Riding an e-skateboard is an enjoyable & cool thing whether riding to work or just for fun. However, one of the problems with long time riding of the board is that the wheels wear out.
Over the past few decades, we have known the damage that fuel-guzzling cars do to your wallet and the environment. For sustainable urban transport, we can replace the car with e-skateboards.
Electric skateboard is a regular skateboard with motors. While a regular board can't go up hills, have you ever thought about e-skateboards? How about the e-skateboard? Can electric skateboards go uphill?
Check out Youtuber Scott Davies from Australia’s review on Teamgee H20T - this sneak peak of the next board, an upgraded version of H20. Let’s explore the magic of H20T.
Rainy days are always annoying. The rain makes it inconvenient or even impossible to get out and about. "I was planning to ride my e-skateboard to work as usual, but it rained."
When you ride an electric scooter on the road, the wheels are the only part that touches the ground, so they are prone to wear and tear, especially on uneven surfaces.