Electric Scooters As Vehicles
A brand that is becoming more popular is the X-Treme XM-3500i Luxury scooter. It is very similar to a motorcycle as well. This brand of scooter is very popular with the kids. They are less expensive than a car and easier to maneuver. They are very common with the college age, especially for those who live on a very large campus. If a student lived on one side of the campus and needed to get to the other side, this scooter would become very handy. It is small enough to be parked anywhere, especially a college campus where parking is always few and far between.
Electric scooters are also very popular with older adults. For those who need to get around places that require a lot of walking. They obviously need something motorized if they are going to go about their business by themselves. It would be logical for them to be in a wheel chair if someone were with them, but some older people are still agile enough to want to do things themselves. It is great for their mobility. These scooters are small enough to fit in a van or on a small shelf that can be hooked up to the back of a car, so older people can take them anywhere.
The Razor can be found at Toys R Us and other stores. It is more common and pretty much the "base model" for all of the scooters. They are more for kids playing around their neighborhood. They would not be best used for transportation around cities. However, other scooter would benefit from bumper to bumper traffic.
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