According to the National Association of City Transportation Officials, there were 38.5 million electric scooter rides shared last year. If this is only counting ride share amounts, you can only imagine how much higher the amount is nationwide.
People are becoming far more interested in alternative travel. E-scooters are more available than ever and better priced. Most visible have been the standards but what about the fat tire electric scooter. They hold a list of benefits themselves.
Find out how the fat tire electric scooter can fit your needs and which of the many would be the best selection with the breakdown right here.
Aspects of the Fat Tire Electric Scooter
One of the most important parts to consider is the battery. How strong of a charge will determine how far of a distance your scooter will take you with a single charge.
The top fat tire scooters generally ranging at approximately 50-75 miles per charge.
Surprisingly, the top speed on a select few can be as high as 55MPH.
The reason many make the choice to select a fat tire over a standard is exactly that, the fat tire. This design difference adds a unique touch and a large amount of handling flexibility.
A fat tire can go light “off-roading”. You could take them on simple trails that are not as clear at parks or at the beach, places a regular tire electric scooter could not go.
Choosing What’s Best for You
While these all have their benefits the specific choice will depend on your priority and price range.
The scooter that is trending to top lists is the eDrift ES295.
It has the ability to reach a top speed of 30mph while traveling 65 miles on a single charge. This makes its potential use for a commuter very likely. There are safety mechanisms worked into the steering mechanisms as well.
However, that quality comes a larger price tag.
If you are on a more limited budget a great choice would be the:
Despite the lower price tag the scooter still carries a moderate rating and a relatively good top speed at around 20mph. It does have a strong battery charge and works well as a budget scooter for city riding.
A top pick for a recreational driver MotoTec Electric
With its stylish design but low travel range on a charge, this scooter is considered a choice more for recreation rather than a choice of a commuter. It does, however, reach a top speed of 32mph.
Time to Change Your Mode of Transportation
So now you know the benefits, you see the differences between the standard electric scooter and the fat tire electric scooter, other than the obvious of course. You have been given a good idea of what will work with your budget.
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