...These Electric Scooters will Change Your Life!
...On Picking A Electric Scooter, Always Check the Rider Weight Limit. If You Have Balance Issues, Then You Want A Scooter with Three Wheel Stability.
...Your Purchase Should Be Big Enough That It Turns You On. Make It An Adventure!
...When Riding on Sidewalks Be Caucus of Cars Pulling Out of Parking Lots And Driveways. And If You're Riding Fast, You're Threatening Pedestrians.
So When You're Approaching Pedestrians, Driveways And Cross Streets Slow Down. Be Sure To Check The Traffic At Cross Streets in All Directions, Especially Behind You.
...And If You Ride At Night, Use Headlights. It's The Law!
...The Zappy3 Pro Flex Is A Great Three Wheel Electric Scooter ...That's Very Affordable. Everyone Loves There Zappy. It Does Come with a Basket, Electric Horn, Headlight and Removable Seat.
I Do Show Different Pictures of the Model, Sitting Down and Standing Up. However It's All the Same Zappy Scooter.
An Upgrade of the Zappy is the Flex 500.The Flex has a 500 Watt Motor and 48 Volt Batteries. Whereas, The Zappy has a 350 Watt Motor and 36 Volt Batteries. So The Flex 500 is Faster and Has A Longer Range.
The Stand n Ride Electric Scooter Has A Larger Platform to Stand On and Bigger Wheels, Than the Zappy and Flex 500.
...The Stand n Ride Scooter Easily Come Apart to Fit in the Trunk of a Car.
...The Stand nRides Cost More, But You Get More Bells and Whistles. And Even Thought The Stand nRides Have a 24 Volt Batteries, the Batteries Are 22Ah ...Long Distance Batteries. You Also Get A Free Helmet And Deluxe Cup Holder.
However, The Three Scooters Are A Fun Ride.
...Look Out World, Here You Come. And I'll Be Waiting For You...
...On Taking Care of Your Batteries; We Recommend You Store Your Batteries Indoors During Cold Winter Months. Extreme Cold Can Cause Them Harm. You Should Also Recharge Them Once Every 30 Days While Storing Them. This Will Pro-Long The Life of Your Batteries.
If you are Going To Use Your Electric Scooter or E-Bike During the Winter, Charge the Batteries Indoors and Make Sure They Are Fully Charged Before You Ride.
Be Sure to Read "Taking Care of Your Batteries on Our Web Site".
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