Children's Scooters Recalled Due to Fall Hazard
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
scooters have been recalled by GLOPO due to fall hazards. The company stated that
the Joyrider three-wheeled scooters are being recalled due to possible
detachment of the front wheels. The scooters have a low, foot-gripping
deck, adjustable metal T-bar handle, and multicolored handgrips. The scooters
come in a variety of colors and made of metal and plastic. The company
has received one report of wheels detaching from the front of the scooter
and injuring a child who fell from the scooter. GLOPO urges consumers
to stop using the product and contact the company for instructions on
a free repair kit. These scooters were sold online from Zuily.com from
June 2014 through July 2015 for $50 and Amazon.com from October 2014 through
January 2016 for about $80.
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