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Boosted Rev: is this electric scooter worth $1,600? | USA TODAY



Electric scooters: Love or hate them? Here’s what you need to know.
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Scooters used to be toys only for children. Their motorized descendants, however, are now popular among adults.

Last year, Americans took 38.5 million trips on shared scooters in more than 100 cities, according to the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), a nonprofit organization. Those trips accounted for almost half of the 84 million trips – more than doubled from 2017 – taken on “shared micro-mobility” options that also include station-based bikes and dockless bikes.

As people look for ways to get around congested cities faster, scooters have gained in popularity. But their emergence has drawn criticism that the vehicles are risky both for riders and pedestrians.

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6 comments

  1. Hell Naw old played out plus not safe at all

  2. Wow!!! I got a 2006 Honda Civic for 2000 thousand!!! But I guess when you don’t have parking and you wanna go fast!!!

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