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Distinguishing Electronic Scooters and Stunt Scooters Because there’s bound to be traffic congestion in a rapidly growing city, where the infrastructure is still not properly laid out, commuting will be a challenge to most people and alternative measures are being looked into by commuters, as well as businesses who see this as an opportunity, such that one kind of solution can be seen in electric scooters. With electric scooters, people can see benefits from it, such as: it is easier to move around the traffic congestion, therefore help you reach your destination in quick time; it is light and compact, therefore, easy to travel; it is run by rechargeable batteries and, therefore, environment friendly; and the overall cost of maintaining an electric scooter is less expensive and easy. The rechargeable batteries of electric scooters are made of either lead or lithium types, in which these types can endure long travels on a range of about 10 to 40 miles. Electric scooters work through its motor, which is mounted, either at the front wheel or at both the wheels, on the frame, and which gets electricity to run the scooter from the battery through a network of wires. Electric scooters were made for short distance travel, a reason why they are low speed vehicles; however, its advantage as a low speed vehicle is that it can travel on short city lanes and roads quickly, especially when there is traffic congestion.
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Stunt scooters are purposely designed for leisure and for tournament, where they are used in skate parks or for freestyle stunt demonstrations, and they are made up of the following: an adjustable handlebar, which can be adjusted according to a suitable height of the user, a comfortable deck, made of aluminum or wood or fiber glass, for the feet to move the scooter along a path, and a pair of wheels. Since most stunt scooters are used for competitions and tournaments, types that are meant for these events have specially designed composition: the handlebar is fixed and not adjustable, so it doesn’t move when a player lands, the deck is made of steel, heavier than regular decks, to withstand the extra pressure, and the wheels are smaller in size for short speed travel.
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There are many varieties of stunt scooters that are recommended for children five years and above, who are into this kind of skate park sports of jumps and tricks or for children who love the thrill of doing small jumps on their scooter. When you want your five year old kid to learn about skate park stunts using a stunt scooter at an early age, choose a scooter that is designed for your kid’s age, one with a shorter handlebar and a shorter deck, but has a quality that can endure the bumps and jumps, which a young kid can do to a scooter.