Nowadays, people are willing to drive a car if it is a long-distance travel. When it comes to the short-distance travel, some people may choose bicycle, while some others prefer to walk. Actually, it makes people fatigued to ride a bicycle for a long time and bicycle parking is also a problem. That is to say, there is a gap between driving a car and walking. The advent of Fosjoas electric scooters just fills up such a gap and they will lead the future trend in transport sector.
Compared with riding a bicycle, riding Fosjoas electric scooters is not only effortless, but also an enjoyment. It is because Fosjoas electric scooters rely on aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system to realize self-balancing. It means riders can control the electric scooters by changing their body gravities. For example, if they want to speed up, just lean body forward. If they want to turn left, just turn body left. The Japan-made SONY or Panasonic lithium-ion batteries are adopted by Fosjoas electric scooters. On the one hand, the lithium-ion battery service life is much longer than ordinary ones. On the other hand, the bigger battery capacity paves the way for longer range. According to the practical test, the maximum range of Fosjoas electric scooters is ranging from 23km to 50km, which can cover different short-distance travel requirements. Consumers can select an ideal electric scooter type in accordance with their own need.
Automobile is driven by gasoline and bicycle is driven by physical strength. However, Fosjoas electric scooters are driven by electricity. It is well-known that electricity is emission-free and thus it caters for the environmental-friendly concept. Recently, electricity is even applied to some automobiles. All in all, Fosjoas intelligent self-balancing scooters will lead the green travel.
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