriptions for each spare part, item or accessory. It is possible to view the list of accessories and spare parts directly from the site or by requesting it by contacting us at the company.
There are different models in the catalog, they have wheels with different sizes, from 10 “up to 20”, there are different configurations, engines and features that are well described on the technical data sheets or on the company website. To make the best choice it is advisable to carry out a practical test at your trusted orthopedics by appointment or at home by requesting a contact with our local agent.
All road tests are absolutely without obligation and without obligation to purchase.

All Triride models are suitable for pulling people and wheelchairs with a maximum weight of 120 kg or more. However, for users weighing more than 120 kg, models with a high traction torque HT engine are recommended, as they allow you to tackle even important climbs.

For both ordinary and extraordinary interventions, it is advisable to contact the orthopedics/dealer who provided the aid which, for any repairs that cannot be carried out in their workshop, will contact the parent company directly. The replacement of the motor or the battery, if the device has been provided by your local ASL, may make it necessary to submit a request to the same body.

It is always better to contact your orthopedics/dealer since the device is equipped with a special anti-wear tire, designed to ensure excellent road holding during acceleration and braking as well as a long service life.

Since the Highway Code defines electric wheelchairs and scooters for the disabled NOT vehicles, it follows that they are allowed to circulate in areas reserved for pedestrians. The Highway Code regulates the behavior of pedestrians in article 190; of particular interest in this matter, point 7:
1. Pedestrians must circulate on the sidewalks, on the quays, on the avenues and on the other spaces prepared for them; if these are missing, cluttered, interrupted or insufficient, they must circulate on the edge of the carriageway opposite the direction of travel of the vehicles in order to cause the least possible obstruction to traffic. Outside built-up areas, pedestrians are obliged to move in the opposite direction to that of the vehicles on two-way carriageways and on the right-hand side with respect to the direction of travel of the vehicles when it is a one-way traffic carriageway. From half an hour after sunset to half an hour before it rises, pedestrians who circulate on the carriageway of roads outside the inhabited centers, without public lighting, are obliged to march in one row.
2. Pedestrians, to cross the carriageway, must use the pedestrian crossings, underpasses and overpasses. When these do not exist, or are more than a hundred meters away from the crossing point, pedestrians can cross the carriageway only perpendicularly, with the necessary attention to avoid dangerous situations for themselves or for others.
3. It is forbidden for pedestrians to cross the intersections diagonally; it is also forbidden to cross the squares and wide areas outside the pedestrian crossings, if they exist, even if they are at a distance greater than that indicated in paragraph 2.
4. It is forbidden for pedestrians to stop or linger on the carriageway, except in cases of necessity; it is also forbidden, by stopping in a group on pavements, quays or at pedestrian crossings, to obstruct the normal transit of other pedestrians.
5. Pedestrians who are about to cross the carriageway in an area without pedestrian crossings must give way to drivers.
6. It is forbidden for pedestrians to cross the road by passing in front of the buses, trolley cars and trams parked at the stops.
7. Machines for use by children or disabled people, even if powered by motors, with the limitations referred to in Article 46, may circulate on the parts of the road reserved for pedestrians, according to the procedures established by the bodies that own the roads pursuant to of Articles 6 and 7. (1)
8. Circulation using boards, skates or other speed accelerators is prohibited on the roadway.
9. It is forbidden to carry out unauthorized games, training and sporting events on the roadways. In the spaces reserved for pedestrians it is forbidden to use boards, skates or other speed accelerators that could create dangerous situations for other users.
10. Anyone who violates the provisions of this article is subject to administrative sanctions.
(1) Paragraph amended by law no. 120 of 29 July 2010
Triride has drawn up a protocol for the transport of the triride in flight.