Published at Wednesday, 15 August 2018. Electric Scooters. By Cherry Flores.
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?"
The door slams and it's your child bragging about his friends' new scooter. For the next few days, all you hear is how cool it is and how fast it goes. It's obvious that your child wants an electric scooter too, but which kids electric scooter is right for them?
Most 100 watt and 140 watt electric scooters come with hard, solid rubber wheels. Though these wheels are good for this scooter, people are not told that with a rough road or rough riding surface, the wheels will get chewed up and in time, you will be replacing the wheels on these scooters. These scooters are rated to carry loads of up to 120 lbs, some rate as high as 200 lbs. However, our recommendation for these types of electric scooters would be no more than 60-70 lbs.
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