Question by Arcane: Do I need a license to ride a kid’s electric scooter?
I am 13 years old and I need a vehicle for transportation.
I bought a electric scooter that looks kinda like a goped but it’s all electric.
It’s and EZip E450 electric scooter.
It’s goes about 12 mph max.
I live in southwest Kansas.
Do I need a license to ride it and is it legal to ride it on the rode and on the sidewalk?
Answer by Benjamin Based on your engine type, I would say that it’s safe to stick to the sidewalk–definitely not the road. But hey, I don’t live in Kansas.
Boasting a high-torque, ultra-quiet chain-driven motor, and a handy twist-grip throttle
High-performance motor with speeds up to 15mph
Powered by a long lasting rechargeable 24V Seal battery system
Features a hand operated rear brake, spring loaded kickstand, extra wide 10-inch pneumatic tires, and a removable ridding seat
Super-sized deck and frame for riders of all sizes
Get around with the most powerful and coolest electric scooter by Razor. The Razor E300s Seated Electric Scooter includes everything that parents and teens have loved in the past with new matte gray styling. Featuring a comfortable padded seat post, that is easily removable for stand-up riding. Boasting a super high-torque, ultra-quiet single speed chain-driven motor, and a handy twist-grip throttle, the E300s is the perfect device for teens or adults wanting to run errands or zip around the neighborhood. Unlike Razor's E100 scooters, whose motor requires a small manual kickoff, E300s starts off from a standing position. Once on the move, its ultra-powerful 300 watt electric motor ramps up to 15 miles per hour-fast enough to have fun, but not fast enough to be a menace on the street or sidewalk. and thanks to the long-lasting 24 volt rechargeable battery system, which takes about twelve hours to fully charge, riders can cruise for up to 40 minutes of continuous use. Other details include a retractable kickstand, a hand-operated front brake, and a pair of extra wide 10-inch pneumatic tires to ensure a smooth ride while you zip around the neighborhood. The E300s is recommended for ages 13 and older and offers a maximum weight capacity of 220 pounds. Scooter includes with a UL Approved battery charger, and all the tools needed for its light assembly, and is backed by a 90-day warranty. Assembled E300s measures 41'' x 17'' x 42'' (L x W x H) and weighs 52 pounds. The buyer and rider of the E300s scooter are responsible for knowing and obeying all local, state, and federal regulations regarding the riding and use of scooters. Razor offers a range of electric scooters for ages eight to adult (E100, E200 and E300)-just match your age and weight to find your power ride.
Those who spent (or are spending) their formative years watching Kermit and Miss Piggy dance their special interspecies dance will revel in this spectacular, positively historic new Muppets CD, released just in time for the 25th anniversary of Jim Henson's The Muppet Show. A 20-page insert booklet, complete with color photos, details the fascinating history of Muppet music. Remember when Sesame Street's rendition of Jeff Moss's "Rubber Duckie" hit the kiddie pop charts? This 27-song CD harvests favorite and lesser-known recordings from feature films and from the original The Muppet Show, stringing songs ranging from Piero Umiliani's "Mahna Mahna" to Tony Burrello's "There's a New Sound" (the sound that's made by worms) together with skits and grand pronouncements and goofy sound effects like an old-time vaudeville show. A stunning variety of musical styles are showcased in this witty, wonderful collection that reminds us that a world without Fozzie Bear and Gonzo and Kermit and Miss Piggy would be less fuzzy indeed. --Karin Snelson
The award-winning design, quality materials and durable construction make the Mini an excellent scooter for young children.
The unique lean-to-steer mechanism teaches children balance and coordination.
The quality wheels are exceptionally smooth-gliding and quiet.
The 3-wheels and low-to-the-ground deck add stability so that even the youngest children can learn intuitively to ride the Mini
Mini Micro = Mini Kick - they are the same product, made by Micro-Mobility, Switzerland
Kickboard USA is the official distributor for Micro-Moblity, Switzerland, makers of the Mini Kick for kids ages 2-5, the Maxi Kick for kids ages 5-10, and a full line of quality scooters for teens and adults.
The Mini Kick is the quality choice in children's scooters, representing the best in sports technology. The Mini has won several awards - in 2011 the Mini was awarded the Parent's Choice Approved Seal and in 2009 it won the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold and Platinum Award Seals for Best Toy. The Mini also was named 'Best Pre-School Scooter' by Toy Report, 'Best Outdoor Toy' by Learning Express Stores and was featured on the NBC Today Show as part of its 'Best Toys for Summer' series.
What makes the Mini unique is its quality construction and 'lean-and-steer' design, which allows children to use their body weight to control the steering, giving them the feeling of 'surfing' the sidewalk, as they curve from right to left, almost like a skateboard. The lean-and-steer adds an element of stability and fun, and is great for learning balance and coordination.
The Mini's Italian-made wheels provide an incredibly smooth, quiet ride, a joy for parents and children alike. Its 3 wheels make it easy for even the youngest kids to ride. The youngest kids (ages 2 and 3) will normally start by riding in a straight line but learn quite quickly, almost intuitively, to gently lean, in order to steer. The older kids (ages 4 and 5) become very proficient at curving right and left as they 'surf' the sidewalk. The spoon brake adds to the safety and to the fun. The Mini can be ridden inside while learning as the PU wheels won't leave black marks on the floor.
The mini's light weight (only 3.3 lbs), makes it easy for young kids to handle and for parents to pick up and carry when need be.
Parents love the Mini Kick because children can ride it year after year and its modular construction means all parts are replaceable, so it can last, virtually forever.