Facilitating Green EV Initiatives from the First to the Last Mile with KickScooters, Powered by Segway

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Nov 20 2019

You care about our planet and are invested in its preservation for generations to come. Like other smart, eco-conscious people, you’re taking positive steps forward in greener living and going that extra mile to reduce greenhouse emissions by driving an electric vehicle (EV). It’s a clean, ecologically-friendly method of commuting back and forth to work. Yet, it still needs a charge now and then.

 

With a typical EV (60kWh battery) taking just under 8 hours to charge from empty-to-full, the most convenient time to do this would be while you’re at work. But how do you get from the EV charging station to your office, and then back to your car again at the day’s end? You’re either looking at a long walk during possibly inhospitable weather, at frittering your hard-earned pay on a rideshare option, or crowding in with countless others on the nearest public transportation.

 

But what if there was a better way to take on that last mile?

 

There is: the Kickscooter, Powered by Segway!

 

Furthering your green initiatives, the KickScooter fits easily into your EV’s trunk, enabling you to slip into the charging station, plug in your car, unfold your scooter, and zip right up to the front door of your office. Lightweight and compact, the KickScooter collapses with one click, making it easy to carry and stow under your desk. At quitting time, simply unfold, hop on, zoom back to the charging station, and your EV is ready for the trip home. Better still, some EV stations can actually rent out scooters for those days when you forget yours at home.

 

A clean, green and fun Kickscooter Powered by Segway supports EV drivers, driving green initiatives from the first mile to the last mile.


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You care about our planet and are invested in its preservation for generations to come. Like other smart, eco-conscious people, you’re taking positive steps forward in greener living and going that extra mile to reduce greenhouse emissions by driving an electric vehicle (EV). It’s a clean, ecologically-friendly method of commuting back and forth to work. Yet, it still needs a charge now and then.

 

With a typical EV (60kWh battery) taking just under