Gas prices have you thinking of buying a scooter? If you are worried about the gas prices and want to avoid the prices all together, think about an electric scooter. Something you never need to fill up. Plug in and charge yes, but no filling up with gas.


Or there is the electric scooter. You don’t have to plug it in, but of course fill it up. Like a car. Each scooter, either gas or electric, has its pros and cons.

Let’s start with the electric. The fastest you will go is roughly 35-40 miles per hour.

Going up hills and on long trips is going to be an issue. They don’t go fast, you need to fully charge every night for proper use.They can only hold a charge for approximately 120 miles. Being greener for the environment and costing roughly one to five thousand dollars, you can practically build this from the ground up if ordered brand new.

Now for the electric scooters. Obviously, they need to be filled up with gas. You can go roughly 45 miles per hour and power on these is substantially higher than the electric. No issues with hills or any other situations are documented. Many different motor sizes are also available. The higher in cc’s, or cubic centimeters per motor,the more power you will have. Sometimes this is better. For the gas usage, the higher the cc’s, the more gas you use. We think that buying an electric scooter is a good investment.


I personally recommend you go to a cycles shop prior to buying a scooter and talk with an associate. They will be able to help you determine how much you want to spend, what you want to use it for,and any other questions you may have.

Bodies range from being sleek and chick, to big and brawny. Any color imaginable is available.

Extras can also be added on. They range from extra lights to event runks. Varied in prices, you are looking at five hundred to five thousand dollars to add on.

Every person is different, so their taste is the body, size and power is going to be different. If you are trustworthy of the internet, you can find some amazing deals.