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    Üyelik Tarihi: 29-12-2021
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    Biyografi: If you’re a particular age, then you might have memories

    of riding a [url=http://www.ukylinebike.com/electric-

    scooter/new-energy-scooter.html]new energy scooter.[/url] Those

    flimsy, two-wheeled scooters that gave you freedom on the

    sidewalk in front of your house before your acquisition of a

    bike opened up the whole neighborhood.


    Until recently, that image of a scooter as a nothing more than

    a child’s toy was the one most people carried.


    Now, several companies, such as Bird, LimeBike, and Spin, are

    out to change that perception. They are banking big on the idea

    that the small, compact e-scooter is a viable personal

    transportation device.

    But is it?
    Let’s take a look at where e-scooters are at today, from their

    fundamental appeal to how they work to their practicality

    beyond ordinary weekend fun.


    Although manual and electric kick- or push-start scooters have

    both been around for some time, the popularity of the latter

    has risen steadily over the past two decades.

    Perhaps the central development in the design and marketing of

    today’s e-scooters is children are no longer the primary

    audience.

    Make no mistake, the targets are still young. They just happen

    to have a different set of priorities.

    College students on campus.
    Young professionals who live and work in urban environments.
    People looking for alternative means of transportation in those

    same cities.

    Each of these groups offer a market segment that tends to

    eschew the norms and traditions of the past. Zipping around

    town on a low-speed, zero-emission scooter certainly caters to

    those demanding alternatives.


    With a unifying factor that everyone over a certain age will

    probably look a little goofy riding one, it’s easy to see the

    appeal. It also doesn’t hurt that

    [url=http://www.ukylinebike.com/electric-scooter/]electric

    scooters[/url] come across as simple and easily accessible

    devices that are even easier to operate.


    E-scooters, much like their non-powered siblings are about as

    straightforward as it gets when it comes to personal

    transportation devices.

    In their simplest form scooters are composed of a narrow

    platform or deck,  t-stem handlebars with a throttle and

    hand brakes, two wheels (although some models come with three

    or four), and front and rear suspension. Most scooters are

    fold-able, and some models also include a seat.


    When it comes to variation, scooters are what they are. Alter

    the design too much, and they become an entirely different form

    of transportation. However, they do possess a few key areas

    where a slight difference makes a significant impact on

    performance.


    It begins and ends with the battery.
    Battery You’ll find one of three battery types in the

    manufacturing of e-scooters, Nickel Metal Hydride, Lead-Acid,

    and Lithium-ion:


    Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
    A long-term market mainstay, NiMH batteries carry the middle

    ground between the well-known lead-acid and the newer Lithium-

    ion. NiMH batteries hold a longer charge versus a lead-acid

    version but are heavier than the Lithium-ion variety.

    Ultimately, these work well as a practical, cost-conscience

    alternative to the pricey Lithium-ion.


    Lead-Acid
    The long-standing workhorse of rechargeable batteries, lead-

    acid batteries have yet to lose their place as the preferred

    starter for automobiles and the power source for golf carts.

    Though a bit cumbersome for widespread use, you’ll still find

    plenty of these weighty and very inexpensive batteries in

    larger scooters.

    Lithium-ion
    The newest battery technology for e-scooters is also the most

    expensive, but for very good reasons. The Lithium-ion tech is

    more powerful, holds a charge far longer than either the lead

    acid or NiMH, and do so in a much more lightweight package.

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    scooter/longest-range-electric-scooter.html]longest range

    electric scooter [/url]are featuring these batteries and as the

    tech and production improve, so should the price.


    The allure of the e-scooter both as a toy and as a potential

    vehicle for commuting is the simplicity of the whole endeavor.

    The other facet of its practicality, especially for adult

    professionals is its limitations.


    Due to the diminutive build of scooters, the size of the

    onboard battery is typically smaller than a cable box, which

    means the overall performance of the rideable has its limits.

    Nowhere is this impact felt more than by the capacity, range,

    and speed.


    More so than most other electric rides, a scooters range and

    speed is dictated directly by the capacity it carries and the

    terrain it traverses. With few exceptions, most scooter

    manufacturers provide an ideal set of circumstances to reach

    optimal range and speed, usually defined as a 165 lb rider on a

    smooth flat surface.


    Rideshare scooters max out at 15 mph. Though most e-scooters

    can top out at speeds close to 20 mph (with some newer models

    flirting with the 30- mph mark) rare is the time an adult rider

    can achieve this mark.


    This works well for riding

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    electric-scooter.html]mini electric scooter[/url] in an urban

    environment since it lends itself to a more comfortable,

    confident rider. Plus, anything faster typically invites

    accident and potential injury.

    Safety As with most personal e-vehicles, such as hoverboards,

    self-balancing unicycles, and Segways, the individual riding

    the device most often determines just how safe it is. However,

    staying upright on a scooter is less fraught with danger versus

    those other options.


    The primary safety issue with scooters is when you place them

    among large groups of pedestrians and cars, which is happening

    now in a number of major cities across the U.S.


    This intermingling of people on foot and those scooting by at a

    top speed of 15 mph has created an uptick in accidents between

    the two, though reliable data does not yet exist on the exact

    numbers.


    Beyond possible run-ins with non-riders, another primary safety

    concern revolves around the attire of the actual riders. Though

    every scooter manufacturer and ride-sharing company recommend

    the use of a helmet, and many cities dictate the wearing of

    headgear, very few e-scooter riders do so.


    As we noted in the opening, several startups are beginning to

    flood major metropolitan areas with hundreds of rent by the

    minute scooters.

    One of these groups, Bird, is helmed by Travis VanderZanden, a

    former executive at ride-sharing giants Lyft and Uber. Others

    in the marketplace include LimeBike, who also offers bikes for

    rent, and Spin, who has a similar business model with bikes and

    scooters.

    The appeal of the scooter-sharing programs is the cost and

    convenience.

    Powered by an app, after you enter basic info and agree to

    terms, you can unlock the

    [url=http://www.ukylinebike.com/electric-scooter/high-speed-

    electric-scooter-for-adult.html]high speed electric scooter for

    adult [/url]via a simple scan. The app can also guide you to

    the closest ride. Since they are dock-less, you can find one

    anywhere and leave one anywhere.

    When it comes time to pay, depending on where you need to go,

    most rides will run you fewer than $5.
    Bird, for example, charges a $1 unlocking fee and then 15 cents

    for each minute of use. For a fifteen minute trek, that will

    run you $3.25. Many rides are far less than that.

    While it’s been a massive plus for those seeking alternatives

    to walking or riding mass transit, many cities have been less

    than receptive.

    It doesn’t help that in several locales the scooter-share

    companies have unloaded hundreds of the devices throughout town

    with no permit and barely any notice. Several municipalities

    have responded with demands for the groups to remove the

    vehicles, or they would do it for them.


    Another issue popping up involves either the lack of experience

    or lack of knowledge of the riders.

    In the majority of cities across the U.S., e-scooters fall

    under the same ordinances that govern the use of bicycles.

    While most bike riders understand the basic tenets they are

    expected to follow, its uncertain how many scooter renters do.
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