Having a class C RV, we needed a solution for local transportation after setting camp, and a scooter was our solution. However, a reliable hitch mount rack was a necessity. The Mototote was the most esthetically pleasing, and without adjustable pins to fit around the tires like the cheaper hitch mount rack models, it was very easy to load (I'm 65 years old). The tie down arms were far enough from the body of the scooter to seem very stable, and using the "Canyon Dancer" handlebar harness, we were able to securely transport the scooter on a cross-country trip without any issues of tilting or jostling. The only downside is that the mounting bolts rusted very quickly, though substituting stainless steel bolts would easily solve this small problem.