2 x 800W
2 x 1000W
2 x 1200W
Frequently Asked Questions
The ZERO 11X is ZERO’s new electric scooter and the most powerful with two 1600W motors it can reach a top speed of 100 km/h, same as his upgraded big brother VSETT 11+.
The ZERO 8 is the lightest ZERO Electric Scooter at 17kg.
The ZERO 10X is a popular, high performance electric scooter with quality build. Most notable is its giant deck, Cadillac-plush suspension and dual 1000 up to 1200watt motors that gives this scooter a top speed of 75km/h.
The 2020 10Xs come in three variants: two 52 Volt versions and a Mac Daddy 60V version that has the quickest acceleration and highest top speed. For everything you get, these scooter are competitively priced and sure to satisfy the needs of all but the extreme adrenaline junkies.
ZERO electric scooters are not waterproof, we recommend that you do not ride your scooter in any wet conditions.
We recommend using protective housing or foam or silicon, for extra protection against water splashes.
The best ZERO electric scooter totally depends on your personal preferences. There are many things to consider when buying your first electric scooter, for example: your weight, and where you will be using the scooter. If you want help deciding which ZERO scooter is the best for you, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
You will receive a 2-year warranty on your ZERO scooter frame and 1-year warranty on other major components.
The cheapest ZERO scooter is the ZERO 8 which retails for CHF 750,-.
The ZERO 8 is at the moment the only one from ZERO range electric scooter that is in Switzerland road approved.
One of the great things about owning an electric scooter is that they require so little maintenance. Unlike cars, or even bikes, which need regular trips to the mechanic and routine replacement parts, electric scooters that are treated well do not need to be tuned up, greased, or topped with oil before a ride. This makes them ideal personal vehicles for short commutes and trips around town.
There is, however, one exception. Improper use and bad charging habits can significantly shorten the life of a scooter’s battery. Conversely, good habits can prolong its life and keep you on the road, trouble free, for years. Nearly all high-quality electric scooters run on lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, which power the scooter’s motor, lights, electric brakes, digital displays, controller, and other accessories. Lithium-ion batteries are powerful, efficient, and long-lasting. They can be discharged and recharged many times without losing their storage capacity.
E-SCOOTER LEGAL STUF
The use of e-scooters is legal, but Switzerland is known to be quite strict in terms of road laws.
In order to be considered as a road legal electric scooter, the electric scooter must meet the following criteria, among others:
» A motor power not exceeding 500 Watts
» A maximum speed of 20 km/h
» A front and rear brake (including at least one brake acting by friction)
Anyone over the age of 16 can use an e-scooter without a permit. On the other hand, adolescents between the ages of 14 and 16 must have an M permit (for mopeds).
Wearing a helmet is not compulsory, but strongly recommended.
The happy owner of a road legal electric scooter must drive, just like a bicycle, on two axes:
» On the cycle paths. There is no speed limit, so the maximum speed on an electric scooter is 20 km / h.
» On the road. The maximum speed limit on an electric scooter is 20 km / h.
Despite the fact that the motor power should not exceed 500W, it also applies to the maximum speed that an e-scooter can reach and that’s 20km/h. If you purchase e-scooter that has 500w motor and without speed limit, than your e-scooter doesn’t comply with the Swiss road law according to the Federal Roads Office ( FEDRO).
Electric Scooters are still an expensive item and should be properly maintained to ensure that you get the highest possible value from your investment. By maintaining your e-scooter correctly you can extend the life of your vehicle and save yourself the headache of having to pay for replacement parts.