There are all sorts of factors to take into account, like whether your scooter folds up, has suspension, or is suitable for the distances you cover. So how do you choose the right one?
You should choose your urban scooter based on three criteria: how long your rides are, the type of surface you ride over, and whether the scooter folds up.
1. How Long Your Rides Are
Oxelo offers two types of urban scooter, depending on how far you are travelling:
Less than 5km Go for a non-electric model
More than 5km go for an electric model
2. The Type of Surface
Think about the type of ground that you'll be riding on. If it's irregular or rugged, choose a model that has suspensions, especially in the front, and ergonomic handles to dampen vibrations in the legs and the arms.
3. Folding or Non-Folding
If you're likely to also take public transport while on your rides or daily commute, opt for an "EasyFold" model. It can be folded down (or unfolded) in a second and then carried like a suitcase with wheels.