The Various Electric Vehicles

These days, we have seen an increase in various electric vehicles and heavy machinery being used. This is largely due to technology that has made batteries more effective and efficient at storing electricity. Electric scooters have also increased in popularity as a result of technological advances.

When you usually say the word scooter, people think of the old-fashioned kick scooters that look like a skateboard with a handlebar. However, the scooter market has advanced far beyond that, and scooters are now also powered by electricity, gasoline, and oil. As technology advances, motorized scooters have become easier to mass produce. Electric scooters are cost efficient and are an excellent way to play or commute.

Popular styles of electric scooters include the following: electric motorcycles, electric mobility scooters, electric wheelchairs, GoPeds, electric Go-Karts, and electric bicycles and tricycles.

What Each Electric Vehicle Does

Electric motorcycles 

Look similar to dirt bikes, except they are powered strictly by electricity. The mileage and top speeds can vary, depending on make and model. Most are viable alternatives to mopeds, and allow users to commute to and from work. Some electric motorcycles can reach up to 100 miles-per-hour, and have even been introduced into Motocross racing.

Electric kick scooters 

Mimic the traditional skateboard body style that was popular in the 80s and 90s. The only difference is that these scooters are powered by electricity rather than kinetic energy. Electric kick scooters are popular among kids and teenagers, who can ride them around parks and neighborhoods. They usually travel between 10 to 12 miles-per-hour, and their mileage will vary between 10 to 30 miles on a full battery charge.

Electric mobility scooters 

Are three or four wheeled vehicles used to transport elderly and disabled individuals. These aren’t used for commuting across town, but rather as a substitute for walking. Electric mobility scooters can support between 300 to 700 pounds of weight, depending on the model. Most models can go between 20 to 25 miles on a single charge.

Electric bicycles

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Are similar to mopeds, with the exception that most states don’t require electric bike riders to have a driver’s license. You can buy an electric bike or purchase a kit to convert your current mountain bike into an electric bicycle. Most electric bikes can travel between 25 – 30 miles on a single charge.


Electric wheelchairs

Are similar to electric mobility scooters in that they provide disabled and elderly individuals with the means to move around. However, they are generally smaller and less powerful than mobility scooters, and shouldn’t be taken off road unless the manufacturer specifies that the model is off road capable.  What they lack in power they make up for with quickness and mobility.

Electric Go-Karts 

Are cheaper than their gasoline powered cousins, but they still provide hours of entertainment. Electric Go-Karts are quick, and can easily reach up to 15 miles-per-hour. Because of this, users must wear safety gear while riding. Most electric Go-Karts can run between an hour and an hour and a half on a single charge.

Before buying an electric vehicle, be sure that you check your state and local laws. Some states require a special license before your Go-Kart, scooter, or motorcycle can be ridden on public motorways. Some states prohibit motorized scooters on public roads completely.  

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