So you've decided to invest in a new scooter, but you're a little unsure where to start. There are so many models to choose from, which can be really confusing. How do you know which one is right for you?

That's why we researched and compiled this ultimate buying guide for buying an electric & gas scooter - one that's both safe and reliable. We'll be honest; it will take some time to sort out the best of the best. But we're here to help.


Commuting is one of the most common uses for a scooter, but there are a few important things to consider when buying one.

First, if you commute on a daily basis, you'll want a gas scooter. This is because gas scooters are a lot easier to drive than electric scooters.

You'll be able to accelerate easily and brake, making them easier to ride and much more enjoyable to commute on.

However, if you're commuting for shorter distances, electric scooters are much easier to ride. The reason for this is that you'll be able to accelerate and brake much more quickly and easily.

Top Speed

For most people, the top speed is not the most important scooter feature. However, the top speed is the most important factor for those who want to do some off-road fun or who want to get from A to B as fast as possible.

So, before you even think about which scooter is right for you, you need to decide how fast you want to go. It's best to choose a Evolv Pro Electric Scooters with a top speed of 65 mph.

This means that you can cover a lot of ground without stopping and recharging. A good range will be between 80 and 90 km.

Off-Road Needs

Scooters are great for getting around town. But they're also great for exploring your neighborhood and getting around the great outdoors.

That's why we've included our off-road scooters here. You'll find a wide variety of off-road scooters that will take you through the dirt and off the beaten path.

If you plan on using your MotoTec Free Ride 48v 600w Lithium Electric Scooter off-road, you'll need a frame that's been specifically designed to handle rugged terrain.

Off-road scooters are often built with wider wheels, longer handlebars, and a longer seat to give you more stability and control.


When you're on a scooter, the fun is in the journey. You want to get out and explore your local area, and you want to do it in style.

Don't get bogged down by all the numbers and specs - just make sure you get one that you can enjoy riding. 

What's the point of owning a scooter if it's not a fun? Well, we're not saying you should be riding your scooter to work or the shop, for that matter.

But if you're going to own a scooter, it should be an exciting, and safe way to get around town.

There's nothing worse than a boring scooter, right? But a highly functional scooter will have more features like Cycleboard Rover No Limits All-terrain Vehicle, which means it'll be easier to use.