Buying your first E-Scooter is not a small purchase, and with so many models available with a huge variety of features, getting the right model for you is clearly super important. 

To find the right model, we highly recommend considering a series of questions before you buy. Getting the answers will give you a far better chance of getting the best scooter for your exact needs. 

  1. Determine your needs and usage: The first step in buying an e-scooter is to determine your needs and usage. Think about the distance you need to travel, the terrain you'll be riding on, and how often you'll be using the scooter. 

  2. Consider the range and speed: E-scooters come with different ranges and speeds, and it's important to choose one that meets your needs. Range is the distance the scooter can travel on a single charge, while speed determines how fast you can go. Check the manufacturer's specifications to ensure that the e-scooter you're considering can meet your needs.

  3. Look at the weight and portability: E-scooters come in various weights, and if you plan to carry it around or store it, you'll want to consider the weight. Look for an e-scooter that is lightweight and foldable for easy transportation.

  4. Check the brakes and suspension: Brakes are an essential safety feature on an e-scooter, and you'll want to ensure that they are reliable and responsive. Some e-scooters also come with suspension systems, which can help absorb shocks and make your ride smoother.E-Scooter Buying Guide

  5. Look at the tires: E-scooters come with different types of tires, including air-filled and solid tires. Air-filled tires provide a smoother ride but are more prone to punctures, while solid tires are more durable but provide a bumpier ride. Consider the terrain you'll be riding on and choose the appropriate tire type.

  6. Consider the battery: The battery is the heart of the e-scooter, and you'll want to ensure that it has a decent capacity. Check the battery life and charging time to ensure that it meets your needs.

  7. Look for additional features: Some e-scooters come with additional features like headlights, taillights, and USB device charging ports. These features can be useful, especially if you plan to ride in low light conditions.

  8. Check the warranty: Finally, check the warranty offered by the manufacturer. Ensure that it covers any defects or issues that may arise with the e-scooter.

Overall, choosing the right e-scooter requires careful consideration of your needs and usage. By considering these factors, you can find an e-scooter that meets your needs and provides a safe and enjoyable riding experience.

Of course, if you ever have any other questions you are of course welcome to reach out and let us know here, and we’ll always be happy to help find the right scooter for you.