iScoot Blog — Electric Scooter Safety

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eScooters and the Rain

eScooters and the Rain
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.

How to choose the right electric scooter for you: Brakes before speed!

How to choose the right electric scooter for you: Brakes before speed!
So, you have decided to buy an electric scooter to get you from A to B, and now you’re searching online for the scooter that goes the fastest…? Or, maybe I am wrong and what you really want is a means to navigate your way through the overwhelmingly many bright, shiny, zippy scooters on the market. Just so you know, we won’t be starting our discussion with the fastest scooter on the market. In fact we won’t be talking about speed at all. Sorry.

Electric scooter safety: How to avoid injuries when getting from A to B

Electric scooter safety: How to avoid injuries when getting from A to B
An electric scooter is a super convenient way to zip around without raising a sweat, whilst avoiding traffic jams and minimising your carbon footprint. With that said, there are some things that you should always keep in mind to ensure your own safety and the safety of others.
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