As the years go by, it seems that electric scooters and other similar vehicles only get more and more popular. They are already many people’s preferred method for heading to the store, to school or even to work. They’re relatively fast and comfortable and can easily replace what would normally be your bike or public transportation route. Today we’re going to be looking at an electric scooter that just hit the shelves this year – the Segway ES4. Is it overpriced and cumbersome or is it one of the most advanced scooters we’ve seen yet?
Not too long ago we had a look at the Segway ES1, a great electric scooter for commuters from the company Ninebot by Segway. Today we’re publishing our Segway ES2 review, a more powerful sibling of the Segway ES1.
The widely known self-balancing electric transportation vehicles producer, Ninebot by Segway, currently produce just 2 electric scooter models ES1 and ES2, they both look very similar but the Segway ES2 version is a little bit more powerful and packs a few extra features which we’ll go into in detail below.
There is no denying that riding an electric scooter is a lot of fun, but it’s important to be aware of the associated dangers so the fun doesn’t end. There has been recent debate about the safety of electric scooters and, like all activities in life, it is possible to injure yourself in the process. Fortunately, there are plenty of steps you can take to protect yourself from potential harm:
The Ninebot go kart was considered to be the best electric go kart available in the market until Swegwayfun announced the launch of what we call the coolest go kart to ever hit the market: Bolt go kart. Unlike the Ninebot go kart which is priced at £1299 for the complete kit, the Bolt kart is only £769 for the scooter plus kart kit.