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Electric scooters are all the trend for people who are looking for an alternative commute. Why wouldn’t they be? You get to skip the traffic, help the environment, and have an exciting ride. Not only are electric scooters also portable and easy to fold and carry, but you get to save money on your commute too.

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With electric scooters popping up in every city and some being able to reach speeds of 40+ mph, it is no wonder that there is an increase in accidents. There are areas on city streets where the driving limit is 35 mph, and there are no regulations in most places as to how fast you can travel on your electric scooter.

 

 

Electric scooters can be dangerous, but many factors contribute to these dangers.

 

 

Dangers of Electric Scooters

 

 

  • Inexperienced riders:There are not many regulations about electric scooter drivers in most cities, and you don’t require any training to ride it. Commuting around the city without any experience can be dangerous if you are not careful.
  • Need for speed:Some electric scooters can go over 40 mph, such as the Varla Eagle One. Also suitable for off-road adventures, if you aren’t taking the necessary safety precautions, you can get injured.
  • Road hazards: The road could have debris or potholes that could cause the e-scooter rider to lose control and get injured. Maintaining your balance when riding through obstacles can be a challenge.
  • Quality of the products: Some electric scooters are made poorly. Its carrying capacity can be lower than stated, and the quality of the materials, such as brakes, wheels, and motor, could be inadequate.
  • Lack of regulations: There are few regulations for electric scooter riders. The city has also not adapted to the overwhelming amount of electric scooter riders on the streets, making it a higher risk for riders. As society accepts these new modes of transportation, they slowly start to adapt and make room for e-scooter riders on city streets.
  • Safety equipment: Riders need to have the right accessories for electric scooters.Wear a helmet, gloves, knee and elbow pads for protection in the event of a fall.

 

 

 

How to Avoid Accidents on an Adult Electric Scooter

 

 

 

One of the best ways you can protect yourself is to practice. Spend enough time getting to know your scooter on quiet roads. Learn the best techniques for stepping off the e-scooter and back on. If you have an all-terrain scooter and plan on doing some off-road riding, take it out for practice and go slow. Get comfortable with how your off-road scooter for adults works. Make turns and get comfortable with steering and using the brakes. The more knowledgeable you are, the safer your riding will be.

 

Here’s how you can be a better rider:

 

  • Observe: Pay close attention to the things around you. Be aware of anything obstructing the road in front of you, vehicles, and pedestrians around you. It seems like a lot, but the more you practice, the better you will be at it.
  • Road rules: While there aren’t many regulations for foldable electric scooters for adults, it is essential to follow the rules on the road, such as those for motorcycles or cyclists. If everyone is adhering to road laws, you can rest assure that you will be safer on the road.
  • Braking:When using your brakes, you need to be gentle but sturdy. When braking, make sure you are leaning back and don’t pull on the brakes hard until they lock.
  • Be vigilant: If you can’t see around the corner, slow down until you have a better view. There might be a pedestrian or car, so the best way to avoid injury is to stay vigilant.
  • Avoid tricks: While it is fun riding your all-terrain electric scooter, doing tricks on the road can lead to injury. Practice at home or off-road if you want to go fast or learn a trick or two.
  • Riding under the influence:Don’t drink or drive under any circumstances! Just as though you are driving a car or motorcycle, driving under the influence can result in not only injuring yourself but others too.

 

 

 

Being safe on the road is vital for everyone. Make sure you take care of your electric scooter too. Check the tires, motor, and efficiency of the brakes for optimum safety.

 

 

Accessories for Electric Scooters

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There are so many accessories for electric scooters that can ensure your safety while riding your e-scooter. The Varla Accessories store has great products that will help you keep safe.

 

 

Opt for a front light on your handlebars to make yourself more visible to cars and pedestrians while riding your e-scooter at night.

 

 

Wearing protective gear is one of the most effective ways you can protect your body in the event of an accident. Always wear a helmet, gloves, and elbow and knee pads. Another way to protect your skin is to wear long-sleeved shirts and pants.

 

Read here for the best ride safety tips on electric scooters!

 

 

Safety on Your Varla Electric Scooter

 

 

Varla Eagle One and the new Pegasus have a long-range and is made from heavy-duty materials. Designed with your safety in mind, with duel hydraulic brakes and ABS, rest assured that you can stop safely on your foldable electric scooter for adults.

 

 

Other safety features for both electric scooters include front and rear lights; the frame is made of aluminum alloy and can comfortably hold a rider whose weight exceeds 250lbs. Made for on and off-road riding, you can have an exciting commute every time.

 

 

Don’t let the consequences of not knowing how your electric scooter works cause an accident. Ensure you understand how your electric scooter works to avoid a mechanical mistake or make a judgment error. Protect yourself and the people around you by being a vigilant electric scooter ride. Pay attention to objects around you, pedestrians, and vehicles so everyone remains safe on the road.

 

 

Don’t miss out on getting a Varla Electric scooter and get a free pack of safety gear!

 

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