Power scooters are something more than the scooter you rent on the street or the Segway ES4 your friend has lying around.

These MACHINES are for people, who look for something FASTER, MEMORABLE and maybe a sprinkle of CRAZY tossed in. Be it the All-Wheel Drive, extremely performant suspension or comfortable ride on ANY road. Power scooters allow you to conquer every hill and traverse every road you can find in a way, which makes you smile.

We have gathered here stories about power scooters from people in every walk of life. Check out, how they have made scooters part of their lives and how it helps in their everyday commute. ⬇️ Have fun! ⬇️

How did you get the idea to buy your first power scooter? – I started with a Xiaomi M365 scooter like everybody else – that phase went past fast. Then I bought a GPad Joyride, which was already something more, but I still felt like I need more performance. A big guy like me needs powerful motors to climb steeper hills and from that I realized – now is the time for the big boys.

How long have you been scooting and what is the mileage? – In total I have bought 5 scooters in the period of 2 years. My total milage is close to 14 000 km. At the moment I am using GPad F3 Max, which I got 2 weeks ago – already got more than 800 km on it.

What do you enjoy most while riding around? – The whole point of a power scooter is the ability to traverse any kind of terrain, atleast for me. Mud, Gravel, Dirt – you name it. Ofcourse it’s special because of the extremely high torque.

How often do you ride your scooter and what is the normal length of your trip? – I drive everyday, in any weather. My average mileage is somewhere around 30 km per day.

What would you say to someone who is interested in a power scooter but aren’t quite sure?– If you have any doubts, just go to the Voltride shop and try them out! Believe me, you’re going to like it. The torque and the power and the ability to go everywhere you want to – it’s worth the cost!

Anything else to you would like to add? – I think that owning this type of scooter has changed my life. I have found new friends and brought an scooter enthusiasts group to life. We ride wherever and whenever I feel like it – the weather does not get a say in it! I believe it truly has become my lifestyle.

How did you get the idea to buy your first power scooter?  – I tried a wide variety of scooters and I have realised that the most important thing is comfortable ride. That means the scooter is easy to use, suspension works well and surprisingly high sidewalk crossing are not a problem.

How long have you been scooting and what is the mileage?– I have used Inokim OX for a year and because we didn’t get any snow in winter, I could use it then also. My total mileage is not that big yet, a bit under 1000 km.

What do you enjoy most while riding around? – Ofcourse stable and secure ride and smooth suspension.

How often do you ride your scooter and what is the normal length of your trip? – Depends on the day. It’s quite possible that I ride the whole day, stopping only for a quick coffee with my girlfriends.

What would you say to someone who is interested in a power scooter but aren’t quite sure? – I sure this model is also right for men, but I personally value the stability and that I can trust my scooter. I can look left and right to check if there are any vehicles coming without having to worry, that something will get in the way and throw me off. Having said that the scooter is slightly on the heavier side, atleast compared to regular rental scooter, so it’s not really carry-on for women.

Would you like to add something? – Riding Inokim OX I always end up with the feeling, that I could ride even further, it’s just so comfortable to ride! So just to clarify – I fully recommend this scooter for a woman!


How did you get the idea to buy your first power scooter?
At first I tried scooters in the price range of 300-400€ and the idea of an electric scooter got me hooked so i wanted to buy one so bad. Later I realised that there are also these bigger models called power scooters and so it went. The main reasoning  was that it would be so comfortable to use it for my daily commute, I can enjoy the weather and nature and I cannot forget the emotion that the scooter provides.

How long have you been scooting and what is the kilometrage?
I’ve been riding my latest power scooter for 6 months and the number on my odometer is about 2000km. My whole experience with electric scooters is 5 years and I own 4 scooters. 

What do you enjoy most while riding around?
Most of all I enjoy the comfort of easily getting around and the suspension.

Have you modified anything on your bike?
I’ve added a couple of hooks so I can attach shopping bags to my scooter.

How often do you ride your scooter and what is the normal length of your trip?
I ride every single day and my rides last around 40 kilometers.

What would you say to someone who is interested in a power scooter but aren’t quite sure?
I would recommend not to doubt the decision to get one. Try out different models in the store and I can say that they are good scooters.

How did you get the idea to buy your first power scooter? – I wanted to buy a scooter, so I could move around the city faster when the weather permits. I tried different scooters but I quickly realised that the lighter models and me do not match. In the store the salesman recommended trying some of the advanced scooters as well and from there the idea started. Especially i remember liking the soft suspension. 

How long have you been scooting and what is the kilometrage? – I bought the scooter early this summer so my kilometrage is not that excessive, around 500km. 

What do you enjoy most while riding around? – Mostly I enjoy the feeling of freedom. When I get an idea to go somewhere within the city it’s just so easy to take the scooter and go. I value the silent ride that my electric scooter offers, so I can hear more about what’s going around me.

How often do you ride your scooter and what is the normal length of your trip? I don’t ride quite every day, but it happens around 3-4 times a week. Most of my rides end up being in the ballpark of 30km. 

What would you say to someone who is interested in a power scooter but aren’t quite sure? – Mainly i would say that a cheaper scooter can be purely a practical way of getting around but a power scooter offers something extra, for example a lot of fun and emotion while riding around and also it can take you to places you don’t see behind the steering wheel of a car.

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