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Item: diy electric scooter
Manufacture: China (Mainland) EEC APPROVED
Max loading: 200KG
Max Speed: 25km/h, 40km/h(optional)
Distance Per Charge: 60km
Charging Time: 8-9h
Battery: Lithium battery, 60V/20Ah
Diy electric scooter, electric motorbike, electric scooter motorcycle, for Harley electric bike, 2 big wheel electric scooter.
Two wheel electric scooters, also known as Electric Bicycles or Mopeds, are a great, low-noise, zero-emissions form of transportation that are also suitable for persons with limited mobility.
With recent technology todays range of electric transportation doesn't look, feel or move like anything that has come before. You can according to your favorite color or pattern to DIY electric scooter.
Green electric scooter
White 2 big wheel electric scooter
Pink for Harley electric scooter
Why choose us?
1. We specialized at developing quality first and service for every customer, our customer at Europe and Ocean market get a huge success by purchasing our premium quality product.
2. We are the only one supplier that has more models with EEC & COC certification in China.
EEC certification(E-mark certification) is based on the European Commission (ECE) in Genvea signed and promulagted the ECE regulations implemented a system of auto parts approval.
The COC certificate is required by many countries and exported to the Middle East such as Saudi Arabia and Iran. The customs of the importing country needs the importer to provide the COC (Certificate of Conformance) certificate issued by the recognized international certification company.
MAKE IT PRIME
Level up: Make your Electric Scooter go PRIME with customized seat design and color-matching handlebars and rims.
Packing and Shipping
1, Where are the gears?
There are no gears or clutch and no footwork.
They are fully automatic!!! Just twist and go.
2, Is there a footbrake?
No, Front and rear brakes are both activated by levers on the handlebar. No footwork!
3, What's the difference between a scooter and a motorbike?
Generally scooters differ from motorcycles in three key areas:
Step through Chassis
Incorporated engine and rear wheel unit and the automatic transmission
They are light having greater protection with a low centre of gravity making them easier to manoeuvre