03, October 2015: From the name of FOSJOAS electric self-balancing scooter, it is easy to see that FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter is powered by electricity. In fact, before launching FOSJOAS electric scooter, there were many kinds of energy intended for FOSJOAS electric scooter. It was not that the electricity power was opted in the first place. The end result was through a careful thought.
The first candidate energy was the traditional energy, like petrol. The petrol is quite a common energy. Plus there are many gasoline stations in modern society. The petrol is accessible for the FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter users. However, the petrol has a host of drawbacks. The first one is high cost. The petrol will cost the rider much money. The second one is that the petrol-fuelled scooter will produce a large amount of exhaust into air. From the perspective of safety, the petrol is potentially dangerous to the rider. To sum up, the petrol is obviously a bad choice.
The electricity power is also a common energy. The electricity-powered scooter can be charged up at home, so it is very convenient for the user. And the electricity does not pollute the air. When the electricity-powered scooter operates, it never produces exhaust into air. FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter serves to protect the air in the city. In respect of safety, the electricity power is by far safer than petrol. What is more, the electricity is fairly economical. A full charge merely costs 0.5 euro in Europe.
Another advanced energy is the solar energy. Solar energy is a merging energy. And the technology related to solar energy has come a long way in these years. The conversion and the efficiency of trapping are on a rise. There is the very reason that its application to FOSJOAS intelligent self-balancing scooter is on the cars. This is just a matter of time.