The Razor E300 Electric Scooter is designed for people age 12 and over. It goes up to 15 mph and has extra wide 10 inch tires, with a hand-operated rear brake. In comparison, the E200 model has 8 inch tires, and goes 12 mph. To make it go, use the twist-grip throttle, which has variable speed acceleration. The quiet, chain driven motor will zip you there in style. One charge gives you 45 minutes of drive time. Charging time is 8 hours, and it comes with two 12-volt sealed lead acid batteries for convenience.
When you reach your destination, you can fold it up using its folding handlebar system. The E300 Electric Scooter is 41 inches long, 17 inches wide, and 42 inches tall and weighs 52 pounds.
The Razor E300 Electric Scooter requires some assembly, but it is reportedly easy to do. After one charge, you’ll get around 45 minutes driving time. The Razor E300 works best on relatively flat surfaces. Steep climbs will drain the motor faster. While the E300 is designed for riders 12 and over, it is quite popular among adults and college students. It is designed to carry up to 220 lbs, though some adults say that it slows considerably at weights lower than that.
The owner and riders of the Razor E300 Electric Scooter must ride responsibly, and need to know all the local, state, and federal laws pertaining to use of electric scooters. It should not be ridden by children under age 12, or by people who weigh over 220 lbs. Riders should check tire inflation periodically, and should always wear a helmet, knee pads, and wrist pads.