FAQ’s on Electric scooters
For most people, electric scooters are definitely worth it. They will be both a great investment and a source of fun. Typically, electric scooters pay themselves off in the very first year, by cutting down public transport costs almost entirely.
Electric scooters save their owners a lot of money. The public transport costs get either entirely eliminated or drastically cut down. Charging them costs only a few cents per full charge. They don’t require additional expenses,
On average, electric scooters take 5.5 hours to charge. Most regular commuting scooters will take between 3 and 8 hours to fully charge. Powerful off-road models can take up to a full day to charge.
It is not recommended to ride electric scooters in the rain or any other type of wet environment. No matter how water-resistant your scooter is, avoid riding in the rain and through bodies of water. That said, most scooters will not be damaged by light contact with water.
Most electric scooters today can reach speeds of 15 mph / 25 kmh. The average speed of an adult electric scooter is 25 mph / 40 kmh. In most countries, the speed limit for electric scooters is 15 mph / 25 kmh.
It is possible to increase the range of your electric scooter.