The electric scooters of the brand Zero are amazing. Not only in their designs but also in their technical capabilities. Although you might buy a Zero 8 for just regular cruising, a 10X for longer rides or shred hard with the Zero 11x to go off the beaten path. you […]
You recently bough a Zero Scooter and are driving around on the safe 25km/h mode but want more? No problem. Most Zero Electric Scooters can go way faster than the default 25km/h, of course going faster means that you can get into way more trouble*. Moving the speed limit is […]
We don’t recommend riding directly on the snow, however if roads are properly maintained, you can ride in winter. Keep in mind that your Apollo scooter is “splash-resistant” and not “water-proof”, therefore prolonged exposure to snow is not recommended. Secondly, your battery’s ability to hold charge will be affected by […]
All of the Apollo Pro scooters are IP54 splash resistant. This translates into withstanding light rain and riding on wet surfaces, but we recommend avoiding riding in heavy rainfall. If you plan on using your scooter in rainy climate, consider adding waterproofing to your purchase.
Some (almost every) Onewheel out there makes a short grinding noice when you start to accelerate. For as far as we know this is completely normal and is called the governor of the Onewheel. If the sound persists or keeps on grinding if you go faster than 4-5 kilometers per […]
Germany legalised electric scooters and other LEV’s back in 2019 but the German government added a lot of requirements to the vehicle to be allowed on the public road. Your electric scooter or LEV need to accommodate the following pre-requisites Steering and holding rod Maximum 70 centimetres wide, 1.40 metres […]
Prior to purchasing any Boosted product, we highly recommend that you research your local regulations and country-specific laws. Ultimately, you are responsible for complying with all applicable laws and regulations, and Boosted waives all liability relating to your use of Boosted products. Optimal Operating Environment Temperature: 40°F – 122°F / […]
That depends on the terrain and usage but in normal circumstances you will be able to ride about 50 kilometers per full tank.
No, the DTV Shredder is not able to ride in reverse. You can however make a 360 and drive the opposite direction.
The engine of the DTV Shredder puts out about 14 horsepower which results in about 15fl.lb of torque.