hot 2019 electic scooter 6000w
scooter electrique 125cc
|High strength aluminum alloy 6061, surface paint
|One forming front fork and rear fork
|11 “72V 10000W brushless toothed high speed motor
|72V 70SAH*2 tube vector sinusoidal brushless controller (mini type)
|72V 40AH-45AH module lithium battery (Tian energy 21700)
|LCD speed, temperature, power display and fault display
|Location and telecontrol alarm
|After one disc, does not contain harmful substance, in compliance with international environmental requirements
|Forging brake of aluminum alloy with power breaking function
|ZhengXin tire 11 inch
|LED lenticular bright headlights and driving lights
|5000watt per piece
|Net weight and gross weight
|L* w* h: 1300*560*1030 (mm)
|L* w* h: 1330*320*780 (mm)
Are electric scooters safe for seniors?
With the development of science and technology, electric scooters, as a new type of transportation, are becoming more and more popular in urban travel. For young people, it provides a convenient, efficient and environmentally friendly way to travel, but for the elderly, is this new type of transportation safe?
First of all, electric scooters have the advantages of speed and convenience. Compared with traditional bicycles, electric scooters are faster and can reach destinations quickly within short distances. For the elderly’s short-distance travel, such as shopping, medical treatment, etc., electric scooters are a very good choice. In addition, electric scooters can also reduce the walking burden of the elderly and reduce fatigue and fall risks caused by long-term walking.
However, electric scooters also present some safety hazards. On the one hand, the elderly are prone to traffic accidents due to their reduced physical function and slower reaction speed. When driving on the road, electric scooters mix with other vehicles and can easily collide or be scratched by other vehicles. On the other hand, electric scooters have poor stability and balance, and elderly people are prone to falls or bumps when riding. If the elderly suffer from diseases such as osteoporosis, they may easily suffer fractures or more serious injuries after falling.
Therefore, elderly people need to carefully consider safety issues when choosing to use electric scooters. Before riding, you should first understand the local traffic rules and road conditions, abide by the traffic rules and ensure your own safety. At the same time, the elderly should choose electric scooters that suit their physical conditions, such as good stability, moderate speed, and easy control. In addition, it is recommended that the elderly wear protective equipment such as safety helmets, elbow pads, and knee pads when using electric scooters to reduce possible injuries when falling.
While electric scooters provide a convenient way for seniors to get around, safety is an important factor to consider. When choosing and using electric scooters, elderly people should be cautious to ensure their own safety.
Some countries and regions have begun to pay attention to the safety issues of electric scooters and have taken measures to regulate and manage them. For example, some places prohibit electric scooters from driving on sidewalks and require riders to wear protective equipment such as safety helmets. In addition, some manufacturers have also launched electric scooters specifically suitable for the elderly to meet their needs. These vehicles usually have better stability and safety.
To sum up, electric scooters are a convenient way of travel for the elderly, but they also have certain safety risks. When choosing and using electric scooters, the elderly should fully consider their physical condition and safety issues, abide by traffic rules and local management regulations, and ensure their own safety. At the same time, society and manufacturers should also take more measures to improve the safety and reliability of electric scooters and provide more convenient and safer means of transportation for the elderly.