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New Design 15000w Electric Scooters with 13 Inch Tyre for Sale

The scooter rideshare craze, which enables consumers to rent and drop the two-wheeled devices for short trips, has been hailed as a potential revolution for urban transport. While major e-scooter firms encourage users to wear helmets, there are few regulations requiring them.



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FrameHigh strength aluminum alloy 6061, surface paint
Forking forksOne forming front fork and rear fork
Electric machinery13 “72 V 15000 W brush-less toothed high speed motor
Controller72 V 100 S AH*2 tube vector sinusoidal brush-less controller (mini type)
Battery84 V 70 AH-85 AH module lithium battery (Tian energy 21700)
MeterLCD speed, temperature, power display and fault display
GPSLocation and telecontrol alarm
Braking systemAfter one disc, does not contain harmful substance, in compliance with international environmental requirements
Brake handleForging brake of aluminum alloy with power breaking function
TyreZheng Xin tire 13 inch
HeadlightLED lenticular bright headlights and driving lights
Maximum speed125 km
Extension mileage155-160 km
Motor7500 watt per piece
Wheel13 inch
Net weight and gross weight64 kg/75 kg
Product sizeL* w* h: 1300*560*1030 (mm)
Packaging sizeL* w* h: 1330*320*780 (mm)



The nonprofit consumer magazine said its tally, based on reports from hospitals and emergency officials, is incomplete and does not include four reported fatalities linked to e-scooters. This week a 21-year-old Irish exchange student died after being struck by a car on his scooter in Austin, Texas, according to media. Two US-based startups, Bird and Lime, have been growing rapidly, including internationally, and have reached valuations of more than $1 billion. William Wallace, a senior policy analyst for Consumer Reports, was quoted as saying. Still, it counted 1,542 cases of emergency treatment for scooter-related injuries after contacting 110 hospitals and five agencies in 47 cities where the two biggest scooter companies operate. It said many medical professionals suggested the total number of injuries is higher that the reported figure because hospitals don’t have the capability yet to accurately track specific scooter-related injuries. Others in the segment include ridesharing group Lyft, Ford-back Spin and Skip. But a number of media reports have highlighted the potential dangers of scooter use either on sidewalks on city streets and roads. The scooter rideshare craze, which enables consumers to rent and drop the two-wheeled devices for short trips, has been hailed as a potential revolution for urban transport. While major e-scooter firms encourage users to wear helmets, there are few regulations requiring them. The magazine said more than half of those contact in the survey had no detailed data for scooter injuries and that it was not possible to calculate the rate of incidents for distance traveled. Consumer Reports, which released its report Tuesday, said hospitals treated people for concussions, nasal fractures, forearm fractures, and other injuries, some requiring surgery.
The electric brake is so effective that you may even want to turn it down in the settings when you first start riding. Despite its modest size, the SKRT Metro Electric Scooter is a fairly powerful vehicle that is fully equipped for use in the city. The portability is nice and the scooter is decently light at 52 pounds. You won’t be able to ride at top speed the whole time, but this is perfectly fine, as the slim profile of the X4 is as equally well-suited for the sidewalks as it is for the bike lane. Its sturdy aluminum frame feels like it can take a beating and its handlebars fold down, making it easy to toss into the trunk of your car. One last thing about this scooter is that it gets great battery life, offering over an hour of riding from one charge. Just be sure to drive courteously around pedestrians-they always have the right of way.
So what is the functional difference between the two? This roundup features scooters of a wide variety of performance, so be sure to research your local laws on street-legal vehicles before you buy a scooter that cruises at speeds over 25 MPH. The real kicker? Less than one percent of riders were wearing a helmet. But even if you just plan to cruise around the neighborhood, wearing a helmet is an absolute must. Another key difference is that e-scooters are typically easier to ride. Depending on where you live, some of these scooters will be legal to drive on the street while others must be kept to the sidewalk or bike lane. Faster scooters may even require a motorcycle license. A 2018 study by the Public Health Department of Austin, Texas surveyed 271 riders who had potential e-scooter-accident-related injuries and found that 45 percent of the incidents involved head injuries. Electric scooters have fewer moving parts, and therefore, are typically a couple hundred dollars cheaper and a couple pounds lighter than an e-bike of equivalent specs. They are also the preferred option if you have a larger budget. They are designed to be lower to the ground so their center of gravity is closer to the rider deck. This means it is easier to balance even when going slow. The main two advantages of a seated electric scooter are its price and portability.
However, given the compact size and expert maneuverability of the Hiboy S2s, it is probably best suited for sidewalk surfing. The max travel distance is calculated with the scooter in both single-motor mode and Eco Mode engaged. Of course, you won’t achieve the max speed and the max distance in one single ride. If you want a scooter that is fast enough to hang in the bike lane, you should expect to spend a couple hundred dollars more than you would on this ride. This scooter can take you 45 miles off a single charge and its dual 1,000 Watt motors reach speeds up to 40 MPH on flat ground. As lame as that sounds, these two features are practical when you don’t need to climb hills or ride over rocky terrain. Still, it would be odd to spend the extra cash on a dual hub motor and only use it sometimes. This max speed is calculated with the dual-motor mode engaged and in optimal riding conditions with a lightweight rider. ’s total power output to about 500 Watts.
Though Nanrobot’s X4 2.0 Electric Scooter is easily outclassed by the sheer performance of the Evo UberScoot, the X4 still makes for one of the most lightweight and convenient commuter options in its price range. The X4 scooter has Nanrobot’s advanced firmware, so you have the option of toggling kick-start or cruise mode as well as setting max speed and electric brake strength all from the onboard LED display. The left handlebar houses a horn, a toggle for the LED lights, and a single hand brake. The LED lights are decent but they should be brighter considering how fast this scooter can get. You can also use the LED display to monitor current speed, battery life, and voltage. This is housed on the right handlebar with the key ignition, the trigger throttle, and the dedicated voltage monitor. It is more portable and more comfortable to ride than the UberScoot and that goes a long way if you aim to make this scooter your daily driver.
This is the cheapest scooter we found that has a chain-driven 1000 Watt motor. If you are concerned about battery life, you can always disable the Turbo mode, which can get you closer to the factory estimated 10 miles max travel distance. The Uberscoot can only handle about 40 minutes of max speed use. The UberScoot rides smoothly over rough terrain thanks to its 10-inch pneumatic tires as well as its front and rear spring suspension. It does slow down going uphill but it will climb most hills without you having to hop off. It can reach its top speed of 26 MPH in around 5 seconds and handles slopes surprisingly well (depending on how far below the max 265-pound load limit the rider is). If you are technically inclined, you could also easily upgrade the 36V battery for improved performance. The one point where performance falls short is battery life. Its braking is equally impressive, as both its front and rear disc brakes have interrupters that cut the motor for even faster stopping.
The X4 reaches a top speed of 24.8 MPH but its 500 Watt motor does not handle hills as well as the Evo UberScoot can with its 1,000 Watt motor. For the most part, this ride can get you up any hill a car can but it will slow down significantly in the process. It has 8-inch pneumatic tires, front suspension, and a shock-absorbing seat post to make short offroad rides fairly comfortable but you won’t want to do any real trailblazing on this scooter. The X4 has a front disc brake and a rear EBS hub brake. I find it odd that this scooter’s front and rear brakes are both controlled by a single hand brake, but it makes total sense in practice. After all, there are rarely situations where you only want to use one. It is ultimately designed to be used on the street or sidewalk (depending on your local laws).
This scooter has a dual thumb throttles for accelerating and activating the electric EBS brake. Those that want to ride in style, though, will absolutely love the flexibility of the GoPlus Foldable Scooter. The rear fender also works a stomp brake. As an added bonus, it also has a built-in Bluetooth speaker so you can bump some music while you ride. While this scooter’s convertible design is incredibly innovative, the extra money you spend on different riding options is money not spent on actual performance. This scooter has decent LED lights on the front and rear as well as a colorful accent light on the sides of the front post. While one’s individual needs for a scooter may vary greatly depending on the distance and the slope of the terrain one needs to cover, a few factors remained important for any type of use. The handlebars also house an LED display that shows current speed and power level. To that point, those looking for a high-performance scooter may want to invest in a more straight forward scooter design like the SKRT Metro or even the Hiboy S2.
It has a comfortable seat but its smaller footboard may feel cramped for riders taller than 6 feet. You also get a lot of control over acceleration with its full-twist throttle, making for an all-around smooth ride. Just be aware that they need some calibration out of the box. Riders under the 220-pound load limit will get the best results. The SKRT Metro is powered by a 350 Watt motor that can reach a max speed of 18 MPH. That said, this scooter packs a surprising amount of power for such a small package. It feels pretty zippy but still struggles with hills steeper than 15 degrees. This scooter’s built-in battery lasts for about an hour and can be easily tracked using a charge indicator on the right handlebar. This scooter has two sets of shock absorbers for its front and rear 8.5-inch pneumatic tires. This scooter has plenty of safety features including keyed ignition, powerful front and rear LEDs, a loud horn, and two brakes. The SKRT utilizes a front disc brake and a rear hydraulic brake for quick deceleration.

But for most people, the only modification they’ll be able to make is to occasionally change a tire tube or remove the seat post. This scooter might not be the sleekest looking or the most feature-packed, but it is an outstanding deal for the performance and it is definitely a viable option for an urban commute. All you have on the handlebars are its front and rear brakes, a three-LED battery indicator, and the Turbo button. For how many moving parts the UberScoot has, its controls are fairly barebones. The seat post is detachable and must be removed to fold the scooter down, but you likely won’t fold it down too often as it is far too heavy and bulky to carry onto a crowded bus. They provide decent visibility but you should consider additional lights and a bell if you plan to ride at night. This scooter does come with front and rear lights but the lights have their own power buttons. There is no horn or light control.

Additional information

Weight65 kg
Dimensions145 × 55 × 65 cm

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  • Brand: OEM/ODM/Haibadz
  • Min.Order Quantity: 1 Piece/Pieces
  • Supply Ability: 3100 Piece/Pieces per Month
  • Port: Shenzhen/GuangZhou
  • Payment Terms: T/T/,L/C,PAYPAL,D/A,D/P
  • 1piece price:3188usd per piece
  • 10piece price:3125usd per piece


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