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Is Your Electric Scooter Street Legal?



There are all sorts of benefits to using an electric scooter. Of course before you purchase one you will want to ask "is the electric scooter street legal?" This will make it a great choice because you will be able to make more use of it. You will be able to save money when you are going to be taking short trips around town, and you won't have to worry about buying gas. You will also have an easier time finding parking, and you will be driving a more environmentally friendly vehicle.
 

However, many of the electric scooters that are available are not street legal. They do not go very fast at all. Scooters like the EV Rider Sit-N-Ride, the EZIP, the Go-Ped, the Razor, and the Zip'r are not meant for street use. These are either mobility scooters that are meant for indoor and outdoor use or they are scooters that are more in the line of toys.

One of the options for street legal electric scooters or mopeds is the X-Treme XM-3500i Luxury. This is a great choice since it can go up to 60 miles on just one charge of its lithium ion batteries. You will need to register it with the DMV, and you will need to have a motorcycle license in many states. It can go up to 48 miles per hour. This company also makes a couple other street legal electric scooters that you can take a look at. These include the XM-3000 as well as the XM-5000LI. The X-Treme's XB-420M Electric Bike is a three wheel option, but it only gets up to about 15 miles per hour.

As there aren't many scooters in the electric scooter street legal category, you might also want to consider electric motorcycles as well, such as those made by E-Moto and Ride Green. You can also consider mopeds, motorcycles, and scooters that are not electric. These will all save you money on gas over a car, and be a bit more environmentally friendly, though they are not quite as green as using an electric scooter, moped, or motorcycle to get around.

 

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