What are the differences between scooters?
The biggest differences in electronic mobility aids are found in motorization, range and equipment. For example, you may only drive on the sidewalk with an electric scooter that travels at a maximum speed of 6 km/h. This means that you are not allowed to drive on the sidewalk. If, on the other hand, you opt for a vehicle that also travels faster than 6 km/h, you are also allowed to use bicycle paths. Furthermore, you should resort to the use of roads only in exceptional cases and at a speed of more than 12 km/h.
In addition, electric scooters, which are also suitable for bike path and road use, have lighting, turn signals, hazard warning lights, warning triangle, horn and a rear marker for safe use in public traffic. Furthermore, there is the possibility to purchase practical accessories to facilitate your daily use: Shopping baskets, rear view mirrors, holders, etc.