Living my long standing dream, I've joined the ranks of the esteemed RV Fulltimer

Friday, April 22, 2011

Too small? But I like the mileage!

In the UK, it's legal on the foot paths

and in the stores...

According to the manufacturer, ETA (Environmental Transport Association) was developed to, "...highlight the estimated 220,000 people who use a mobility scooter without breakdown cover and face the prospect of a very long wait should they suffer a mechanical fault or their battery runs flat..."

The QT Van got it's name because it encompasses three very British pastimes: queuing, tea and caravans.

Currently, it's being marketed as the perfect way of for elderly spectators to stake-out the best spot on the Royal Wedding procession route, without spending the night sleeping on the pavement.

Standard features include a 19" TV and a kettle. Optional features include solar roof panels, satellite dish, gaming console, central heating, external luggage rack, bespoke paint (whatever that is)

Watch the video, to take a tour of the vehicle. Don't worry, it won't take long!


  1. oh my gosh, that thing is adorable! and if you're in the uk, it would be perfect for the nightly bar crawl, too!

  2. That is soooo cool! Wouldn't it be fun to have one?

  3. Carey, Only in the UK? We'd still need a designated driver.

    B, I just love it. I'm thinking instead of the scooter, a couple of goats or mini donks to pull it. I might need an extra for the bathroom facilities, though.

  4. I think the White Dog Army needs one of LEAST one!

    Your offer to help YoYo get to his forever home was so kind and generous...thank you for reaching out. He flys from Kari on Pet Airways to Phoenix where Comet and Bleu's mom (a Bit of Wisdom from a couple of Spitz) is picking him up and she will meet us in Winslow. Then we will head back to Albuquerque, newst recruit to The White Dog Army in tow. By midnight or so Tuesday, YoYo should be trying out his new bed! For the future, our email is sehismithATaolDOTcom Again, thanks for reminding us how incredibly caring and big-hearted this blog community is. Please check out our blog regularly. We like yours...a lot.