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Driving is good, driving equipped is better!

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While February 29 is the 60th day of a leap year on the Gregorian calendar, it's also the last day of winter in France. And if last week we talked about maintaining our favorite electric vehicles in anticipation of spring, today let's talk about driver's equipment!

Mandatory equipment on a scooter

  • A reflective (yellow) vest:we say yellow, but if you prefer pink or green it's no bother. It's compulsory, for everyone, whenever visibility is low or nil. If you're riding at night or in the dark, think about it
  • A horn: note: this must be audible at least 50 meters away
  • Front and rear lights: they must be yellow or white at the front and red at the rear. In addition, reflectors must be present at the front and rear

Useful and recommended equipment

  • The helmet:eh yes if this one isn't compulsory, we can only strongly advise it. This way, you'll be better protected in the event of a fall, reducing the risk of head trauma.
  • Protective gear: as with helmets, we can only suggest that you equip yourself with protective gear such as elbow pads, knee pads and gloves. Very practical for avoiding potential fractures
  • An anti-puncture spray:Very practical in the event of a puncture, so you don't have to finish the journey on foot, pushing your racer
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  • A multi-function tool:Sometimes supplied with your electric scooter, it will enable you to be able to tighten nuts and other fasteners
  • A rain gear: We don't know about you, but for us it (somewhat) (often) is. I'm talking about the rain! Rain pants will come in handy, as will a poncho so you don't arrive drenched.

As a reminder, all our electric scooters are in legal compliance with the EDPM law: if you'd like to take advantage of our offers on Teverun or Vsett, don't hesitate any longer

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