Electric scooter U3
An ideal means of transport to the city
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Easy control, management and control of the ride is ensured by the solid construction of the scooter, high handlebars and solid, full tubeless tires. The right hand controls the forward lever, the left lever controls the brake lever and the bell. The scooter has two gears with a speed limiter of 15 km / h and 25 km / h. The brake lever activates the rear disc brake and at the same time the electric brake on the front wheel.
The U3 electronic scooter has a range of 20 km (+/- 5 km). Scooter travel is a much-discussed issue and it needs to be explained that it can be significantly affected by a number of factors. The range under optimal conditions is often stated, but they do not exist in real operation, and the actual range is very often significantly smaller. Therefore, we present the range of each scooter in a range of several km. The actual range of the scooter affects the driver's weight, driving style, track profile, speed, air resistance and more.
The folding mechanism of the U3 scooter is at the bottom of the control rod. By turning the lock, the lever of the tilting mechanism is unlocked and folded down. Then the whole steering rod, including the handlebars, is folded towards the base plate and locked with a hook located on the rear fender.
The electric scooter U2 weighs 12.2 kg and will carry a driver weighing 100 kg. This cannot be compared at all with a regular car. Another plus is the electric drive, which does not emit any emissions into the air during its ride. Scooters also do not need any parking spaces. Simply fold it and hide it in the locker room or, for example, under a desk in the office.
Different legislation may apply to each country, so we recommend that you familiarize yourself with them before the first ride and comply with all necessary regulations.
The main thing is to have a helmet on - we recommend the URBIS helmet and do not ride on the sidewalks. It is also important to give other road users a signal to change direction. This can be dangerous on a scooter that has a small gyroscopic moment. Therefore, we do not recommend giving this sign in the same way as on a bicycle (right / left hand), but using the URBIS signal ladder.
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