What you need to know about electric scooters

An electric scooter is a scooter with an electric motor. In the 1930s, the scooter was considered a child's toy. But with the evolution of technology in 2010, it has become a personal means of travel. Follow this article to make a good choice for your electric scooter.

An electric scooter, a means of personal transport

The electric scooter is a personal mobility device equipped with an electric motor and batteries. Its journeys are often short and are usually made on the pavement. It offers a range of 25 km with an average speed of 25 km and allows you to ride without spending too much energy. However, some powerful scooters can have a speed of 90km. Its autonomy and speed depend on the power of the battery and the motor and also on the route you take. Indeed, to ride it, you have to put your feet on the platform and guide it with the handlebars. To slow down or accelerate, you have to operate the triggers on the handlebars.

Criteria for choosing a good electric scooter

There are considerable criteria for choosing a good scooter. It is necessary to choose your electric scooter according to speed, range, charging time, weight, quality, model, brand and safety. There are scooter models with ranges from 15 km to 40 km. There are scooters with lead bacteria that take a long time to charge. If you like to make short trips of about 3 km, you can take an electric scooter with a range of 15 km. But if you want to make long trips, it is advisable to take an electric scooter that has a lithium battery because it has a long range. Also, if you like to carry your scooter on public transport, it is better to take a 10 or 15 kg scooter. It is best to buy an electric scooter that has front and rear disc brakes and front and rear lights.