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Which scooter for an Uber or Deliveroo driver?

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The idea for this article came from a discussion with Karim (nothing to do with RimK from 113), an electric scooter delivery driver. If you're an Uber Eats, Deliveroo or other delivery driver, or you're thinking of becoming one, the electric scooter option - or even an electric unicycle for the bravest - is indeed an option.

Why deliver by electric scooter?

First of all, because it's an inexpensive, fast and non-polluting means of transport. But also more comfortable and practical than a bike and just as fast.
Like its more physical version, shall we say, electric scooters emit no carbon dioxide when in use, helping to reduce the carbon footprint compared with truck deliveries.
Electric scooters and electric unicycles can navigate efficiently through dense urban traffic, enabling fast deliveries and greater flexibility than trucks, which can be restricted by traffic jams.
They have lower running costs than scooters and cars, requiring less maintenance, less fuel, and offering a cost-effective solution for delivery services.
Electric scooters can access pedestrian areas and narrow lanes more easily, expanding delivery options where lorries might be restricted.
Finally, unlike deliveries by lorry or car, electric scooters do not generate excessive noise or vibration, reducing noise disturbance in residential areas.

Green220 offers several models of electric scooters suitable for home delivery of parcels or meals.

Kingsong KS-N12 Pro electric scooter

It has a powerful 1000W rear motor coupled to an 858 Wh 59V battery. These special features mean it can reach a top speed of up to 50 km/h on private terrain, with a range of up to 80 kilometres. It has double suspension at the front and spring suspension at the rear for added driving comfort. Safety-wise, it is equipped with a drum brake at the front, a disc brake at the rear as well as, of course, a horn, indicators, front lighting and a rear brake light.

The Teverun Blade-X Pro electric scooter

We're moving upmarket with this model from Teverun, the scooter brand initiated by the founders of the sporty and enduring Dualtron, Minimotors. It features a dual 1200W motor, front and rear, and a 1404 Wh battery, giving it a maximum speed of 75 km/h on private terrain and a range of up to 75 km with a single motor and 60 km with a dual motor. Safety-wise, it has front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, as well as front and rear spring suspension.

The VSETT range of electric scooters

This scooter brand, which puts performance at the heart of its electric scooters, is particularly suited to a home delivery business. VSETT has recently entered the European market. The company, set up a few years ago by Falcon PEV, a Singaporean company and official distributor for brands such as Ninebot, Xiaomi and Etwow, decided to launch its own range of high-performance electric scooters under the VSETT brand. Every aspect, from materials to design to components, has been carefully thought through to offer electric scooters that are both high-performance and innovative.

We offer a range of electric scooters, from the VSETT 9 equipped with a single 650W motor, a 676 Wh battery and the new version of the 5.5-inch multifunction LED colour screen to the ultra-powerful VSETT 11 Plus Lite packing a dual 1500W motor, an 1872 Wh battery for a range of up to 160 kilometres at a maximum speed of 75 km/h.

At Green220, you're bound to find the model that's right for you!
Don't hesitate to contact us so that together we can find the most suitable model, whether in terms of performance or budget.

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