An electric scooter is a big investment, and for a lot of people, it's even considered their pride and joy. So, it's important to make sure you look after your vehicle and keep it safe! We've put together a handy guide on exactly how you can lock your scooter, listed some great locks that are available and where to buy them.
How to ride an electric scooter Every day more and more people are converting to electric scooters as a mode of transport, and the popularity of the vehicle is rapidly rising. However, electric scooters aren't only used for commuting - they're also very fun to ride, and more advanced riders enjoy taking them off-road and perfecting tricks and jumps. Electric scooters are economical, relatively cheap to buy in comparison to a car, and are very easy to transport. All of these reasons contribute to the ever growing popularity of the vehicle. But, while an electric scooter may sound great in...
Imagine if you could get from A to B without spending any money on petrol or wasting time in traffic. Believe it or not, this can be achieved by something as simple as investing in an electric scooter. Below we've ranked ten state-of-art electric scooters by their speed capabilities and included a speed rating. Here are the fastest electric scooters on the market.
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With increased fuel costs and insurance premiums, global warming, congested roads, rising unemployment and lower confidence in job security, (just to name a small handful), many people are looking, in these uncertain times, to address their household and workplace budgets as well as seeking alternatives to their lifestyle.
Electric scooters are cheap to run and maintain, are reliable and leave much less of an environmental footprint. Put into perspective, they can literally save you thousands of dollars. How many dollars exactly, and can this be
You’ve got your scooter, but what has your scooter got? Is it fitted with lights, or a speedometer and/or odometer for example?
If you are considering a scooter, the type of escooter tyre may help you narrow down your options. If you are planning on using a regular route, e.g to work, walk or bike and check out the terrain and any inclines beforehand. This is one of the most common reasons riders come back to iScoot to Trade Up or upgrade their ride. At almost 20% of total sales needing to upgrade within the year, it’s clearly worth taking the time to review your priorities prior to purchase.
Morning! Mark here from iScoot. We're here today to talk to you about what we believe are the best scooters for under $3,000. Our job here at iScoot is to bring you the best scooters from all around the world - and today I think we've got some fantastic scooters that fit into that beautiful $3,000 category perfectly.
Now I’ve nothing against bikes, but riding with my kids was getting to be a bit of a chore. Don’t get me wrong, I love to spend time with them. But it’s not exactly flat around our place. One kid would get miles ahead, the other would need a shoelace done up. Then one might succumb to exhaustion and so I’d have to push that bike up the hill as well as my own. And although not completely out of the routine, we go riding electric scooters more often.
Transport in Australia is the third-largest source of greenhouse effects with the emissions. Close to 87% of Australian commuters travel by vehicle to work. According to Energy and Transport Subsidiaries in Australia, about 70% of the greenhouse emissions are a result of the energy and transport industries. Since 1990, greenhouse emissions have increased by 62% which is a higher number than any other sector. Data shows that the emissions from transport are increasing and forecast to be above 82% by 2030.
People who are new to riding e-scooters have one major concern — whether they can be used in the rain because electricity and water are not a good combination. Riding an e-scooter requires close contact making people scared of being zapped (real or imagined, the thought of it happening is an unpleasant one) – turns out the chances are very low.