Great Scott - There Are Electric Scooters For Kids!
Growing up, many of us had or have seen used, those small vehicle replicas that allowed a kid to drive around pretending to be a licensed driver. The limitations of this technology are easily spotted as you get older, so it's pretty much aged. Today's technologies are getting to the point where kids are getting some of the same cool "toys" we adults are privy to but of course, with less power.
Electric scooters for kids have come a long way as well. Scooters of the electric and two wheel variety have been around for over 10 years now, but until lately they weren't themed and were actually "powered" for older kids. The scooters that kids are riding now are gas powered or battery powered, although the gas variety is limited to kids 16 and over and in some states 18 and older for safety reasons.
The battery powered variety is great as it tends to limit how long they can use it, thus how far away our children can play and run off. These scooters are also pretty powerful and can go several miles on a single charge. They can take hills like a champ and kids can even get accessories to put their books, backpacks and other items into, that normally would break their back walking home from school. A basket is one idea, a slightly longer front space that is designed to hold books is another option.
You can purchase these scooters from just about anywhere now, they are as prevalent as bikes once were. Some places that carry them are Pep Boys, Kmart, Toys R Us, Wal*mart, and even at the manufacturers' own stores in some cases. They are usually aged (marked by age) and designed for different ages, i.e. less power and more safety features for younger ages than the ones designed for 16 years and older.
It really is a cool thing to be a kid in this day and age! The toys today are what used to be adult toys and can be very expensive. Companies have miniaturized and down-powered these models for kids and now our children can play in fast forward and get to school faster (less chance of being kidnapped or stalked walking home).
You should probably try Toys R Us first if your children are under 13. They have a lot of kids models that are safe. If your kids are older they have more powerful, larger models but you may want to try the Pepboys variety (or sharper image is a great place for the adult and teenager (13+) variety. Do your homework before shopping.
Know what the average price is and see if you can save money purchasing it online. You can do this by first going to the store to see it in person, then order it cheaper online - EVEN FROM THE SAME STORE. That's because stores are trying hard to get you to shop online so they offer coupon codes and other offers on the site. Many stores also will sell it to you online and then ship it to their local store where you can pick it up with NO shipping charge - but still with the savings!
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