E-scooters are becoming increasingly popular. But it is also really practical to cover short distances with the e-scooter.
To make your purchase decision easier, we have compared the e-scooters from Egret and compiled the 6 most exciting models in our product recommendations. There you will definitely find the right e-scooter for you.
- In the meantime, hardly any e-scooters are sold without road approval, because the manufacturers have modified their speedsters in accordance with the legal requirements. Egret is no exception to this rule. Nevertheless, make sure that the scooter is provided with the ABE sticker.
- Aroadworthy e-scooter travels a maximum of 20 km/h and is equipped with a steering bar as well as a grab bar. The power of the motor for children’s e-scooters must also be throttled to 500 watts.
- Since the scooter is not only driven, but also occasionally carried, the weight should be taken into account. For example, if the scooter has to be hoisted up the stairs into the apartment, every gram makes itself felt.
- E-scooters from Egret weigh between 9 and 14 kilograms. Depending on the age and strength of the rider, we recommend a model between 7 and 10 kilograms.
- To ride the scooter safely over hill and dale, the tires should be large enough. 8 inches represent a standard value that should not be undercut. Otherwise, for example, grooves on the sidewalk can become a danger as soon as the tire gets stuck.
- E-scooters from Egret are equipped with 10-inch tires on average. Perfect for getting around on forest trails as well as in the city.
- Also note the type of tires: Pneumatic tires are synonymous with a great ride and rarely wear out. However, pneumatic tires also need to be maintained. Checking tire pressure every 2 months is a good idea! Hard rubber tires are less maintenance-intensive and more favorably – transfer however more noticeable unevenness.
- To be able to brake at any time, the e-scooter should be equipped with both mechanical and electric brakes . The latter can fail as soon as the battery weakens.
- The shape of an e-scooter is well known. However, some “exotics” exist in this category. For example, Egret carries models with height-adjustable seats, so that the scooter resembles an e-bike.
- To ensure that the scooter can be transported and stowed away without any problems, a folding mechanism should be provided. This allows the e-scooter to be folded up ironing board style.
- Important: The folding mechanism should be doubly secured . Otherwise, there is a risk of injury if the machine is accidentally actuated during the ride and the scooter “collapses”.
- In principle, it is true that a high-wattage motor will carry its rider longer and thus further. However, in the case of e-scooters, wattage has less impact on range than is often assumed.
- The range of an e-scooter from Egret is between 20 and 40 kilometers. The latter figure should be viewed critically, however: Every now and then, manufacturers state the performance of their products under optimal conditions. However, the scooters achieve a range of 30 kil ometers – a solid value!
- E-scooters used to be equipped with belt or chain drives. These drives are comparatively loud and also transmit vibrations very strongly.
- A hub motor isquieter and more comfortable to ride.
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FAQ About E-Scooters
If you want to ride an e-scooter, you must be at least 14 years old.
The price range for e-scooters is relatively wide. Egret, for example, offers models starting at around 225 EUR, but also has e-scooters that are a little over 1300 EUR. Which scooter comes into question must be decided individually. The cheap model is only suitable for short distances, while the other scooter can do a maximum of 40 km. You can find these and other good models in our product recommendations.
You are allowed to drive e-scooters from the age of 14.
E-scooters with road approval may not be faster than 20 km/h. In addition, a motor vehicle liability insurance and a license plate are required. The minimum speed must be 6 km/h.
E-scooters street legal drive a maximum of 20 km/h. However, there are also faster variants, but these may not be used in public spaces.
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