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December 14, 2015

An Overview On E-Scooters

Filed under: scooter — Tags: , , — solaroutdoorlight @ 2:02 am

There is absolutely nothing new about electric scooters given that they make their appearances last few years ago. Formerly, 10 miles is all they can go before recharging. It can never go past 12 mph. With improved technology, these mobility devices can attain a top speed of 25 mph. A complete charge can go a maximum of 30 miles. If you’re sick and tired of ridiculous traffic congestion, then they can be the solution. Kids and old individuals are also suitable candidates since these transporters are not heavy.

As a remarkable transport, electric scooter is not only small but additionally stable and safe. The build-in intelligent chip of it adopts aerospace attitude control concept, fuzzy program algorithm and gyroscope system. These systems lower the trouble of learning for newbies and concurrently offer the outstanding speed limit protection for users.

As the wheel is small and portable, it won’t take too much room of the trunk. If users arrive at the hotel, they could place it in the luggage, without stressing to look for a parking spot for it. The exquisite body of an electric powered scooter enables riders to bring it to virtually any part in the world. Rider can even ride it to just take the elevator or ride it from outside to the dormitory directly.

New and advanced level batteries have come up that last longer and can be recharged quickly. This age increase to their usage for vehicles. Another major good reason why electrics scooters have begun to grow in popularity is continually increasing gas prices. It is becoming a growing number of hard for the typical man to own a car and make use of it for leisure purposes.

But remember that not all regions have legalized power-assisted scooters for general public road usage. In addition, age requirements can vary from a province to another. Municipalities might also pass by-laws targeting e-scooters that forbid them from using municipal roads, sidewalks, scooter paths, scooter tracks, and scooter lanes under their legislation.

In conclusion, an electric powered scooter is safer for children’s use than fuel powered ones because they do not have to keep revving the engine. I also favor them since they run with absolutely no emission. Then again you must be aware of a parental concern. You ought to know where your kids ride their scooters the moment they master the control of the transporter.

November 25, 2015

Hoverboard Takes You on a Brilliant Ride

Filed under: scooter — Tags: , — solaroutdoorlight @ 1:13 am

Thanks to the new-age scooters and skateboards, personal transportation doesn’t look or sound that old-school anymore. Urban travelers can now enjoy their everyday journey to work in a more sophisticated way. From smart bike wheels to unicycle electric scooters, I feel we are on the verge of a major transportation shift. Only this time, the mode of travel seems to take us on a ride to the future. Ideas that were confined to the TV screen till date are now being applied in our day to day lifestyle which is great for people like you and me who don’t prefer riding the public transports all the time. If you consider me, I would do anything to get rid of a subway or a bus ride. Riding on a skateboard or a unicycle sounds more “free” to me. Even better than a car drive at times when I am willing to go for a weekend joy ride!

This is exactly why when I first came across the Hover board on Kickstarter, I couldn’t stop looking at the campaign twice. The reason is obvious – It’s not just an electric vehicle; it’s the closest thing on earth you can compare to an actual Hoverboard!

Personal Electric Mobility Evolved!

Now, if you’ve been following the latest innovations we have had in technology, hoverboards aren’t a new concept. But giving a real shape to such a sci-fi concept cannot happen in a day. You need time to evolve and the team behind Hoverboard is undoubtedly trying to make their way towards that spectacular innovation, one day at a time.

This is a one-wheeled, gyro-stabilized personal electric vehicle which has just one mode of contact with the ground and will make you feel like you’re hovering on the streets every time you decide to take your ride on it. Only six people on earth have had their exposure to this Hoverboard and now it’s your turn to try it out.

What I love about the Hoverboard is the ground sensing sonar which keeps the board parallel to the ground. Not only this, your glowing Hoverboard can charge itself in less than 16 minutes. Starting from a pre-order price of $3775, it’s time you book your Hoverboard ride now! Happy Gadgeting!

October 14, 2015

Switched on yet?

Filed under: scooter — Tags: , , — solaroutdoorlight @ 1:53 am

Electric has come into our life. Are you starting to get scared every time you visit the fuel station? If so maybe now is the time to start thinking about swapping your gas guzzler for an eco friendly and cheap to run electric vehicle.

Electric scooters have come on in leaps and bounds over the last five years and although they’re still comparatively expensive to buy they can still work out as a cost effective long term solution.

The Plug In Sprint is one of the latest electric scooters to arrive in the UK, it’s built in China and is imported by Emissions Free Solutions. It costs £3,800 which is quite a lot compared to the price of a similar spec Chinese built 125cc petrol scooter which could be had for less than £1,800. With electric you’re paying a premium for the expensive batteries, motor and electronics.

It is a lot of money but when you think about the long term running costs compared to a petrol scooter/car or public transport that extra cost can soon be clawed back. A full charge on your Plug In will cost around 57 pence and you get a range of over 40 miles on average and road tax is free, so within three years you’ll recoup the extra outlay.

The main downside with an electric vehicle is the range; Plug In claim the Sprint can cover as much as 67 miles at 25mph, or 35 miles at 63mph, more than enough for most commuters. It takes four hours to fully charge and it uses a conventional three pin plug which is attached to a three metre long lead under the seat, so depending on where you work you could charge it whilst you’re there.

Before riding the Plug In you’ll need to take a one day CBT test and have insurance, just like you would for a petrol scooter. Everything else is just like riding a convention machine. You turn the ignition key, take it off the stand, press the starter button, twist the throttle and you’re away. I was impressed at how smooth the scooter felt and at how well it accelerated. The first thing you notice is how silent the world around you seems, the only sound is the road noise from the tyres and the wind.

Are you starting to get scared every time you visit the fuel station? If so maybe now is the time to start thinking about swapping your gas guzzler for an eco friendly and cheap to run electric vehicle.

Electric scooters have come on in leaps and bounds over the last five years and although they’re still comparatively expensive to buy they can still work out as a cost effective long term solution.

The Plug In Sprint is one of the latest 72v electric scooter to arrive in the UK, it’s built in China and is imported by Emissions Free Solutions. It costs £3,800 which is quite a lot compared to the price of a similar spec Chinese built 125cc petrol scooter which could be had for less than £1,800. With electric you’re paying a premium for the expensive batteries, motor and electronics.

It is a lot of money but when you think about the long term running costs compared to a petrol scooter/car or public transport that extra cost can soon be clawed back. A full charge on your Plug In will cost around 57 pence and you get a range of over 40 miles on average and road tax is free, so within three years you’ll recoup the extra outlay.

The main downside with an electric vehicle is the range; Plug In claim the Sprint can cover as much as 67 miles at 25mph, or 35 miles at 63mph, more than enough for most commuters. It takes four hours to fully charge and it uses a conventional three pin plug which is attached to a three metre long lead under the seat, so depending on where you work you could charge it whilst you’re there.

Before riding the Plug In you’ll need to take a one day CBT test and have insurance, just like you would for a petrol scooter. Everything else is just like riding a convention machine. You turn the ignition key, take it off the stand, press the starter button, twist the throttle and you’re away. I was impressed at how smooth the scooter felt and at how well it accelerated. The first thing you notice is how silent the world around you seems, the only sound is the road noise from the tyres and the wind.

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