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ARE ELECTRIC SKATEBOARDS LEGAL WHERE YOU LIVE?

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It doesn’t matter where you ride, the answer about whether electric skateboarding is legal starts with “No, but…” and in a few occasions (California, Denmark, Norway, Belgium) the answer is “Yes”. In spite of this, the electric skateboard industry is growing fast, with new models and technologies being launched every few weeks.However, for quite some time electric skateboards riders have been unsure about their countries’ legislation. What needs to be done to create more clarity?

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MAINTENANCE TIPS AND TRICKS FOR YOUR ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD

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Winter is not over yet in most places and as snow, rain and freezing temperatures aren’t every rider’s cup of tea, many take a break from eskating. We want to make sure your Meepo Board will function for years to come and run as smooth as possible once you start riding again. In this blog post, we want to provide you with some tips and tricks for maintenance of your electric skateboard.

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COOL AND FUN ELECTRIC SKATEBOARDS: A REVOLUTION IN TRANSPORTATION

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For me, the commute to work was something I dreaded doing every day and probably the worst part of my day. Sitting in a car stuck in traffic, or jammed into a train with a bunch of sweaty people, like sardines in a can is simply not what I wanted to be doing with my time, let alone for over an hour each day. Longer commutes are associated with lower rates of well-being and the average American spends 25.4 minutes commuting, with Los Angeles, Boston and Atlanta having some commutes that last over 90 minutes! This transportation structure isn’t sustainable, and it is taking a toll on our mental well-being.

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BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO ELECTRIC SKATEBOARDING

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Electric skateboards work like a skateboard with an engine and remote control. Like any remote-controlled product, electric skateboards have an electric motor that propels the skateboard forward, powered by a battery under the deck and either hub wheel motors or a belt motor. The remote control, which the rider holds, once activated by the user, tells the skateboard what to do in the same way you use a remote control to give orders to a radio-controlled car. Think of an electric skateboard as a very large remote-controlled car. Electric bikes and scooters work differently than an electric skateboard because they are not remote-controlled.

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ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD ACCESSORIES: WHAT SHOULD I BUY WITH MY BOARD?

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Are you planning to ride an electric skateboard to work? Save yourself the headache of losing chargers, leaving chargers at work or home by purchasing two electric skateboard chargers. Leave one at home and one at work - game changer! If you regularly commute and need to charge at work, we recommend purchasing an additional charger.

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