I wel­come dear vis­i­tors of fotosklad.ru! In 2022, Rus­sia was cov­ered by anoth­er “boom” in sales of elec­tric scoot­ers. Retail chains and online plat­forms report­ed at least a twofold increase in demand. There are many arti­cles on the Inter­net on how to choose such a means of indi­vid­ual mobil­i­ty, but often the mate­ri­als con­tain out­dat­ed or of lit­tle use in prac­tice infor­ma­tion. I tried to make a selec­tion of the most use­ful tips based on per­son­al expe­ri­ence, which includes almost ten devices, as well as the knowl­edge of many of my fel­low fans of this type of trans­port.

With­out fur­ther ado — get to work! And before you fig­ure out how to choose an elec­tric scoot­er, you need to decide what types of equip­ment are found here.

Source: scootertalk.org

What is an “elec­tric scoot­er for the city”

I pre­fer one very sim­ple cri­te­ri­on by which I divide elec­tric scoot­ers. Name­ly — you are going to oper­ate this vehi­cle on the side­walk or on pub­lic roads. Let me explain.

Road Mod­els

meet the fol­low­ing basic cri­te­ria.

1. The max­i­mum real speed is at least 35 km / h, oth­er­wise you will not be able to feel con­fi­dent in the traf­fic flow even against the back­ground of pub­lic trans­port.

Of course, in fact, pow­er­ful “road” elec­tric scoot­ers very often ride on side­walks, where they do not belong at all. Say what you like, but such a tech­nique pro­vokes fast dri­ving and exces­sive arro­gance in maneu­vers and speed selec­tion (like fly­ing at 40 km / h almost close to pedes­tri­ans) Source: zen.yandex.ru.

2. The pres­ence of a full sus­pen­sion of both the front and rear wheels. Oth­er­wise, the first pot­hole on the pave­ment will send you to the emer­gency room. Or even worse.

Source: halten.ru.

3. The pres­ence of a rid­er who has a dri­ver’s license, which allows him to take the road with­out fear. But the most impor­tant thing is the avail­abil­i­ty of full-fledged pro­tec­tive equip­ment. The min­i­mum pro­gram is a full­face hel­met, “tur­tle” and motor­cy­cle gloves. A set that can eas­i­ly cost 30–40 thou­sand rubles, that is, a third of the price of the Ultron X2 elec­tric scoot­er itself.

Source: cdn.bfm.ru.

The choice of such a device is a top­ic for a sep­a­rate arti­cle. Just look around — how many elec­tric scoot­ers do you see on pub­lic roads? Accord­ing to my obser­va­tions and com­mu­ni­ca­tion with rep­re­sen­ta­tives of var­i­ous stores, the share of such “rock­ets” in sales bare­ly exceeds 20%. I would like to focus on the class that the remain­ing 80% of buy­ers choose, name­ly …

Pave­ment mod­els. In a broad sense, for me, an urban elec­tric scoot­er is exact­ly the mod­el with which you are not going to trav­el on pub­lic roads. This means that you do not need excess pow­er, the weight of the device is under 30 kg and more, and so on.

Source: ninebot.ru

There is one sim­ple char­ac­ter­is­tic fea­ture here, the pow­er is up to 350 watts. In this case, we get the opti­mal max­i­mum speed from 25 to 30 km / h, depend­ing on the set­tings of a par­tic­u­lar man­u­fac­tur­er. In fact, you can usu­al­ly squeeze out more, but in this case you will get an accel­er­at­ed dis­charge of the bat­tery and a very inde­cent mileage against the back­ground of “class­mates”.

Max speed

As I men­tioned above, for urban elec­tric scoot­ers there is no ques­tion of choos­ing mod­els depend­ing on speed — in any case, this will not exceed 35 km / h, and more often — 30 km / h. I’ll make a reser­va­tion right away that the “max­i­mum speed” indi­cat­ed by the man­u­fac­tur­er is very often designed for peo­ple weigh­ing 50–60 kg. That is, with a weight of 90 kg, instead of the expect­ed, con­di­tion­al­ly, 30 km / h, you will most like­ly get 25–27 km / h.

An inter­est­ing point is that in the Euro­pean Union, the leg­is­la­tion on elec­tric scoot­ers, although it dif­fers depend­ing on the coun­try, often has com­mon fea­tures. In par­tic­u­lar, the fact that even on a rel­a­tive­ly low-pow­er machine you will not be allowed on the side­walk.

Source: qredible.co.uk

As a rule, the max­i­mum speed is lim­it­ed to 20–25 km / h, and move­ment is often allowed only on cycle paths and pub­lic roads. Or like in Italy — you can move in the pedes­tri­an zone, but you prob­a­bly don’t want to do this because of the lim­it of … 6 km / h!

Below are the three main speed ranges on the side­walk, to bet­ter under­stand why super-pow­er­ful speed machines are prac­ti­cal­ly use­less here.

  • up to 12 km/h. With such a max­i­mum speed, I move on an elec­tric scoot­er with a child. Of course, with accel­er­a­tion up to ~ 20 km / h, pro­vid­ed that there is a straight sec­tion with­out pedes­tri­ans and with a guar­an­teed and pre­dictably smooth side­walk. In oth­er cas­es, for safe maneu­ver­ing, brak­ing and avoid­ing pedes­tri­ans, on aver­age, exact­ly 12 km / h is obtained.
  • 15–20 km/h. It is no secret that many Russ­ian cities have already intro­duced speed lim­its of up to 15 km/h for rental elec­tric scoot­ers. Some­times this applies to indi­vid­ual zones (as in St. Peters­burg), some­times the lim­it applies to the entire ter­ri­to­ry (as in Sochi). Accord­ing to my per­son­al obser­va­tions, and accord­ing to the reviews of oth­er rid­ers, sub­ject to the pres­ence of pedes­tri­ans on the side­walk, as well as fre­quent inter­sec­tions with exits from yards, with all the desire, the aver­age speed does not exceed 20 km / h.
  • From 20 km/h. If there are no pedes­tri­ans ahead, it’s time to speed up! How­ev­er, sev­er­al fac­tors can inter­fere with this. First­ly, the afore­men­tioned exits from the yard, espe­cial­ly when the road is poor­ly vis­i­ble due to parked cars. Sec­ond­ly, the qual­i­ty of the pave­ment. It is sad, but true — in Russ­ian cities, bro­ken tiles or cracked asphalt are too com­mon. Dri­ving fast in such con­di­tions is sim­ply uncom­fort­able due to shak­ing. But more impor­tant­ly, there is a chance not to see a deep hole and go fly­ing.

There­fore, if you are not going to spend 30–40 thou­sand rubles on equip­ment and dri­ve on pub­lic roads, a max­i­mum speed of about 30 km / h will be more than enough for you.

Pow­er with­in the law

As I already not­ed, the aver­age pow­er of urban elec­tric scoot­ers is 350 watts. This is the so-called rat­ed pow­er — and there is also a peak pow­er, which is 2–3 times high­er. The lat­ter can be mis­lead­ing — some review­ers indi­cate that it is acti­vat­ed as a hid­den reserve when dri­ving up a steep hill, for exam­ple. In fact, this is not the case, the “peak” is con­nect­ed only dur­ing the accel­er­a­tion of the elec­tric scoot­er. Ceteris paribus, how high-torque the mod­el is and how cheer­ful­ly it climbs the climbs, rather depends on the set­tings in the elec­tric scoot­er firmware.

Source: neoline.ru

Just in case, I note that the cur­rent sup­plied to the motor-wheel can be adjust­ed using the firmware and there­by lim­it or increase the pow­er. How­ev­er, in the lat­ter case, you need to be pre­pared for a faster bat­tery dis­charge.

Sure­ly you have heard that in Rus­sia elec­tric scoot­ers with a pow­er of over 250 W require rights, and rid­ers are reg­u­lar­ly fined on side­walks and roads. In real­i­ty, the sit­u­a­tion is as fol­lows.

In Russ­ian traf­fic rules there is no such thing as an “elec­tric scoot­er”. Accord­ing to for­mal fea­tures, this vehi­cle is in most cas­es equat­ed to mope­ds (there are 2 wheels, speed up to 50 km / h, pow­er from 250 W). This also fol­lows from domes­tic judi­cial prac­tice, which at the same time often inter­prets an elec­tric scoot­er as a device for pedes­tri­ans. Be that as it may, meet­ing the cri­te­ria for a moped oblig­es the rid­er to have a dri­ving license with him.

Fur­ther­more! Traf­fic rules clear­ly indi­cate a ban on mov­ing on a moped (and hence an elec­tric scoot­er) on the side­walk, or get ready to pay a fine of 2,000 rubles.

Source: profile.ru

In 2021, the Russ­ian author­i­ties thor­ough­ly took up kick­shar­ing, after which there real­ly were no mod­els with a pow­er of more than 250 watts left in this area. And at the same time, elec­tric scoot­ers with­out the pos­si­bil­i­ty of remote speed lim­it­ing in cer­tain areas. When the author­i­ties will seri­ous­ly take up strict con­trol of elec­tric trans­port owned by ordi­nary cit­i­zens is an open ques­tion. In the mean­time, it remains so, on domes­tic side­walks I not only see pow­er­ful high-speed mod­els, but they are reg­u­lar­ly dri­ven by teenagers, which dou­bly aggra­vates the sit­u­a­tion.


In elec­tric scoot­ers, there are only two main types of brakes — drum and disc. Briefly about the main thing — if pos­si­ble, choose mod­els with a drum ver­sion.

Disc brakes.

You see them every­where on bicy­cles. The key com­po­nents con­sist of a brake disc (rotor) and two pads that, when brak­ing is need­ed, fit snug­ly against it and stop the rota­tion of the wheel.

Source: fotosklad.ru.

This type has sev­er­al sig­nif­i­cant dis­ad­van­tages:

  • with the slight­est rain or mud, the rotors become wet and slow down much worse;
  • in a good way, chang­ing the rotor + pad kit is required every sea­son, togeth­er with the ser­vices of a mas­ter, such a plea­sure will cost about 2,000 rubles;
  • unlike a bicy­cle, the rotors on an elec­tric scoot­er are lit­er­al­ly ten cen­time­ters from the ground, so not only in the for­est, but even in the city, they can be eas­i­ly bent. And not even in motion, but corny when trans­port­ed in the trunk of a car.

Drum brakes.

Here, the brake sys­tem is rel­a­tive­ly her­met­i­cal­ly sealed right in the wheel. To sim­pli­fy as much as pos­si­ble, there are two semi­cir­cles-rotor inside. When brak­ing, they move to the rim of the wheel (more pre­cise­ly, the drum), con­tact with it and slow down its course.

Source: mobile-review.com

The main advan­tages of this solu­tion:

  • the entire sys­tem is locat­ed inside the wheel, which means it is per­fect­ly pro­tect­ed from water, dirt, dust, etc. If seals or sealed bear­ings are used, then the pro­tec­tion is com­plete­ly one hun­dred per­cent. In oth­er words, weath­er and ter­rain do not affect brak­ing per­for­mance;
  • drum brake rotors have a huge resource and serve with­out prob­lems for 3–4 sea­sons;
  • it is impos­si­ble to dam­age the drum brake by mechan­i­cal action, because it is hid­den in the wheel.

By the way, in some elec­tric scoot­ers, the drum brake is locat­ed in front. There may be a fear — how to slow down, because you can eas­i­ly fly over the steer­ing wheel. In fact, noth­ing of the kind. With the prop­er set­ting, an instant com­plete wheel lock is impos­si­ble — this time. Two — the pow­er of the drum brake at speeds up to 30 km / h is enough for a quick full stop.

Wheels — the big­ger the bet­ter

My main advice sounds like this — choose 10-inch wheels with the max­i­mum width with tube­less tires. Why?

  • Even with­out con­sid­er­ing the width of the tires, with 8‑inch wheels you will just feel great on all the bumps in the pave­ment, not to men­tion the for­est paths. 10-inch “rollers” allow you to over­come small and not very obsta­cles much more smooth­ly. There are also sev­er­al mod­els with 12-inch wheels on sale, how­ev­er, due to large wheels, it requires a more pow­er­ful bat­tery, over­all struc­tur­al rein­force­ment and, as a result, a notice­able weight gain. Where, with sim­i­lar speed and mileage char­ac­ter­is­tics, a “reg­u­lar” elec­tric scoot­er will weigh 13–15 kg, the 12-inch ver­sion will pull on all 20 kg. Although if you do not need to con­stant­ly car­ry the mod­el in your hands, this is not a prob­lem.
Tribe Drakkar with 12″ wheels. Source: fotosklad.ru.
  • Almost every­where in elec­tric scoot­ers, tires with a width of 2 inch­es are used. Togeth­er with 8‑inch wheels, you get an excel­lent kit for the devel­op­ment of arthro­sis of the hands or osteo­chon­dro­sis of the cer­vi­cal spine. With 10-inch mod­els, this is not so notice­able, but here it is desir­able to find options with a width of up to 2.8 inch­es. How­ev­er, you will have to spend a lot of time search­ing, because for some rea­son, man­u­fac­tur­ers of elec­tric scoot­ers usu­al­ly do not indi­cate the width of the installed tires.
This is what a 2.8″ tire looks like. Source: club.dns-shop.ru.
  • Depend­ing on the mod­el, the tubes in the tires can eas­i­ly fray. In addi­tion, any punc­ture will be extreme­ly painful — if you are not your own mas­ter, then you will have to go to the ser­vice. Chang­ing a tire on an elec­tric scoot­er, believe me, is much more dif­fi­cult com­pared to the same bike. Tube­less tires are a dif­fer­ent sto­ry. It is only nec­es­sary to first pour a lit­tle anti-punc­ture liq­uid (sealant) through the nip­ple, which will instant­ly stop the holes and pre­vent air from escap­ing.

How­ev­er, there are not many elec­tric scoot­ers that fit my ideals, so at least start from the pres­ence of 10-inch wheels. Even in a cham­ber ver­sion and with a 2‑inch width, they allow you to feel rel­a­tive­ly com­fort­able on your own side­walks, which are most often infe­ri­or to pub­lic roads in terms of even­ness.

Bat­tery — capac­i­ty and safe­ty

Do not try to believe the man­u­fac­tur­er’s claims for mileage per charge, or cal­cu­late the val­ue from cur­rent and volt­age or capac­i­tance. Seri­ous­ly, the objec­tive char­ac­ter­is­tics of the bat­tery allow you to under­stand the poten­tial of a par­tic­u­lar mod­el rel­a­tive to ana­logues, but no more. And I would not believe all kinds of mileage cal­cu­la­tors and signs. As soon as it comes down to it, the weight of the rid­er, the scoot­er itself, the firmware set­tings and many more fac­tors come into force.

Source: pho­to of the author.

It is best to find an overview of the mod­el of inter­est, where the author, with­out any the­o­ry, uses a GPS util­i­ty on a smart­phone to mea­sure how many kilo­me­ters the elec­tric scoot­er will be dis­charged to zero. Well, then, depend­ing on the weight of the rid­er and the mode (as a rule, the test is car­ried out in the most pow­er­ful mode), you get a clear under­stand­ing of what kind of auton­o­my you should expect from the mod­el.

The next impor­tant thing is that the bat­tery has all kinds of pro­tec­tions, with­out which the elec­tric scoot­er will explode one not very beau­ti­ful day or night, flare up like a torch and burn the apart­ment. There is no need to go far for exam­ples, there was enough sad news both in the past and this year. There­fore, we make sure that the man­u­fac­tur­er indi­cates the pres­ence of at least pro­tec­tion against short cir­cuit, over­cur­rent, over­charg­ing and over­heat­ing.

Mois­ture pro­tec­tion

If you ride exclu­sive­ly on side­walks, absolute­ly avoid any sandy paths, and don’t roll out the elec­tric scoot­er until it’s com­plete­ly dry out­side after the rain… Soon­er or lat­er you will get tired of it. Jok­ing aside, the scoot­er has a lot of places where water, dirt, sand can eas­i­ly seep in and arrange enchant­i­ng­ly expen­sive repairs for you.

Pho­to: Vik­tor Petrov

What we pay atten­tion to:

  • a board under the screen near the steer­ing wheel, a con­troller board, a BMS board for bat­tery man­age­ment. At a min­i­mum, it would be great to see the pro­cess­ing of elec­tron­ics with insu­lat­ing var­nish;
  • deck. Inlet holes plus the entire perime­ter of the cov­er at the bot­tom. Water­proof­ing to help us;
  • wheel bear­ings. Ordi­nary bear­ings per­fect­ly pass inside the wheel (and even motor-wheels!) All fine dirt, not to men­tion water. It is advis­able to choose the so-called closed “indus­tries” for the mod­el.

As a bonus, some­times man­u­fac­tur­ers pack the bat­tery in a sealed plas­tic case, although this is not crit­i­cal if the deck is water­proofed.

Elec­tric scoot­er with­out mois­ture pro­tec­tion. Depend­ing on the elec­tric scoot­er, water­proof­ing prices start from 2–4 thou­sand rubles and reach 10 thou­sand rubles for top devices. And we add a cou­ple of thou­sand rubles for bear­ings. If the elec­tric scoot­er is devoid of any pro­tec­tion against mois­ture, the ser­vice will offer you the fol­low­ing manip­u­la­tions:

  • pour­ing insu­lat­ing var­nish on all boards;
  • water­proof­ing deck and cable holes;
  • pack­ag­ing of con­nec­tors in heat shrink;
  • pro­cess­ing of the wind­ing of the motor-wheel with a spe­cial com­pound.

If this list is over, we ask the mas­ter — what about sealed bear­ings with seals to ensure mois­ture pro­tec­tion?

Source: aprb.ru

The fact is that in the bulk of elec­tric scoot­ers, the usu­al ver­sion is used with­out high-qual­i­ty seals. And this means that the bear­ings are not pro­tect­ed in any way from water and sand get­ting inside. There­fore, if the work­shop has the appro­pri­ate spare parts, it is bet­ter to imme­di­ate­ly ask to replace it with an ele­ment closed on both sides with a rub­ber water­proof boot.

Alter­na­tive­ly, instead of a seal in the bear­ings, they can be installed direct­ly in front of them on the wheel axle.

Elec­tric scoot­er with mois­ture pro­tec­tion. Some man­u­fac­tur­ers indi­cate the pres­ence of pro­tec­tion against water, but they rarely detail what spe­cif­ic ele­ments they are talk­ing about and how the declared is imple­ment­ed. For exam­ple, the sonorous “com­plies with the IPX5 stan­dard” may be indi­cat­ed, but in real­i­ty it turns out that in the mod­el the bat­tery is only placed in a pro­tec­tive cas­ing and the cables com­ing out of it are water­proofed. There­fore, if there is such an oppor­tu­ni­ty, do not be too lazy to find a video on YouTube with a com­plete analy­sis of your poten­tial pur­chase.

Blitz tips: what to look for?

It is unlike­ly that you will refuse to buy some Ninebot KickScoot­er Max G30 just because of the too nar­row front mud­guard or unac­cept­ably low ground clear­ance. How­ev­er, the infor­ma­tion below will not be super­flu­ous.

1. Ground clear­ance. If you do not take into account elec­tric scoot­ers, two-sus­pen­sion, the stan­dard clear­ance is 7–7.5 cm. In rare cas­es, it reach­es 11 cm. And the larg­er it is, the high­er the like­li­hood that the mod­el will scratch the bot­tom of each oncom­ing curb at the exit-arrival.

Source: ixbt.com

2. Very often, elec­tric scoot­ers have too short or nar­row (or both) mud­guards. Frankly, there are few solu­tions here, but there are more or less uni­ver­sal pads for sale to increase and expand the pro­tec­tion of the rid­er from mud and water.

Source: market.yandex.ru.

3. Remem­ber that full-fledged high-qual­i­ty forks and sus­pen­sion in elec­tric scoot­ers start at 80,000 rubles. Or man­u­fac­tur­ers are try­ing to find a com­pro­mise with accept­able qual­i­ty, but because of this, oth­er char­ac­ter­is­tics suf­fer, pri­mar­i­ly bat­tery capac­i­ty.

4. I didn’t talk about weight sep­a­rate­ly, since the fork of ~ 350 W city elec­tric scoot­ers is not that big. This is either 13–15 kg or 18–20 kg. In the sec­ond case, a pow­er­ful bat­tery usu­al­ly becomes the cause of weight­ing. How­ev­er, if you often need to car­ry the mod­el in your hands, for exam­ple, climb the stairs to the entrance, care­ful­ly eval­u­ate your strengths.

Source: vmn-bike-eu.imgix.net.

TOP 3 best elec­tric scoot­ers for the city

Cur­rent­ly, my per­son­al “horse” is the Neo­line T28, which, at an extreme­ly mod­est price of 32,900 rubles, has full water­proof­ing, tube­less wide 10.5 ”/2.8” wheels and a huge ground clear­ance of 14 cm.

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, it is not in the assort­ment of fotosklad.ru at the time of this writ­ing, but the choice in the online store is very sol­id. Let me give you a mini-rat­ing and high­light the most suc­cess­ful elec­tric scoot­ers in my opin­ion.

Xiao­mi Elec­tric Scoot­er M365, 26 500 rub

Source: fotosklad.ru.

Time­less clas­sic. It is unlike­ly that I will go against the truth if I say that it was with this mod­el, due to its low price, that the mass enthu­si­asm of our cit­i­zens for this type of equip­ment began. In fact, the M365 has enough sores, how­ev­er, accord­ing to it, Russ­ian mas­ters have a huge knowl­edge base and prac­tice on tun­ing and trou­bleshoot­ing. Frankly, I am not at all a fan of 8‑inch wheels, but for some time now for Xiao­mi M365, kits for trans­fer­ring to 10-inch “rollers” have even appeared on sale.

Ninebot KickScoot­er Max G30, 45 900 rub

Source: fotosklad.ru.

If any­one is not in the know, the main investor in Ninebot is the noto­ri­ous com­pa­ny Xiao­mi. The coop­er­a­tion turned out to be mutu­al­ly ben­e­fi­cial, as one side receives excel­lent finan­cial sup­port, and the oth­er receives the “brains” to devel­op their own elec­tric scoot­ers. It should be not­ed that Ninebot, con­scious­ly or not, clear­ly adheres to the phi­los­o­phy of Xiao­mi with the release of very prof­itable mod­els at a rel­a­tive­ly low price.

Ninebot KickScoot­er Max G30, although not with­out flaws, stands out against the back­ground of the vast major­i­ty of com­peti­tors with tube­less 10-inch wheels, decent (albeit not com­plete) water­proof­ing and excel­lent build qual­i­ty. I rec­om­mend the G30 ver­sion, since the G30P mod­el costs almost 25,000 more, but the only notice­able advan­tage is a high­er speed, 30 km/h instead of 25 km/h.

HIPER Mod­el Z, 52 660 rubles

Source: fotosklad.ru.

As I said, if you still meet two-sus­pen­sion elec­tric scoot­ers up to 70,000 rubles, then most like­ly the man­u­fac­tur­er will save on bat­tery capac­i­ty. And yet, if we take into account that most often the round-trip for the own­ers of scoot­ers does not exceed 10 km, then the real ~ 20 km of the total mileage of the HIPER Mod­el Z look tol­er­a­ble. Yes, all 34 km are declared, but with a pow­er of 800 W, an adult rid­er will clear­ly trav­el a lit­tle more than a cou­ple of tens of kilo­me­ters.

Briefly about the main

1. If you are not going to trav­el on pub­lic roads (and spend an addi­tion­al 30–40 thou­sand rubles on equip­ment), then your choice is a city elec­tric scoot­er with a pow­er of up to 350 watts.

2. Yes, accord­ing to Russ­ian law, the own­er of an elec­tric scoot­er with a pow­er of more than 250 W must have a cat­e­go­ry “M” license, oth­er­wise — a fine. How­ev­er, in prac­tice, mass cas­es of “catch­ing” rid­ers have not yet been observed.

3. If pos­si­ble, it is bet­ter to pur­chase an elec­tric scoot­er with drum brakes — they are much more trou­ble-free, reli­able and cheap­er to oper­ate than disc brakes.

4. The larg­er and wider the wheels, the bet­ter the elec­tric scoot­er absorbs bumps. Ide­al­ly, 10-inch mod­els should be con­sid­ered for pur­chase. Unless you’re on a tight bud­get, it’s best to avoid 8‑inch wheels or risk feel­ing every crack and bump in the pave­ment hard.

5. An extreme­ly use­ful fea­ture would be tube­less tire fit­ting. Either by default, or trans­fer­ring the pur­chased mod­el to this method. On the one hand, this will add cush­ion­ing, on the oth­er hand, it will allow you not to be afraid of punc­tures.

6. The actu­al mileage may, depend­ing on both the dri­ving con­di­tions and the man­u­fac­tur­er’s set­tings, dif­fer great­ly from the declared by the man­u­fac­tur­er. Or what you the­o­ret­i­cal­ly assume based on the para­me­ters of the bat­tery. Real tests-reviews of tech­nol­o­gy — “our every­thing”.

7. We do not spare mon­ey for water­proof­ing, sav­ings can go side­ways due to dust, sand, dirt and water get­ting into the elec­tric scoot­er. If the man­u­fac­tur­er declares some kind of mois­ture pro­tec­tion, it is nec­es­sary to care­ful­ly study the ques­tion of which ele­ments of the mod­el it touched.

8. The weight of an urban elec­tric scoot­er is usu­al­ly either 13–15 kg or 18–20 km. As a rule, the main fac­tor in the increase in weight is a more capa­cious bat­tery. If you con­stant­ly need to car­ry the mod­el in your hands up the stairs, it is bet­ter to choose a device up to 15 kg.

And the last piece of advice — it is bet­ter to pay atten­tion to mod­els that have been on sale for more than the first or even the sec­ond year, and their man­u­fac­tur­er direct­ly reports on con­stant improve­ments and improve­ments. So you very seri­ous­ly reduce the risk for your own mon­ey to get into the ranks of testers of new prod­ucts and their sores.

That’s all for me, I wish dear read­ers a good choice and trou­ble-free trips!


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