Published at Thursday, August 09th 2018. by Elva Hughes in Electric Scooters.
Gas and electric scooters both have one thing in common; both will move you from one location to another. But that is where the similarities end. One can get you there cheaper while the other is able to get you there faster. Gas powered scooters have more speed, but they will cost extra to operate and maintain because they run on gasoline. On the other hand, operation and maintenance expenses are lower for an electric motor scooter, but they won't go as fast. As we start our discussion about speed, the obvious question becomes "is a fast electric scooter fast enough for you?"
Is 100 MPH fast enough for you? If so, gas scooters will reach speeds in excess of what you need. Traveling high-speed highways can be achieved with gasoline power, even if the speed limits are 70 MPH or more. And traveling around the city is easy for these vehicles. No matter what your situation, a gas scooter is able to get you to your destination easily.
Quiet ... There's nothing better than cruising down the streets and the only thing you hear is the wind blowing in the air. Electric motors are quiet and give you an entirely different feeling when riding. Many gas-powered personal vehicles are louder than lawn-mowers. Quiet electric vehicles seem to glide down the road with ease and are welcomed in most communities.
Next let's think about maintenance. Gas scooters need more maintenance as the engine needs regular checks for oil and the spark plugs will need cleaning or replacing occasionally, just as you would for the engine in a car or lawn mower. An electric motor is virtually maintenance free so is easier for a child to look after.
Before you buy your fast electric scooter, find out what your state and local regulations are regarding the use of fast motor scooters on public roadways, sidewalks, bicycle trails, and other paths and areas. You may or may not need to get a special permit or license to ride your fast motor scooter. Be sure to obey all traffic laws and customs just as you would if you were riding a motorcycle or bicycle.
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