The end user is a 48-year-old male with severe arm and leg weakness. The user can stand but cannot walk. This is the ultimate scooter for getting around outdoors. It is large, powerful, and can drive through or over many things other than water. It has a great deal of speed and torque, and the batteries are good for several miles on flat surfaces. It is a very stable and comfortable scooter, particularly with the shock absorbers as one takes the scooter off-road. The LED lights are not just there for decoration. They are very bright and work exceptionally well at night. This was my fourth scooter from Pride, and it has the same level of design quality, operational similarities with the rest of the Pride line, and the feeling as with the other scooters of extreme durability. Also, as with all the other Pride scooters, I had this one assembled and working within 10 min. after it was delivered, with minimal tools requirement. Other than installing the batteries and the seat, no other assembly work is required. Finally, the standard seat it comes with is unbelievably comfortable. An added benefit of ordering from [...] was the [...] free scooter cover, flag, and drink holder It is not a general-purpose scooter, and people with leg weakness would have an extremely difficult time getting on or off the scooter. The seat is 27 inches from the ground at a minimum. The scooter seems to be designed for riding longer distances, probably on roads, so the horn could really use more decibels. It could also use a small odometer and speedometer. The steering column is not for people with weak arms or upper body, as it takes a bit of effort to push the delta tiller, especially if the vehicle is not moving. The battery rating was for approximately 20 miles of driving, but this was not achieved if any appreciable amount of hills are on the driving path. Finally, this scooter has all the same warnings as other Pride scooters regarding exposure to water. Given that this particular scooter is specifically designed as an all-terrain vehicle, one would think that Pride should make this particular scooter a bit more water resistant.