Fast Cars: Compared & Tested: 4 Different Ride Sharing E-Scooters – Which Is Best and Worst!

Fast Cars: Compared & Tested: 4 Different Ride Sharing E-Scooters – Which Is Best and Worst!

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34 Replies to “Fast Cars: Compared & Tested: 4 Different Ride Sharing E-Scooters – Which Is Best and Worst!”

  1. I don't know if you already figured out or not, but the "sticky" throttle is because of the rubber handle grip is too tightly pressed on. If you move it with just a tiny bit, the throttle will move freely.

  2. WHAT IS IT WITH USA, IF YOU DONT WEAR A HELMET AND HURT YOURSELF, ITTS SOMEONE ELSES FAULT? OR IF YOU PULL THE THROTTLE AND SCOOTER MOVES, ITS SOMEONE ELSE? OR THAT DUMB YOU CANNOT RIDE ONE, YET GO AND RIDE ONE AND FALL OFF, it's NOT THEIR FAULT,

  3. very dangerous considering the breaking distance. it's more dangerous for pedestrians than for the rider. They really need to improve the breaks or otherwise the city would definitely ban them

  4. Be wary of Bolt scooters. They won't let you end your ride if their GPS thinks you're not in a good place, but GPS just isn't that precise and it's a hassle all around.

  5. "ubiquitous" ???? u speak with great "ubiquity"
    U SHUDDA SAID "WE'RE WEARING GOOFY HELMETS BECAUSE WE'RE GOOFY"
    i grew up in a world of UNAFRAID kids & we NEVER wore a helmet. i rode motorcycles all my life w/o a helmet.
    now people are even wearing "walking helmets" can't we SEE WE R SCARED OF EVERYTHING

  6. I decided to go with a scooter with full suspension, front and rear brakes, and a top speed much faster than these (25mph). Check out the Zero 9.

  7. Ha, I wasn't expecting to see Denver here!! I used to commute on that bike trail along the river every day! Although my favorite was the Lyft scooters, I never had a good experience on the Limes. Since this video, both Bird, Lyft, and newcomer Spin have moved to variants of the Segway-Ninebot model you showed here, as apparently Xiaomi (who made the previous Bird and Lyft scooters) didn't want them using their scooters for ridesharing. I honestly like the Segway models even more, though. While I do miss the cushiony tires of the Xiaomi models, the Segway-Ninebot ones are better performers all-around, and when the companies don't cover them with control boxes (Spin doesn't), there is in fact a speedometer.
    Since I commute on one every day (from the RiNo area now instead of from the RTD station at Decatur), I ended up ordering a Segway-Ninebot ES4—the highest-end model in that family—for myself. It arrives in a few days, and apparently I'm passing the time by watching videos about more scooters… and knowing way too much about them, apparently. LOL

  8. The Bird & lift e-scooters is made by Xiaomi & its originally a Xiaomi m365 e-scooter & I have one for personal commuting, and I'd say it is the best E-scooter there so far, in terms of performance & reliability, until the boosted Rev & The Ninebot Kickscooter MAX is out in the market next month (July).

  9. As a Denver resident I find your review pretty comical. I live downtown by the Platte River Trail where you recorded this and use these scooters daily. Ask anyone who uses them a lot and the Lime is the WORST scooter by a wide margin. The really tall and heavy stem you makes it the worst handling scooter by such a wide margin that I often prefer to walk if I can’t find a Bird/Lyft/Spin scooter. I haven’t met anyone who has ridden both who will get on a Lime when there are other options.

  10. The first Bird scooter (and Lyft) is an M365 by Xiaomi. It has a disk brake on the back *and* an electronic brake on the front wheel, they are both activated when you pull the brake lever.
    I'm not sure why the stopping distance was so bad it should be about half that. I guess they are not being maintained well, so the disk brake isn't working as it should be.
    The second Bird is also made by Xiaomi as they own Segway, it's a cheaper model.

  11. People of all the world watch this videos, use the international unit system, not that obsolete one of inches!, Nobody outside the USA (except for England) uses that obsolete system!!!

  12. Most of these scooters are truly unpractical for the utilisation of commuting…
    Road and pavements are quite an atrocious experience with potholes/uneven pavement slaps/sudden ditches/drain holes/massive cracks, just the general level and balance is offset for these redundant designs…

    This informs me the types of humanoids who design these technologies are indeed imposters and not the original architects…

    Fraudsters never understand the genuine mechanism behind the effort, as it is not the designer who
    utilised it.
    In actuality scooters for universal commuting need a wheel base no less than 6" not the 2/3" it used by these marshmallow redundant smurfs!

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