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Meet the E-Max 110s, a scooter which is now on sale in Western European markets. The EV scooter, which can be recharged at any home power outlet, has the same power and performance as a regular 50cc scooter. Using 13' wheels and silicone batteries, it's got a range of about 90 km (60 miles) and a maximum speed of 45 km/h (30mph), which means it can be driven without a license.

Our good friend Steve from The Scooter Scoop has found himself swamped with news of electric scooters over the past few weeks, so his last few posts have all been on that subject. Of course, scooters already are savers of gas, but as many of you probably already know, they often pollute more than cars. The good news is that for the same reason that scooters save on gas (light weight, smaller engines) they also save on electricity when using electron power instead of dead dinos. So, take a look h

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