I got a Rover because a disability due to mobility, balance, back pain and lack of strength issues made riding my 2 wheel bike too unsafe and difficult. I've had my Rover for about a month now and it's amazing how I can barely walk around the house on my own two feet but I can go twenty miles on the Rover!
When I got the Rover it was just to replace short trips to the store, etc, that I used to make on the 2 wheeler, but realizing the ease with which I can go distances on the Rover has opened up a whole new world of activity for me. I live in Northern California and am planning on doing some camping trips this Summer. Already had a bike trailer, and now I've invested in a tent and other camping gear so I can spend some time on the road and in the woods. I'm not sure how well I can handle going up some of the hills, but there's only one way to find out! I might have to chug along in 1st gear at 4 MPH up some of the grades, but I'm not in any rush to get anywhere.
Hey, if some guys could ride TerraTrikes up to Mt. Everest Base Camp at 17000 feet, I should be able to make it up some California hills!