These Smart, Electric Scooters Want To Fix Your Commuting Woes

Immotor Go Personal commuter vehicles are big at CES this year. The global electric scooters market is expected to reach $38.6 billion by 2024. URB-E makes foldable, electric vehicles....

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Personal commuter vehicles are big at CES this year. The global electric scooters market is expected to reach $38.6 billion by 2024. URB-E makes foldable, electric vehicles. The company announced a new model at CES that sells for $899. It has a top speed of 14 mph and a range of 16 miles. It folds up and weighs 30 pounds. It has a removable power source which can charge five devices.
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The bike is manufactured in America. OJO unveiled a smart scooter at the CES. It is meant for bike lanes, not for the roads. It can go 20 mph and a distance of 25 miles on a single charge. The zero emissions scooter can support 300 pounds. It charges at any standard outlet and has a USB port to charge your phone. It also includes waterproof Bluetooth speakers so you can listen to tunes while you ride. It costs $1999.

Immotor Go is a three-wheeled, foldable scooter. It has a top speed of 20 mph and a range of 20 miles. The batteries are removable and can be charged on the docking station. The batteries can also charge your laptop or other devices. Immotor has a built in camera that is triggered by the handle bar for selfies. It can autonomously cruise next to you to haul things. It is smartphone activated to help avoid theft. Immotor costs $1099.

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