Paylakers often use gas or electric powered scooters to go to and from the weigh station to save time and reduce unnecessary stress on the fish. The fishermen attach adapters that hold the carp caddy upright on the back of the scooters. Roads used to travel around the lakes can be rocky, uneven and bumpy. Many fishermen place a piece of thick foam in the bottom of the caddy to keep the fish from bruising its head while traveling. Weigh slings are a better alternative when used.
I would pay money to see Skid on one of these things.