What happens when you hop onto the fastest-growing electric scooter trend? Your headache and suffering caused by public commuting ends.
Decades and decades of commuting involves different transport methods like cars, bikes, motorcycles, and buses to subways and trains. Did you know that the average daily commute for a typical professional in many western countries can range from 39 to about 97 minutes, one way? Even the shortest commute can get on one’s nerves when one constantly transfers from one mode of transport to another.
Sure, there are a lucky few that have the opportunity to work from home and avoid the irritation of having to commute daily. But this option isn’t available to all. Commuting is not something to smile about. Commuting has become more of an inconvenience than a pleasurable experience, that we must put up with to get on with our day.
The typical urban professional probably deals with several or all of these following hassle as part of his or her daily commute..
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Oh no, those crowds!
Do you enjoy being squeezed together like a sardine against strangers? Platforms can get jam packed when boarding the train or bus, and not getting a seat is almost always expected, especially if it’s rush hour. If you have a long journey to make, the trip can quickly get uncomfortable. Imagine your face is pressed up against the window of a crowded subway train…argh!
Snail-slow traffic always gets you uh-oh, down
Driving a car or taking the bus instead of the train or subway also create their own problem — road congestion. Almost always stuck in traffic, cars move at an average speed of less than 10 mph in most inner-city areas. This happens not just in Australia, but in many part of the world.
Undependable transport causes constant anxiety
If it isn’t the crowds and traffic that’s bad enough, it’s your transport that’s frequently delayed — or worse, doesn’t or fails to arrive. The gamut of reasons for delays seem to be unending — from customer trespassing and weather, to engineering works and transportation strikes, journey delays may well be a part of an Aussie’s everyday life. They can really take their toll on your nerves when they cause frequent disruption on your day, posing unavoidable travel uncertainty.
Time to say no to expensive rides
Taking the bus or an uber may seem cheap for individual trips, but over time, their costs really add up. And even if you are driving your own car, you can’t escape the initial cost of the vehicle, fuel refills, tune up, maintenance costs, parking space fees in an already congested city where you are.
Good thing is that the electric scooter has entered the scene and has become a viable alternative transportation option that is within the reach of most people.
These are the benefits that you’ll get by riding your premium Mearth electric scooter your daily commute —
Imagine your commuting time cut in half! Electric scooters enable you to significantly cut commuting time thanks to their small and compact form, allowing you to whiz past traffic and easily maneuver around pedestrians. This is a great advantage electric scooters, in particular the Mearth brand, have over larger vehicles, which are condemned to follow the pace of all other road vehicles and stay stuck in traffic jams.
In some cities, you are not just limited to travelling on the road, but you can also make use of cycle lanes, which are usually freer and safer.
If completing your entire journey would still need for you to use public transport, then personal e-scooters are also compatible with other forms of transport as they are designed with portability in mind, being both foldable and lightweight enough to be carried. This will no doubt get you there quicker than walking or using public transport alone.
No more upsetting aggravation
Electric scooters can help you scoot your way to a more convenient commute, especially if you own one. Long range electric scooters like the RS Pro from Mearth enable you to travel long distances. If you’re an experienced rider, using Mearth GTS MAX EVO 2023, a heavy-duty electric scooter to climb hills is no sweat.
You have the opportunity of trying out alternative routes, gaining a new sense of freedom, as it is also an excellent way of exploring the city while refreshing your daily commute route. No need to wait for the arrival of a taxi, bus, or train, because your e-scooter will be readily available, whenever you need it.
Another plus is that you don’t need to waste extra time looking for a parking space, as you can fold your scooter and take it up to the office or store it at home, even if you only have a box room. Their portability allows you to take them on public transport if needed, but if you don’t, the single person scooter means you no longer have to share your space with others or get squashed next to a stranger.
Oh yes, they are green, and can go greener
While it is true that there are emissions produced by personal e-scooters during their manufacturing and production stage, they don’t emit pollutants during actual use, as they are electric, thus, they minimize your carbon footprint. Not so with petrol-powered cars and taxis, which are much heavier and take more energy to move (thus emitting larger amounts of CO₂ and other contaminating substances).
And if you are still in doubt as to how much money e-scooters could save you, their portability also means there is no longer any need to pay for parking, resulting in considerable savings for the average user overall.
Riding an electric scooter proves to yield benefits to all users, cities, and our planet. The upgraded electric scooters 2023 from Mearth, namely S Series, RS Series, including the all-new RS Pro 2023, the GTS and GTS MAX EVO Series offer a faster, greener, cheaper, and assuredly reliable way of getting around in urban areas.
By switching to a PMD (personal mobility device) – and happily so, to MEARTH premium electric scooter, you can’t help but be all-smiles on your way to work, confident you are cutting costs, in addition to helping the environment even as you shave time off on your daily commute, arriving at work – cool, not stressed, and relaxed, perspiration-free.