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Electric Scooter Dealers Offer Alternatives To Driving A Car

Posted on: April 23rd, 2013 by Pulse No Comments

Alternatives To Driving A CarGas prices are rising fast and continue to show no signs of stopping. The cost of living is rising as well, so many of us are looking for ways to cut down on expenses in any way we can. Driving a car is one of the daily activities we can limit and perhaps end up saving money on. If your daily commute is only a mile or two each way, then think about fuel efficient alternatives.

Many choose to ride public transportation. It’s a choice that will cost you less, but you often spend a lot of extra time waiting for a bus or train, or arriving at your destinations late. Riding public transportation is also great because it takes a lot of the stress out of commuting. While your bus or train is making its way to the destination, you can spend that time reading, listening to music or otherwise relaxing.

If you need to be in control of the transportation you use daily, a motorcycle or electric scooter could be the right choice. They use far less fuel than a car and are good for making your way through traffic. Motorcycles and scooters are best for short distance commutes though, and the proper safety gear should always be worn. Electric scooter dealers will also be able to tell you about non electric, body powered scooters that are growing in popularity these days. These scooters now come in adult sizes and are great for making local trips quickly and efficiently. You’ll experience the city in a whole new way and meet people in your neighborhood while riding a scooter. That’s just not possible to do with a car. Scooters are fun, fast, and easy when it comes to getting around.

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What The Best Electric Scooters Have In Common

Posted on: April 15th, 2013 by Pulse No Comments

Best Electric ScootersIf you’re in the market for a scooter, electric or otherwise, it’s important to keep a few things in mind. Chances are you’re ready to buy a scooter because you’re sick of rising gas prices and want to do something to save some money. Many who choose to ride a scooter as their main mode of transportation are concerned about their impact on the environment, and want to do something to lessen that impact. If this sounds like you then do a little research first to find out which are the best electric scooters for your lifestyle.

Motorized scooters are popular for city dwellers all over the world because they’re small, fast, and need little fuel to get going. These scooters work well for traveling by street only and for shorter distances. They still require gas to run, but at much less amounts than a vehicle would. If you’re concerned about carbon emissions, a motorized scooter still contributes some air pollution. It may not be as much as a vehicle, but it’s still a significant amount. IF that bothers you, think about purchasing an electric scooter.

These scooters require no fuel, just a charge from an electric source. Electric scooters only travel up to 10 mph, so you don’t get the same speed as you would with a motorized model. Still, electric scooters are great for short trips around your city or neighborhood. Whether you choose an electric or motorized model, you’ll notice a significant difference in the amount you spend on gas and the pollution you are producing to travel each day.

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Performance Scooters: Not Just For Kids Anymore

Posted on: April 11th, 2013 by Pulse No Comments

Performance ScootersMany people of all ages are choosing to purchase a scooter for practical purposes. With gas prices constantly rising, many can no longer afford the cost of keeping their gas tanks full. For running errands or just making visits around your neighborhood, it’s not necessary to use your car. Investing in a scooter can be a great way to cut down on costs, and make running those errands a little more fun too.

Performance scooters may have been previously reserved for children, but now many adults can be seen riding them on streets across the country. Not only does it save you money on putting gas in your car, but it’s also a great way to get a workout. A scooter requires no fuel, just the power of your legs to keep it going. A performance scooter is fast, durable, and small enough to be stored just about anywhere. Several models are available to choose from. There are even electric scooters that require just a single charge to bring you up to 10 mph of speed.

Choose the type, model, and color scooter you like best and get ready to change the way you get around. You’ll look at transportation in a whole new way, and enjoy the sights and sounds of your neighborhood like never before. People will begin to take notice and perhaps even be inspired to purchase a scooter of their own. Scooters bring out the kid in all of us, no matter how old we may be.

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Green Transportation And How It Can Fit Into Your Life

Posted on: April 4th, 2013 by Pulse 1 Comment

Green TransportationAs more Americans look for ways to cut down on the cost of everyday living as well as live in a greener, more environmentally responsible way, transportation is one of the things that first comes to mind. Living in a metropolitan area usually provides you with several options for getting around. It’s easy enough to hail a cab, take a subway, or simply walk to your destination. However in many cities, public transportation is not so convenient. In places like that, you may have to rely on other alternatives, like scooters, if you’re one of the many looking to reduce your carbon footprint and also save a penny or two.

Electric and human-powered scooters are increasing in popularity for city dwellers who need quick, convenient transportation around town. Many are also choosing rideshares for regular, daily transportation to and from work or school. There is some debate over which method creates less pollution but no matter which you choose, in the end you’ll be making a positive impact. With so many choices available for getting around in modern cities, it’s a lot easier to lead a responsible, environmentally conscious lifestyle.

Interested In Alternative Modes Of Transportation?

Posted on: March 21st, 2013 by Pulse No Comments

Alternative Modes Of TransportationBeing interested in a new form of transportation certainly isn’t that new of an idea, but it is a much more popular idea these days.  There are several different forms of transportation that can be taken such as the public transit, which includes the bus and train systems, bicycles, and good old footwork with walking.  There are companies that are making the best electric scooters out there, Pulse Scooters.

Alternative modes of transportation are a great idea to keep in mind if you live in a major metropolitan area.  Cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York all are great places to have alternative modes of transportation.  Bikes, skateboard cruisers, and scooters can all save you money, gas and the headache of having to find a parking space.

All of these types of activities can lead to a decrease in actual motor vehicle congestion, and have a lasting impact on the environment. The best scooters tend to be electric scooters and give you the option of not having to pedal the whole way to work or school.  These kinds of scooters all are wonderful for the environment because they are electric and do not put off any kind of carbon monoxide into the air.

It is not surprising that people are using these types of modes of transportation to get around.  As a matter of fact the electric scooter is becoming more of an option than an actual car because the price of gas is so astronomical, and the cost of keeping a car far outweighs the alternative.  So if you are on the fence and are thinking about alternative modes of transportation you should consider a bike, scooter, skateboard, or something else that is a little more environmentally friendly.  Earth is only going to last as long as we want it to.