Buyer's Guide

You'll find electric scooters sold by a large number of companies in a variety of places. Electric scooters are sold by companies who are online and local, small and large, reputable and not so reputable. Where's the best place to buy an electric scooter? Good question! Keep reading and we'll do our best to help you find a great place to buy an electric scooter.


Scooter Dealers

Specialty Electric Scooter Dealers - Whether you buy an electric scooter online or in your home town, it's always best to purchase from a reputable electric scooter dealer that specializes in the sale of quality electric scooters. If you have questions before, during or after you buy, the knowledgeable staff at a specialty electric scooter store will have the answers you're looking for. When you buy from an electric scooter dealer who doesn't know squat about electric scooters… you're on your own.

Avoid Questionable Electric Scooter Dealers - Dealers selling their products under questionable circumstances or locations should be avoided. If you have a problem or question after the sale, you'll want to make sure the dealer will be there for you. Also avoid electric scooter dealers who sell off-brand scooters, no brand scooters and clones. Electric scooter dealers willing to sell you junk shouldn't be trusted with your business. Click on the link for a listing of off-brand, no brand and clone scooter styles to avoid.

Electric Scooter sales

Electric Scooter Sales, Discounts, and Buying a Quality Electric Scooter for Cheap - It pays to shop around when buying an electric scooter. There's always a discount, electric scooter sale or low price electric scooter offer to be found. Many online shops offer free shipping! However, it also pays to be careful when looking for an electric scooter sale. Before you buy, make sure the electric scooter dealer is reputable and you're not sacrificing quality or service for the low price discount.


According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, over $300 billion in business will be conducted over the Internet during the first decade of the new millennium. Chances are good that you'll be one of those people making a purchase online soon, if you haven't already. Here are some tips to help ensure that your online shopping experience is a safe and satisfying one:

Location, Location, Location - Ask the company for its physical location (address and phone number) so that you can check on its reliability with outside organizations like the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and consumer agencies.

Check For Reliability - Check a company out with the Better Business Bureau. Also look for a reliability seal from a reputable online consumer protection program such as BBBOnLine (

Customer Service Policies - Check out the company's return and refund policies before you place your order. If an online company can't offer a concrete commitment on how they will handle potential problems, reconsider doing business with them.

Protect Your Passwords - Never give out your Internet password. When creating a password, avoid using common numbers, like your birth date, house number, telephone or Social Security numbers. If a website asks you to create a password protected account, never use the same password you use to access other accounts or websites.

Guard Your Personal Information - Only give credit card information or your Social Security number online in a secure environment. Look for the prefix “https://” in the URL (Uniform Resource Locator box) which lists the company's web address to be certain a website is secure. Also, look for the padlock in the bottom right-hand corner of your browser status bar at the time of purchase. This means that information being sent between your Web Browser and the Web Server you are connected to on the Internet is safe from being tampered with. A third item to look for is a certification symbol from a reputable secure website certification authority like Thawte. These certification symbols are secure images that appear on a website that allow visitors to tell at a glance that their information will be securely transmitted.

Keep a Paper Trail - Print out the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of the company website you are on. The URL will indicate you are buying from the right company. It's also a good idea to print a copy of your confirmation number and order receipt for your records.

Protect Your Privacy - Review the company's privacy policy. You leave cyber “footprints” where ever you go online. This allows sophisticated merchants to collect data about your interests and buying habits. Choose company's who are approved to participate in the BBBOnLine Privacy Program or a program by a similar reputable privacy advocacy group. These companies must post online privacy policies that meet rigorous privacy standards. They open themselves up to review and monitoring and agree to participate in consumer dispute resolution.

Leave Nothing to Chance - Make sure you understand everything involved before placing an order. Be clear about the price and any shipping charges. Understand the terms of all product and service guarantees. Find out how long it will take to receive your order.


This is an example of a module published to the right position. There are also left, insets, rows, etc. positions and many others, be sure to read the full description. This is the default style that will appear for most module positions in the white body area.

Dynamic Colors

To use a dynamic color for a module title simply enter any hex color code along with any module class suffix you would like use into the module class field of any module:

-dark 058B0F
-transparent_dark D69E16
-no_padding A81111

You must enter the suffix exactly as shown with a space after the suffix. If you are not using a class suffix simply enter the hex color only. This can be applied to any module class above.

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This is the -dark module style and can be applied to most most module positions.

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