Electric Scooter, 25 km/h, 30 km Range, Battery Capacity: 7650 mAh
Electric Scooter, 25 km/h, 45 km Range, Battery Capacity: 12800 mAh
Electric Scooter, 35 km/h, 20 km Range, Battery Capacity: 12 mAh
Electric Scooter, 50 km/h, 50 km Range, Battery Capacity: 13 mAh
It depends on the type of electric scooter you buy. There are models that come with built-in locks with a key, while others you lock using an app. However, many electric scooters are sold without a built-in lock, so you can either use a bike lock or not leave your scooter out of sight for too long.
Prices vary widely between different models and brands. You can buy an electric scooter for under a hundred punds, but you may also have to pay up to over a 1000 £ for the more advanced models. The average price of an electric scooter is around 300 £.
The most common method for driving an electric scooter is to keep your two hands on the handlebars so that you can easily control, brake and adjust speed. Some models are equipped with two controls that control the rear and front brakes, while other models only have one control for all braking. The speed is usually adjusted by pressing the thumb grip on the right side of the handlebar. The thumb gas is the most common solution, but there are also scooters where you turn your wrist up or down to raise or slow down.