Ridden about 5-6 times around town, up a few steep grades and into some high winds and its been excellent..handles easily and hasnt taken but a few hours to charge after each trip
This is the ultimate grocery getter. The 36V has hill climbing power unlike the 24V step brother. I am a 52 year old adult who hates traffic and bought this to get around town.Your doing 20mph right off the porch while other people are still looking for their car keys. With the added 12V the motor doesn't work as hard and makes the batteries last longer than the 24V models. These are easy to maintain and a great piece of insurance if your on a long trip if yours in the trunk when you break down.
I have a car, but would like to maybe someday have this as main rig. I live in downtown area so lots of things are accessible. I keep thinking it's going to give me problems, 'cuz , , ,life. But so far so good, have had it for 2+years, hard to estimate miles. It's a very nice, reasonably price scootaround. I live in senior housing and there are many disabled with power chairs costing 2000+, but I think this is wonderful for the price.
Good Scooter, but the batteries will not last. I've had mine for about 18 months. I use it for a 4 mile round trip several times a week and I'm on my third set of batteries. The first were replaced under the warranty, and my scooter was out of commission for about a week waiting. The second set were covered through the extended warranty. But over all I really like this is recommend it so long as you buy the warranty
I have owned two more electric scooters before this razor: both costing over $700. The razor accelerates as fast and has as high a top speed as both. The razor bike tires make for a smooth stable ride, without shocks. I am impressed after 3 weeks of riding around East Dallas. Fun, cheap, cool looking, and electric...with a freewheel motor. I am 60 years old and weigh 180 lb.