An electric motorized scooter is any device with two or more wheels with an electric motor on it and that does not feature pedals. Electric motorized scooters are clean, reliable, and fun. given that electric motors are quiet in nature, you can expect a mostly silent ride from your electric motorized scooter.
The electric motorized scooter is the perfect solution for urban commuters, allowing you to effortlessly zip to and from your destinations. The more portable versions of the electric motorized scooter include the Go Motorboard at 19.5 lbs and the Pacelite 701 full-suspension electric motorized scooter. The Go Motorboard's biggest quality is its portability. It's the lightest electric motorized scooter on the market, and it folds to a very compact size. In exchange for its portability, it has a shorter battery range, coming in at 3 miles per charge. Other electric motorized scooters can go up to about 8 miles in ideal conditions, and 5 miles in more realistic conditions. Either of these electric motorized scooters are perfect for use in conjunction with public transport. The Goped Hoverboard has front and rear suspension and delivers the smoothest ride of any electric motorized scooter, and the Go Motorboard is the easiest to transport when not in use.
If you do not need your electric motorized scooter to be extremely portable you can go with one of the larger models like the Pacelite 707, the GoPed ESR 750 (manufactured in California), or the LashOut. The aforementioned models are considered full size electric motorized scooters. Before investing in a full size electric motorized scooter you should take into account the issues of use and storage. Are you planning to use it to get to and from work? If so, where will you store the scooter while at work? And at home? A resident of New York City might not want to lock up their electric motorized scooter outside, and as such will need to have access to storage space.
Before purchasing an electric motorized scooter you may want to check with your local DMV or precinct about any regulations. Some states (Hawaii, for example) will require registration.
Now that you know all about the electric motorized scooter, all that's left is choosing an electric scooter.