I don’t know if you feel the same but I sometimes get bored of grabbing an Uber or catching public transportation when I’m in a new city. Luckily, have some pretty amazing scooters on the market which can completely revolutionise the way we travel the world.
These guys have all kinds of scooters, including electric scooters, dirt scooters, stunt scooters, and more. Personally, I like the idea of their leisure scooters and the scooters which are designed specifically for commuting.
Many of these scooters can fold up, making them easy to pack and take with you on your next trip. They’re also easy to carry on public transport, and you can then get off a few stops early and use your scooter to see more of the city.
Often when we’re travelling, we miss out on seeing some of the best that many cities have to offer. We end up below ground on the subway, or only catching a glimpse of those cute cafes and interesting local shops from the window of our taxis.
However, many people can find that they don’t have the stamina for walking all day every day. That’s where scooters come in. They’re faster than walking, but almost as portable, meaning you can zip through areas where there isn’t a lot going on, and meander through neighborhoods that you’d like to explore.
I personally found that many Europeans are already using scooters, and while some towns have cobbled streets, many large European cities have nice, wide, smooth sidewalks which can fit you and your scooter along with everyone else.
Another reason why I like the idea of taking a scooter on my next trip? They save you money. Using public transport and taxis all the time can take a huge bite out of your travel budget. That’s money that could instead be used buying souvenirs, eating delicious food, or buying some great new clothes.
It’s also important to exercise while you’re travelling. I personally find that while I usually have great intentions (“I’m going to visit a gym in every city I travel to”), I’m terrible at following through. I would much rather be out exploring a new city than working out. Unfortunately, like many people, I also tend to go a bit crazy with my eating when I’m in a new city. How are you going to pass up gelato and pizza in Italy or croissants in Paris?!
Using a scooter is a great way to burn some serious calories while you’re travelling. You’ll be able to order dessert without worrying if you’ll be able to button your jeans at the end of your trip, since you’re continually on the move all day.
Have you used a scooter while travelling before? Let me know in the comments below.