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Is the noise like a stone stuck in the tyre? If so, I think you have a dry axle, a common problem with Pride scooters and easily rectified. Simply remove the rear wheels, apply grease to the axle shafts, and re-fit the wheels. This should solve your problem. If it's a different type of noise, the problem may lie within the transaxle which would unfortunately involve a costly repair or most likely a replacement transaxle.

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