04, August 2015: I think people can feel the earth is getting warmer and warmer. The ice is melting every in both poles of the planet because the warming climate, as often reported in TV and on newspaper. One of the major reasons of the warming climate is over emission of carbon dioxide, which is also known as greenhouse gas. And most carbon dioxide comes from gasoline-consumed vehicles, which include private cars, buses, trucks, and motorcycles, etc. However these vehicles are quite necessary in people’s daily life, we can’t stop using them, that would be crazy. But we can try to use them less and find substitutes, which are eco-friendly. Then less carbon dioxide will be emitted into the air, thus easing the serious warming problem. It can’t work with a few people trying this way, so I am calling on every reading this passage to make a true action. An electric scooter could be a perfect first choice.


Airwheel Q1 electric twin-wheel scooter is a basic scooter product with a high price/performance ratio. Airwheel scooter is the state-of-the-art means of transportation adopting aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system to maintain balance by leaning forward and backward. Riders can control the scooter to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, and brake, etc. by leaning forward or backward. Similar to the techniques of riding a bicycle, riders achieve balance via slightly tilting sideways. Airwheel Q1 features original Japan-made lithium battery bore which guarantees optimal battery range. It also boasts intelligent mobility and super portability. It is lighter, more portable and space-saving that it could easily fit into your trunk.


Our environment is suffering from the worsening air pollution. So my dear friend, why not give a hand when it needs your help? Just get an Airwheel Q1 electric scooter to protect environment.

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