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The click sound is likely the electric brake releasing. If the brake is working and the scooter wont roll, then you engage it and you can push the scooter then you have a motor or motor wiring problem. The Pride Rally is an older model whose electronics do not verify the motor is working prior to allowing the scooter to start. Please disconnect the motor wiring and check the motor's electrical resistance. It should read less than 3 ohms on a meter. If it doesn't, pull, clean and or replace the motor brushes if its a serviceable unit. If not - you may need a new motor - especially if the reading of the motor winding is over 3 ohms.