URB-E Electric Commuter Scooter

Oct 30, 2014

Category: Rides

“The last mile” sounds like something a death row inmate embarks on, or when you’re at 7 mile and getting close to Eminem’s old neighborhood. But no, in this case it’s neither, as the last mile refers to the amount of distance that you have to go from your bus or train stop to your home. URB-E, the last mile electric commuter scooter, solves that problem.

Billed as “the world’s most compact electric vehicle,” this little guy has a 15-mile range on a single charge, a top speed of 15 mph, and the very convenient ability to fold up and fit next to you on the subway or bus. There’s an integrated luggage rack, shock absorbing seat, led lighting, and replaceable color sleeve inserts for when you’re feeling creative. You can also choose a three-wheel trike version for a more stables ride. [Purchase]

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