Published at Saturday, 04 August 2018. Electric Scooters. By Lou Johnston.
The first thing to realise about motorised scooters is the top speed. Gas scooters are almost always faster than electric scooters with maximum speeds around 30 mph while those with electric motors reach up to about 20 mph. Taking into account safety considerations is needed here as, although your child may ask for a faster scooter he may not be ready for one that can go this fast. A slower, electric scooter may be safer until he has learned how to handle one responsibly and skillfully.
Motorised scooters, such as Razor electric scooters and Go-Peds, have become very popular in recent years and are a good way to bridge the gap between kick scooters and full sized mopeds and scooters. Kick scooters are fine for smaller children but when they want to move on to something faster and more sophisticated an electric or gas scooter would be a good buy.
Children should also be taught the right way to look after the body of the scooter by keeping them out of mud and drying them properly before putting them away to prevent corrosion.
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