The mobility carrier provides a platform to transport the mobility scooter. The ramp, when mounted on the passenger side, easily folds down to allow for quick loading and unloading next to or on the curb. Call 800-298-8924 to order Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier part number MSCR or order online at Free expert support on all Brophy products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp. Hitch Cargo Carrier reviews from real customers.
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Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp

Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier

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Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier - MSCR

The mobility carrier provides a platform to transport the mobility scooter. The ramp, when mounted on the passenger side, easily folds down to allow for quick loading and unloading next to or on the curb.


  • Hinged ramp design
  • Doubles as a regular cargo carrier when not transporting the scooter
    • Great for hauling lawn equipment - lawn mowers, snow blowers, etc.
  • 6 tie down mounting points are built in
  • Powder coated black finish resists rust and corrosion
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Includes anti-rattle device to minimize noise and movement
  • Pin and clip not included
  • Ramp can be mounted on either side of the platform for curbside or street loading/unloading


  • Designed for use with 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Deck size measures 27" wide x 44" long
    • Overall dimensions: 27-3/4" wide x 44-3/4" long
    • Shank length from end to carrier: 9"
    • Shank length from pin hole to carrier: 7"
  • Capacity: 350 lbs
  • Carrier weight: 95 lbs
  • Ramp measures 26" wide x 42" long
  • 1-Year warranty

cargo carrier with ramp collapsed onto platform

Ramp collapses flat into carrier platform for storage

carrier with ramp in the upright position

When in use, the ramp is stored in an upright position and is also used to help secure cargo on the platform.

Pins with clips are used to secure the ramp in the up position and in the collapsed, stored position.

MSCR Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp

Video of Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp

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Video Transcript for Brophy Trailer Hitch Mobility Scooter Carrier Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Brophy Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier. This does have the fold down ramp. The part number on this is MSCR. Now our ramp is held down here, as you can see, with a couple of bail pins. We're just going to pull those out and then we can pull our folding ramp out. As you can see it's a nice long ramp, it measures 42 inches.

This is going to give us plenty of room to get our scooter or cargo, lawnmower, whatever we need to get up on this, it's going to be a simple process. Now, we can position this to exit the passenger's side as we have it now or by removing two bolts, we can slide this off the main shank, rotate it around, slide it back on and put those bolts back in if you want a driver's side exit. The rack itself is made of a very sturdy steel construction. They put a black powder coat finish on it. It's going to help it stand up against the elements. As you can see here, they do have an expanded steel floor.

It does a couple of things, it gives us nice grip on any of the tires on the scooters as we're coming up but this is also going to allow that dirt and debris to fall through, not build up on top and create corrosion down the road. The carrier will double as a standard cargo carrier for you as well. As you can see whether we've got our scooter loaded up or just some cargo that we need to haul, point A to point B, the ramp will lock up any, what I call the stored position or the transport position, whatever you'd like. Bring over the two metal arms that hold it in place and we'll use the same bail pins that we had on it when it was compacted. They include a nice anti-rattle device here. We'll show you how that works as we install it. Now that we'll gone over a few of the key features, let's go ahead and get that taken care of.

Let me show you how to get it installed on the car. Now this is a heavier carrier, I mean, it's made of real heavy-duty steel so if you don't have two people to load it onto the vehicle. A way I've started doing it is I'm just going to bring this in until we get it so that it's going to rest inside of our hitch tube, we're then going to pick up on the rear while we're pushing in and it's going to slide right in there for us. Now we'll line up our hitch pin holes, we're going to slide through our pin and clip, we're using part number PC3 today, the pin and clip is sold separately so if you don't already have one at the house, pick one up. We'll secure the pin here on the other side with the clip, if I can hang onto it. All right, now that we've got that taken care of we'll get our anti-rattle device, it's going to consist of a black plate, it's got an angle to it, a U-bolt and two nylon locking nuts.

The U-bolt will come around the underside of our receiver tube, our flat plate will then fit right on top of that U-bolt and then we're going to thread on our two locking nuts right onto the top of that U-bolt. Now we do have pretty limited access here with the Subaru, it's just going to depend on the style of hitch that you're using whether it will work and what kind of clearance you have above it but this does need to be mounted in the upward position. Your U-bolt should come from around the bottom side of your receiver and up through. Now that we've got our nuts started, we're going to take our wrench, uses a 14mm, and we'll tighten those on down. We'll want to tighten each one down a little bit at a time just to get the play out of it. Then we can tighten it down, finally, once we have both of those resting down on top of that plate. As you can see before I tighten that down all the way, we've got some play in the carrier there. Now let me tighten these down so we can see what kind of effect this is going to have. There we go, now that we've got both of those nice and tight, as you can see we've gotten rid of a lot of that play that we had on that carrier before we got started. The usable deck size on our carrier is going to measure 27 inches wide by 44 inches long. It also offers a 350 pound weight capacity. The ramp is 26 inches wide by 42 inches long. Now that we've showed you how to install it, let's load up some gear and see how it does once we get out on the road. We're first going to unfold our ramp. Today, we've got a lawnmower we're going to be loading up just so you can see how it's going to work. Bring it right on up and a nice thing that I like about it is where the ramp is here, there's actually a small lip. In all situations it's not going to work and don't leave it unattended but as you can see once we have our wheeled item up on here, it's going to give us a little bit of resistance to keep that from rolling back off. It's in no way going to keep everything on the ramp at all times but it will give us a little bit of aid. With that loaded up, we'll bring our ramp up just as we've done before, get it in the upright position. The guys at Brophy, they we're pretty thoughtful when they built the carrier, they've given us . Let me get this in and I'll show you. They given us eight different tie down locations. We've got one, two, three, four here on the rear, on the front we've got one, two, three, four so if my math's is correct that's eight tie down locations. When we need to strap in our gear, get our stuff in there, we're going to have plenty of connection points to do that too. With the lawnmower on here, it's time to strap it down, use our connection points between the front and rear here and it's nice, we just clip our strap in there, we don't have to worry about it coming off as we're going down the road. That's strapped up there and we can just secure our strap however we want it. Now I'll get one more strap on there and then we'll take it out through the test course so you can see what it looks like in action. When we start our test course, we first go through the slalom course. This is going to show us the side to side movement of the rack. We go into our alternating speed bumps. That shows us some torquing action on it so you'll see if it's going to twist or anything like that as we're going through the potholes. Then we'll get into the solid speed bumps. Those are going to show us that up and down movement, this way we'll be able to see if it's going to bounce around a lot. That will complete today's look at the Brophy Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with fold down ramp, part number MSCR. .

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Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp - MSCR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

The mobility carrier provides a platform to transport the mobility scooter. The ramp, when mounted on the passenger side, easily folds down to allow for quick loading and unloading next to or on the curb.


by: Betty S01/14/2013



Love it everyone wants to know where I got it .and I tell them thanks

Betty S - 07/28/2014



by: Chris03/04/2009

Just love mine I had to drill a few holes larger to get everything right. It sure has come in handy for my snowblower, power washer, and junk I don't want to put in my mini van. Buy it you will like it. 1621


by: Chris03/19/2010

Great to have I use it for my snowblower and powerwasher. Tucks away nicely in garage. Quite heavy, but managable. Make sure you secure it in your garage or it will fall on your car 2822


by: Harold03/08/2008

Great Product, Great Price What an awesome deal. Now I can take my scooter everywhere. 660


by: Janet Bruns05/18/2012

Will provide with much needed mobility. Thank you. 40958


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  • The Pro Series Ready 20x48 Cargo Carrier, part # 6500, cannot be used on a 2 inch vehicle hitch but a similar carrier, # C18110 can fit a 2 inch hitch. The Segway can weigh no more than 150 pounds. I did a bit of researching on the Segways and I did not come across any that weighed more than 150 pounds. You may also want to measure the Segway to make sure it will fit on the platform. We do have other carriers that may be better suited to your needs. We have some carriers that were designed...
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  • Will a Pride Mobility Celebrity X Scooter Fit on the MSCR Carrier?
  • The Pride Celebrity X Scooter has an overall length of 46 inches and an overall width of 24 inches (see diagram link below). It has a weight of 217-1/2 pounds so the MSCR scooter carrier will not work. We do carry another carrier, the SC500, which has a weight capacity of 500 pounds that has ample length and width for your scooter.
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  • Hitch Mounted Cargo Carrier with Ramp that Will Clear the Spare Tire on a 2010 FJ Cruiser
  • Thank you for the extensive measurements you have provided. That will help out a lot in determining cargo carrier fit. Based on the measurements, we do have a few cargo carriers that will fit, but the The Moover Transporter System, # 5801600, will not fit. The problem is that the spare tire will make contact with the cargo carrier rails, and the ramp may not be able to shut properly. Instead, I recommend a carrier that will extend out beyond the spare tire so the tire is not an issue....
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  • What is the Overall Length and Folding Arm Length of Flip-up Stinger for Scooter Carriers
  • The overall length of replacement scooter carrier arm # RFUB is 36-3/4 inches. The longer arm that folds is approximately 28 inches long. It is designed as a replacement for carrier # MSLF or to turn carrier # MSCR into a folding carrier.
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  • Recommendation for a Straight Shank Trailer Hitch Mounted Cargo Carrier with a Ramp, Toyota Tundra
  • We do have several hitch mounted cargo carriers that have a ramp, but the Curt 20x60 Folding, Aluminum Cargo Carrier, # C18100, does not come with a ramp. I have included a link to all of the hitch mounted cargo carriers we have that fit 2 inch trailer hitches and have a ramp. The Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier, # MSCR, has a fold down ramp and the deck sets right on top of the straight shank so there is no rise to worry about when placing items in the carrier.
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  • What is the Actual Weight of the Mobility Scooter Carrier for use on a 2001 Honda CR-V
  • The actual weight, according to the manufacturer, of the Mobility Scooter Carrier, item # MSCR, is 95 pounds. I checked out the Pride GoGo Ultra X electric scooter, on the web, and found that it is 71 pounds without batteries and 92 pounds with batteries. The only 2 inch hitch we carry for for 2001 Honda CRV, item # 13314, has a tongue weight capacity of 350 pounds. This means that the 187 pounds of the carrier, and the scooter with batteries would be compatible with that hitch. You...
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  • Availability of Hitch and Scooter Carrier To Fit a 2000 Chevy Malibu
  • I have the Curt Class II 1-1/4 Inch Hitch, part # 12027, for your 2000 Chevrolet Malibu that has a 350 pound tongue weight capacity. I also have the Oldenkamp Hitch Cargo Carrier, part # RHWC1114, that will fit a Class II hitch and will transport a scooter that will weigh less than 230 pounds. I am including a link to the installation instructions on the Curt hitch. If your scooter is less than 230 pounds then this hitch and scooter carrier will work for you. You will also need the Curt...
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  • Brophy Scooter Carrier Recommendation for Transporting a Scooter
  • I would recommend you get a Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Ramp # MSCR. This carrier is specifically designed for transporting scooters and has a ramp built into it. You will need a hitch with a 2 inch opening. This carrier has a capacity of 350 lbs, but you will still need to check the tongue weight capacities of your vehicle and the hitch on your vehicle. You will need to make sure that the weight of the carrier plus the weight of the scooter does not exceed the...
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  • Trailer Hitch and Cargo Carrier Recommendation for Motorized Scooter on a 2002 Ford Explorer
  • In order to carry a hitch mounted cargo carrier for a motorized scooter, I recommend a class III trailer hitch. If your 2002 Ford Explorer is a 2-Door, you can use Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch, # 70647. For a 4-Door model, use # 87417. Each of these has a tongue weight capacity of 500 pounds. This higher tongue weight capacity is recommended for carrying a motorized scooter on a cargo carrier. For carriers, we have several options. You will want something that has a ramp to make loading/unloading...
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  • Trailer Hitch for MSCR Scooter Carrier on 2006 Kia Sedona
  • We have trailer hitches for your 2006 Kia Sedona Van and you can get one from our online store or by calling 1-800-298-8924. The Hidden Hitch 70761, 2 inch by 2 inch class III trailer hitch, would be a good choice. If you need wiring, then you could use wiring harness 118410 to wire your vehicle. The Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp will work very well with this hitch and both have a weight capacity of 350 pounds. We also have accessories you may need such...
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  • Will The Hitch Cargo Carrier, # MSCR, Work For A Rally 4 Scooter On A Honda Pilot
  • I looked up the Rally 4 scooter and it said it has a dimension of 21 inches X 44 inches and weighs 144 lbs. with a battery. It also has 3 inches of ground clearance. The Brophy Hitch Cargo Carrier, # MSCR, has a deck size of 27 inches wide X 44 inches long. That might make fitting your scooter pretty tight. This hitch cargo carrier does require a 2 inch Class III hitch. The ramp should be no problem for the your scooter to get up. The Rage Powersports Hitch Cargo Carrier, # SC500,...
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  • Will Ramp on Moover Transporter Cargo Carrier, Part # 5801600 Fold Down Flat Against Carrier Deck
  • The ramp on the Moover Transporter Cargo Carrier with Side Rails and Ramp, part # 5801600 would sit up at an approximate 90 degree angle as shown in the product description photo. The hinges will not allow it to be folded back flat onto the floor of the carrier. The ramp on the Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier with Fold Down Ramp, part # MSCR will collapse flat against the floor of the carrier for storage. This carrier might be a better choice for you, although it is a bit...
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  • Mobility Scooter Carrier for 1998 Honda Passport
  • The fit of a scooter carrier on your Passport will depend on the distance between the hitch pin hole in your receiver and the furthest rearward portion of your spare tire (see photo). The rear mounted spare tire on your Passport might prevent the shank of the carrier from completely sliding into the receiver of your hitch unless you choose a carrier that has a shank that has a hitch pin hole to closest portion of the carrier distance that is long enough. The Brophy Scooter Carrier you...
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  • Trailer Hitch Mount Cargo Carrier for the Front of a 2002 Chevy Avalanche to Carry a Generator
  • I would go with MaxxTow carrier # MT70260. It has a longer ramp at 60 inches compared to the 48 inch ramp on the carrier you referenced. You would not have to have any sort of stabilizer bracket though it would help. The front hitch is most likely rated high enough for the weight of the generator and carrier. You will need to make sure the front axle capacity is high enough for the added weight. Keep in mind that carrying the generator in front of the vehicle is going to block airflow...
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  • Mobility Scooter Carrying Options for 2010 Subaru Impreza
  • The Subaru Impreza would use a Class I receiver like part # 60893 for a Non-STi Sedan model Impreza or part # 60303 for a hatchback model with single exhaust. The MSCR scooter carrier you mentioned is only compatible with a Class III or higher hitch with a 2 inch receiver opening, instead of the 1-1/4 inch receiver opening used by the Class I receiver. The problem lies in the fact that none of our wheelchair/scooter carriers are compatible with a Class I receiver, due to the low tongue...
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  • How to Carry a Mobility Scooter with a 2005 Chrysler Sebring Sedan
  • You can install a Class II trailer hitch on your 2005 Chrysler Sebring sedan using trailer hitch # 36301. However, this hitch, and all of the hitch options for your vehicle, have 1-1/4 inch receivers, not 2 inch receivers, so you could not use carrier # MSCR. The only carrier that will fit a 1-1/4 inch receiver and has a ramp is # RHWC1114. This carrier has a 230 pound capacity, so the hitch can hold it. The hitch has a 300 pound tongue weight capacity but once you subtract the weight...
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  • Cargo Carrier Recommendation for a Pride Victory Scooter and Hitch for 2007 Suburu Outback Wagon
  • As long as your 2007 Subaru Outback Wagon is not the Sport model, the Hidden Hitch # 87446 will work well to carry your Pride Victory Sport Scooter. I have a brief installation video of this hitch on your vehicle. In my research I have found that your scooter has an overall dimension of 47 inches in length and 25.9 inches in width. With those dimensions, the Mobility Scooter Carrier # MSCR you referenced will not fit your scooter - it is not long enough. The MaxxTow 30x50 Carrier...
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  • Hitch and Cargo Carrier Recommendation for Transporting a Wheel Chair with a 2003 Dodge Caravan
  • I checked with Yakima and yes, the Yakima SuperJoe Pro 2 Bike Rack # Y02629 is a confirmed fit for your 2003 Dodge Caravan. However, this bike rack was not designed for carrying wheelchairs and because of that I can not safely recommend you attempt to do so. I believe the safest option for you would be to install a hitch on your vehicle and then put a cargo carrier on the hitch and then secure the wheel chair to the cargo carrier. For a hitch, I would recommend you get a Hidden Hitch...
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  • Can a Cheverolet Aveo Carry Trailer Hitch Mounted Scooter Carrier
  • The Scooter Carrier you are interested in, part number MSCR can only be used with a hitch that has a 2 inch receiver. The Chevrolet Aveo can only use a Class I hitch, which can only handle 200 lbs of tongue weight, or downward force. Although we offer cargo carriers that the scooter might fit on, the weight of the scooter and carrier would almost certainly damage the hitch and the vehicle.
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  • Recommendation for Carrying a Wheel Chair on a 2009 Chevy Malibu
  • The trailer hitches for a 2009 Chevy Malibu are Class II trailer hitches with a 1-1/4 receiver so the Brophy carrier, # MSCR, will not fit (unless you have a hitch on the car already that has a 2 inch receiver and the capacity to hold the weight of the carrier, 90 pounds, and the weight of the wheel chair). We do have a wheel chair carrier that will fit a Class II trailer hitch. Take a look at the Trailer Hitch Mounted Scooter / Wheel Chair Carrier, # RHWC1114. With this carrier it will...
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  • Brophy Mobility Scooter Carrier # MSCR on 2008 Chevy Tahoe
  • The Brophy Mobility Scooter Carrier, part # MSCR would not be a permanent installation. It would slide into the receiver tube, and be secured by a pin and clip like # PC3 or a locking hitch pin, like # 40107. Keep in mind, however that the carrier weighs just a bit less than 90 lbs, so installing and removing it will be a two-person operation. The furthest rearward portion of the carrier would extend 36 inches rearward from the hitch pin hole in the receiver on your Tahoe, and the lowest...
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  • Can a Hitch Extender be Used with a Scooter Carrier on the Back of an RV
  • The use of a hitch extender will reduce the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch by 50 percent. The hitch would have to have a tongue weight capacity of more than 466 pounds. The other problem is that there is considerably more movement at the back of an RV than a regular vehicle because the rear end is further from the rear axle. With the use of an extender, the carrier will be even further away and create tremendous stress on the hitch and where it is attached to the RV. Because...
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  • Cargo Carrier Recommendation for a 2010 Mazda 5 GT
  • For a cargo carrier for your 2010 Mazda 5 GT you will need one that is Class I compatible. The part # MSCR that you referenced is for 2 inch hitches like what are found on larger vehicles. You would need to use a carrier like the part # 6500 as it is the most similar. Using a hitch adapter isn't the best route since doing so cuts the already low tongue weight capacity of a Class I hitch in half.
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  • Trailer Hitch and Hitch Mounted Carrier Recommendation for a 2012 Ford Focus Sedan
  • All of the trailer hitches available for the 2012 Ford Focus sedan are Class I hitches. This means that they have 1-1/4 inch receivers and a limited capacity and can only be used with accessories that are rated for use in a Class I hitch. The most popular hitch option for your car is # 24872. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. The Brophy carrier, # MSCR, will only fit in 2 inch trailer hitches so it will not work for a Focus. I have included a link...
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  • How Do you Access Rear Door of Vehicle with Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter # MSCR Installed
  • When you have the Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter # MSCR installed on the hitch of your 2013 Honda CRV you are going to need to reach around it to access the rear cargo door of the vehicle. Most likely you would need to lower the ramp to have clearance to open the rear door.
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  • Would the Brophy Scooter Carrier # MSCR Work Well to Transport 250 lbs
  • The weight capacity for the Scooter Carrier with Ramp part # MSCR that you referenced is 350 lbs. If the hitch on your vehicle is rated for at least the weight of this carrier (91 lbs), plus the weight of your cargo (250 lbs), you should be just fine. These two would be a total of 341 lbs. This carrier isn't rated for off-road use so I would recommend you take it easy on any rough roads. I can't safely recommend you modify the carrier either.
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  • Hitch Mounted Cargo Carrier Recommendation for a 2011 Honda Fit
  • I have a solution for you, but the Trailer Hitch Mounted Mobility Scooter Carrier # MSCR that you referenced is designed to fit 2 inch hitches. If your 2011 Honda Fit had a hitch installed it would be a 1-1/4 inch hitch like the Draw Tite Hitch part # 24826. So you would need a cargo carrier that is compatible with a Class I 1-1/4 inch hitch, for that you would want the part # 6500. There are no cargo carriers with ramps available for a Class I hitch, so this would be your best option....
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