What Are Electric Scooters?
An electric scooter is a plug-in electric vehicle that resembles motorcycles and scooters, usually powered by fuel. Electric scooters use batteries to power themselves. These batteries are either made from lead or lithium. One charge on an electric scooter’s battery will generally get you as far as 30-40 miles. Electric scooters can vary from front wheel drive, real wheel drive and two-wheel drive. This will depend on the make and model of the scooter, so make sure to find this out if you are considering purchasing one. Electric scooters’ batteries transmit electricity to the back of the motor using many network cables. The motor is usually on the frame of the scooter.

Efficiency of an Electric Scooter
If you are considering purchasing an electric scooter, you should know some common specifications for the average vehicle. Electric scooters very rarely go any faster than 18mph (30kmph), so if you want speed, this is probably not the vehicle for you. Electric scooters can only get you so far. As stated above, most scooters can go as far as 30-40 miles in one charge, but this will vary between each make, model and battery type.

Who Uses Electric Scooters?
Electric scooters http://www.whizzyride.com/shop/!/e-Scooters/c/21545315/offset%3D0%26sort%3Dnormal will only be preferred by a specific few group types. People who are ‘green’ and care about the environment may want one, as this greatly reduces your carbon footprint. If you live deep in the city, then these also may be good vehicles for you as you don’t have to go too far to get certain places ie. work, cafe’s etc. If you live in the country, you may find that this isn’t such a good option as you may have to travel farther more often. Electric scooters can also be used as a ‘luxury’ vehicle, rather than a serious travel option.