The Zap Scooters Pro Jr. electric scooter is a significant improvement over the Standard model, equipped with a more powerful electric motor, one more battery for extra power, and a seat. The Pro Jr. comes packaged with all of the features found on Zappy 3 Standard as well.
This 3 wheeled scooter is well suited for use by teenagers, adults, and seniors. The Zappy 3 Pro Jr. electric scooter’s 3 wheeled setup provides an easy to ride on platform whether the scooter is turned or not. Just jump on and go with the Zappy 3 Pro Jr. Continue reading
Some people have the need: the need for speed. Here we look at four drivers who have driven five very different modes of transport in attempts to enter the record books
Colin Furze, a British plumber, spent three months converting his machine to go nine times faster than the average mobility scooter, which is 13kph. The petrol-powered scooter has a 125cc motorbike engine, five gears and twin exhausts. He is now looking to formally enter the speedy scooter into the record books: “I was told by Guinness that I could modify the engine but I wasn’t allowed to change the appearance in any way, so I couldn’t give it bigger wheels or make it more stable.” Guinness told Furze he has to exceed 100kph.
via The National.
A while back I was standing at the gas pump complaining to myself about the high gas prices. I decided right then that there had to be a better way; something that provided for convenient transportation, but at a lower cost. That’s when I decided to investigate the various options in way of an electric scooter.
There were several questions that immediately came into my mind about this plan. Where can I buy a dependable, good quality scooter? Which brand names are the best? Are there any local places to purchase parts or get repairs if necessary? What safety concerns and laws should I take into account before I purchase an electric scooter? How fast will it go? What kind of mileage can I expect? How much do good quality transportation scooters cost?
I decided to take my search online first to learn as much as possible about electric and mobility scooters before spending any of my money and possibly making a bad decision. My goal was simple and obvious; get the best electric scooter available for the lowest possible price.
Here are a few tips I learned to avoid poorly manufactured electric and mobility scooters: Continue reading
A lucky lady from Tennessee was the winner of John Force’s personal Yamaha Zuma scooter at At the 56th running of the NHRA Mac Tools U.S. Nationals.
The keys to the scooter were handed over by the John Force team by the event’s biggest sponsor, Castrol, at its 25th anniversary celebration.
Prize(s): One (1) GRAND PRIZE: John Force’s Personal Yamaha Zuma Scooter autographed and presented to you by John Force at the MAC Tools US Nationals from September 3, 2010 thru Sept 7, 2010 in Indianapolis, IN. Prize includes roundtrip airfare for (2) from airport closest to winners home, car rental, selected meals and tickets to the race. An autographed John Force Racing jacket signed by all the John Force Racing drivers and an autographed John Force replica helmet. ARV: $5,600.
(1) First Prize: 50” Flat Screen Television from BrandSource. ARV: $1,000.
(5) Second Prize: Blu-Ray Players from BrandSource. ARV: $200 each.
(8) Third Prize: John Force Race Station $25 Gift Certificate. ARV. $25 each.
The 2011 Yamaha Zuma
The 2011 Yamaha Zuma scooter.
The mobility scooter market currently offers more than 200 scooter models from which to choose, with dozens of amenities and add-on features available. But not every model, amenity or add-on is right for every consumer. The wrong scooter may potentially lead drivers of these devices to accidents or impede them from using transit buses or cause them difficulty with air travel.
Following years of unique research and development at Afikim Electric vehicles, Breeze C has been approved for release by the company’s engineers.
We spoke with Amnon Haviv, Manager of Afikim’s Engineering department with more than 15 years of experience in developing mobility scooters, about the testing process.
Vespa’s is introducing its LX150ie scooter in pink! Find a Vespa Dealer in the United States.
The Vespa LX150ie in pink, for a limited time.
Ontario scooter and moped riders will be required to take a specific written test, as well as a road test in order to obtain a license to ride their vehicles.
Previous laws allowed riders with a regular drivers license to operate scooters and mopeds. The written test law went into effect in November, 2005 and the road test began in the Spring of 2006.
Limited Edition Vespa PX 150 in vintage green.
Piaggio relaunched this classic beauty in the United States, starting in November, 2005. There were only 500 of these Limited Edition PX 150 Series America scooters, brushed in the vintage green Vespa color–each one individually numbered, including a stamped metal plaque, a commemorative letter, and an illustrated history of the PX.
Unfortunately, due to emission restrictions, the scooter will not be available in California.