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What Electric Scooter Should I Buy

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RangeIn general, e-bikes have a longer range than electric scooters. That being said, scooters are relatively easy to carry around, so range might be less of a worry for commuters who can plug in their scooters for a recharge after a short ride to the office, says Louis Pappas, principal and co-founder of Electric Avenue, a micromobility consulting firm.

E-bikes also might be easier and safer to ride for a broader set of users because a lot of people have experience riding a bike, while scooters could take some more time to adjust to and to learn how to balance on, Louis says.

Price RangeYou can get a pretty capable scooter for under $1,000, Benjamin says. By comparison, the average price for a commuter e-bike is $2,000 to $3,000. E-bikes, in general, have a wide price range and can go from less than $500 to thousands of dollars.

The public has spoken, and it turns out the public is way fonder of e-bikes than they are of electric scooters. On Twitter and Instagram, e-bikes won by a clear majority, with almost twice as many people voting for e-bikes over scooters.

Electric scooters are lightweight, practical, easy to ride, and can get you to work even faster than your car in some cases. However, even though they sound so perfect, they have some cons, including the price. This article should help you to decide if you should buy an electric scooter or not.

Later on, in 1919, the first prototype of an electric scooter was made. Now, we have all sorts of electric scooters available, some under only 22 pounds, with a range from 5-60 miles, and speeds up to 50 mph.

Electric scooters solve this problem as well, as there is almost no effort made. You will arrive at your destination fresh, which may be a huge advantage over bikes in some cases. If your job involves wearing a suit, it would be hard to move easily with a bike.

You can also use them for the full ride to work or school, but there are some limits regarding this. The first limit is the battery range. If you have more than 4-6 miles to work, you will need a more expensive scooter. The reason is the battery is the most expensive part of an electric scooter, and you need a good battery to get a range over 12 miles. However, if you can charge your scooter when you get at work or school, you can get one with a range of 7-8 miles.

In the past, scooters have been gas (petrol) operated, but now they are predominantly battery-powered, creating less noise and greater energy efficiency, and needing far less maintenance than their predecessors

We have a dedicated article to the cost of ownership and cost per mile for an electric scooter. Except for the buying price, which can be high especially if you already own a car, an electric scooter has an incredibly low cost per mile and ownership. As we said above, it needs very little maintenance compared to a car.

Electric scooters are pretty fast. You can read more about how fast electric scooters are in this article. Electric scooters are capable of delivering the same speeds as a traditional bike or e-bike but without peddling.

The price is the main obstacle for many of us. Electric scooters are pricy, especially the high-quality ones. The reason behind the high price is the battery. Batteries are expensive and hard to produce, so scooters that offer a long range will be quite expensive.

There are many variables depending on your situation such as your way to work and the money you are willing to spend on an electric scooter. If you want to read more about range and cost of ownership I left a link to those articles as well.if(typeof ez_ad_units != 'undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[250,250],'electricscootering_com-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_7',148,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-electricscootering_com-large-mobile-banner-1-0');

If you have more than 5-6 miles to work, a car can be a more reliable and fast alternative to electric scooters. If you have 5-6 miles, the ride will likely be much longer than with a car. But if you wor


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