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Why Mearth electric scooters are the future of transportation

Among the inventions and innovations that are shaping the 21st century, electronics and data are at the forefront of discoveries, making our lives easier and manageable.

Alongside, another type of technology is slowly shaping the transportation sector. In less than a decade, electric scooter technology has evolved, undergoing exciting enhancements which have actively changed the perception of the people regarding mobility and the way they will benefit from it as they move about in the cities. 

Electric scooters are not a fad or trend. They’re no longer presumed to be mere toys for the big boys. These micro-mobile devices have gained value and good repute for being functional, far from it, just for fun and leisure.

And the reason is pretty obvious: convenience.

Indeed, electric scooters have arrived, with MEARTH gaining top-of-mind recall as a premium, practical and convenient way of commuting and traveling — within the city, its outskirts, up and down the hill, moving on from one city to the next, easy as a breeze.  

In Australia, the popularity of MEARTH Australian-made electric scooters helped create a steady, growing demand from commuters. Convenient, practical, easy to use and navigate, it is undoubtedly an efficient, time-saving mode of transport that many have quite fallen in love with. The upshot is that e-scooters have become a lucrative and highly in-demand, multi-million-dollar industry.

With the upswing in demand for affordable electric scooters yet fast and efficient transport machines, it is a win-win scenario. By all signs, the latest MEARTH GTS electric scooters, it is believed to be the leading edge invention, riding on the wave of the future of transportation in cities, globally.

The high-performing electric scooters serve their purpose, and then some more. 

One irrefutable reason in particular why electric scooters have earned an enviable place among 21st-century ‘inno-ventions’ is the convenience it provides to commuters.  From there, practicality comes next. It’s fast, and easy to use,  where the beginner can easily navigate and maneuver the MEARTH S electric scooter which is a basic model, with care, to the rider’s intended destination. Add to the winsome features are the compactness, portability, foldability, and lightweight features. 

It is eco-friendly too. Pioneering in its eco-friendly efforts, MEARTH contributes by saving up to 330 tons of carbon emissions in a city, in a year. With this, opting for an electric scooter is a good way to reduce your carbon footprint.

MEARTH electric scooters also yield low maintenance costs. So, there’s good value for your money here. Add to that the space-saving benefits of its portable, compact electric scooters. It only takes a minute to fold, carry and tuck away under the table. You can park it in any corner of the house.  

When one gets down to comparing, the MEARTH electric scooter is cheaper than riding a taxi, or a public transportation fare cumulatively.

Electric scooter riders enjoy the liberating perks of bypassing traffic and congestion, pollution build-up, and getting to their destination faster, collected, and without hassle.

With population thickening in cities all over the world and thoroughfare congestion overwhelming, electric scooters will become the preferred convenient means for commuters to get around town and cities.

Expect that before the year ends, as the global economy opens up, the electric scooter is poised to take the streets, including the bicycle lanes, of major cities across the globe.

One report predicted that the global electric scooter market will reach $644.5 billion by 2028 as it will likely fill the gap unmet by public and private transportation. 

If you’re deliberating as to what will be the future of electric scooters, it sounds good and looks good, as well. Micro-mobility, referring to the lightweight electric scooter, might very well be the ‘savvy and suave king of the road,’  taking over bulky transportation on cities’ streets.