Work card parking

Some people have to pay for a parking pass to park in their workplace. This is common in cities across the country, hoverboard seat, in places like New York City. These passes cost up to $2.50 an hour. For a standard 40-hour workweek, that's another $100 per week.

Because the electric scooter is easy to carry and store. So you don't have to worry about it.

Case Study: Calculated Savings

In the next section, you'll learn how to calculate these values ​​yourself. In the meantime, we'll show you the math we promised earlier.

Here's a case study that highlights our calculated savings for riding an electric scooter instead of a gas-powered ride.

Price per charge

The average price per kilowatt-hour (kWh) is $0.13 in the United States . This is a measure of the energy used to charge your electric scooter at home. In other words, this is the price you pay to charge your electric scooter.

We start with the Turboant X7 Pro scooter, an affordable electric scooter. According to the production specs, there are 36V, 10Ah batteries that are volts and amp-hours, talking more electricity. If you multiply the two together You get watt-hours. This might seem familiar from the previous paragraph, hoverboards, yes – divide by thousands and you get kWh.

36 times 10 divided by 1000 is 0.36 kWh. What does this mean? That's the energy that goes into fully charging your battery.

So grab this number and multiply it by the average kWh in your home. 0.36 kWh times $0.13/kWh is $0.0468 for a fully charged battery.

For simplicity, that's 4.7 cents to fully charge your battery. Go to the gas station for 4.7 cents and see how much gas you can get!

Price per mile for electric scooters.

Let's take that 4.7 cents and break it down a bit further. After all, that's the price for a full charge – what's the price per mile?

The same Turboant X7 Pro electric scooter offers 15.2 miles of real-world driving range. Note: This is based on our study, which we'll elaborate on later.

Take that 4.7 cents and divide by 152 miles. You'll be priced per mile, in this case $0.00308/mile. That's 0.3 cents per mile! 3 cents for 10 miles, 30 cents for 100 miles, 3 dollars for 1,000 miles – however, you'd say it's a very small price to pay.

Price per mile in a gas-powered vehicle.

Now we need to find your price per mile in a regular car. You'll have a better idea of ​​these numbers based on your usage, cars, segway for sale, and local gas prices. We use the mean for our math.

AAA says the average price of gas per gallon is $2.16 (as of December 2020). The EPA says the average miles per gallon (mpg) of a car sold in the United States is 25.1 mpg.

to get the price per mile We just need to use these two values. Divide price per gallon by miles per gallon $2.16/gallon / 25.1 miles/gallon = $0.086/mile.