You Want Effortless Commuting
Electric scooters and eBikes are easy to use. Most of us are already familiar with their traditional counterparts, the kick scooter and conventional bicycle, respectively. As such, the learning curve for operation is quite minimal – but new riders will need to familiarize themselves with the basic navigation controls for their e-scooter or electric bike. That includes how to throttle, how to brake, how to accelerate and decelerate, among others.
Some eRideables will have other “smart” features, including a pairable app for their smartphone or Bluetooth connectivity. Serious effort should be made to learn the ins and outs of every eRideable feature before hopping on for the first time. (And don’t forget to follow the warnings, rules and precautions that come with the user manual. They’re there for a reason!)
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Once you get the hang of your new eRideable, though, you’ll marvel at how much easier it is to get around. You may even wonder how you ever got around without it! After all, eBikes and electric scooters aren’t just easy to use, they also make getting around far more convenient than before – especially for urban commuters.
Electric bike cyclists, for instance, can use bike lanes instead of waiting in traffic. Bike racks are now common in most cities, so locking up your eBike will be far quicker – and cheaper – than finding a parking lot or garage and paying parking fees. And for even more convenience, consider a foldable electric bike or e-scooter – no parking fees required.