Articles about Electric Scooters

Their users should also have driver’s licenses
Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante stands firm on his recommendation to the Department of Transportation (DOTr) that all electric scooters, kick scooters, and bicycles capable of doing more than 25kph must be registered with the agency. This is despite DOTr
No car, no problem
You already know where to buy bicycles, e-bikes, and even three-wheelers. If you're still not confident about your biking skills, you might want to consider getting a kick scooter (read: the ones that you stand on) instead. Kick scooters
Its digital key-sharing system allows friends to use the unit
Now that we've found out we have a throng of readers checking out our e-motorbike features, well, here's another one for you guys: Unu, a German brand producing small yet stylish scooters, has come up with a second-generation
He used it to accept his sixth straight MVP award
Only June Mar Fajardo can roll into the Smart Araneta Coliseum on an electric scooter to receive his sixth straight MVP plum.Upon entering the court, there was a pair of crutches waiting for him. But he just kept rollin', rollin', rollin'.
Want to see this in the Philippines?
Remember the Honda Benly e business-use electric scooters unveiled at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show? Well, those weren't just concepts. The stylish, practical two-wheelers are production models, and they're set to go on sale in Japan in April
The brand continues to take steps toward the future of urban mobility
If you follow our Moto Sapiens sectopm regularly, then you've probably read our previous story on Yamaha's newest models to be unveiled at this year's Tokyo Motor Show. You would then know that the Japanese motorcycle maker has revealed
A tastefully designed electric scooter with loads of high-tech features
The future is here. At least, that's what Ecooter is broadcasting. The company hailing from Henan, China, introduced its new E2 series to the Philippine public just last month. These futuristic electric scooters are certainly eye-catching, but as with all
The carmaker says it could be integrated with future Hyundai and Kia models
We're starting to see more clearly what the future of mobility might look like: hybrid engines, fully-electric vehicles (EVs), and self-driving cars. In this regard, it seems like a lot of carmakers have been slowly taking a step in
These cute two-wheelers have a range of 80-140km per charge
Monsoon rains came but failed to ruin the parade. The parade in question was the launch event of Ecooter Philippines at Bonifacio High Street on August 3, 2019. This electric scooter brand, which dubs itself as the 'sports car of all electric
The result was not surprising at all
The traffic in Metro Manila is getting worse by the day. As much as we love four-wheeled vehicles, we can't deny that cars are largely to blame for the gridlock. And the more time we spend stuck in bumper-to-
The company is launching three new models in the coming months
Launched early last year, Ecooter Philippines wants to be a leading electric-scooter brand in the Philippines.The Chinese brand under Da Yang Motors has worldwide distribution that spans 23 countries, including heavyweight Asian and European markets like Thailand, Vietnam, France, and
The future of PH mobility starts in this third-class municipality
Imagine a place with no shopping malls, no movie houses, no air-conditioned buses, no five-star hotels, no fast-food chains, and no theme parks. We bet you'd have second thoughts about staying in such a place, especially for a
Demonstration testing for portable power packs has begun
Honda is once again showing its commitment to the preservation of the environment by investing big time in a renewable-energy project that will benefit thousands of residents in Romblon.Residents of Romblon, a province located in the Southwestern Tagalog region (MIMAROPA),
‘There’s no way to go but electric’
Taiwanese scooter builder Kymco has revealed plans to build a modern scooter manufacturing plant somewhere in Batangas, which will involve huge investments ranging anywhere from $12 million (P650 million) to $18 million (P972 million).Reports say Kymco Philippines has started conducting a
And the Philippine market is not exempted
Kymco group chairman Allen Ko believes the era of gasoline-fed motorcycles is going the way of the dinosaurs soon. Ko is not playing Nostradamus but merely stating facts based on the current electric bikes trend."I would say it (e-bike)
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