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All posts by vacuumjunkie

E-Mobility enthusiast since 2009.

Segway ES2 vs ZERO 8

Battle of the 2 Top Entry Level E-scooters: Ninebot Segway ES2 vs ZERO 8 For riders thinking about getting an entry level electric scooter, the Segway ES2 and the ZERO8 will unavoidably come up as potential choices. Both are in the same price range, but they have very different features. In this post, we are ...

PMD Registration and UL 2272 Certification

Background On 12 Dec 2018, the Land Transport Authority of Singapore (LTA) released details on the registration of electric scooters. On this page, we have consolidated information regarding this registration, and summarized them into an easily digestible bite-sized FAQ. We have also added some other helpful information surrounding this registration. For official information about the registration, ...

Launch of the ZERO E-Scooter Series

The ZERO is a high performance, value for money e-scooter series that checks every box in an e-scooter rider’s idea of a dream scooter.

Launch of the Kobra

Kobra -- A Serpent-Inspired E-Scooter With many car designs increasingly being inspired by members of the animal kingdom such as sharks, and cats, it was about time the PEV world followed suit. Introducing the Kobra, the most comfortable seated electric scooter. Inspired Simplistic Design The Kobra isn't just any ordinary electric scooter. Its unique serpent-like design ...

5 Things that Compromise an EScooter Range

Not All Riding Conditions are Ideal The purpose of an electric scooter (or escooter) is to get you from place to place. Naturally, how far the scooter can go is an important feature. However, the range is often the feature most often complained by riders less to be than advertised. Why is that consistently so? The ...

Singapore’s Escooter Laws in 60 Sec

Here’s what you need to know about Singapore’s PMD, or personal mobility device, laws summarized neatly into a 1 min video. Escooters are classified under the PMD category and failure to comply by these regulations will as always in Singapore result in the death penalty. ... We’re kidding of course. A fine of $300 for ...

Which to Choose Part 2: Ebike vs Escooter

When do you choose between an ebike and escooter? Here is part 2 of the ebike vs escooter debate adapted from E-Mobility HQ following our first part series here. If you are still unsure after reading our first article, we have created a list of pros and cons for each product category to help you ...

Li ion battery with hard case

[Tutorial] How to Revive E-Scooter Battery

We know how it sucks when you leave your e-scooter or e-bike in storage for sometime and it fails to turn on after you shake out the cobwebs. Li ion batteries (in fact all batteries) have a natural discharge inherent in them. If they are connected to your electronic device (like an e-scooter) the natural ...

[Advice] 6 Rules How to Make Your Electric Scooter’s Battery Live Long & Prosper

Contributed by Joyor Scooters The battery is one of the most important (and expensive) parts of an electric scooter and it has to be well maintained and taken care of. Its warranty period is usually shorter than the warranty period of an e-scooter or e-bike. But you can significantly prolong the life of the battery of ...

The Black Sheep of our E-Scooter Community

What Not To Do As an E-Scooter Rider In this article, we would like to feature some of the mind boggling, image tarnishing stuff that some e-scooter riders in our community are doing. These are the absolute minority but they are giving the majority a bad name. E-Scooters by regulation need to fall within the ...