19, August 2015: Traditional cars with an internal combustion engine use gasoline as power to run. Gasoline is also known as petrol, which is a transparent, petroleum-derived liquid that is used primarily as a fue. It consists mostly of organic compounds obtained by the fractional distillation of petroleum, enhanced with a variety of additives.


A 42-gallon barrel of crude oil yields about 19 gallons of gasoline, when processed in an oil refinery. Gasoline is used worldwide in the vast number of internal combustion engines used in transport and industry, has a significant impact on the environment. Our environment is suffering more and more with each passing day because of the massive use of gasoline. So people are doing research and trying to develop new energy to replace gasoline as much as they can. Electricity is an ideal form of energy. And many electricity-powered cars have been produced. The electricity-powered cars can do almost what a traditional car does. It has been proven electricity can be a useful energy. And Airwheel has succeeded in making intelligent self-balancing scooter with lithium battery.

Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooter is like a traditional scooter, but with a power source of electricity. It could usually run at a speed of 2 to 3times human walking. And it has a range of about 10-25 km, which is totally enough for daily commute. Because of these performances, many people are doing their effort to use an electric scooter to replace the private cars. They usually ride the scooter to go to the bus station, go to the subway station, go to their company or go to school. They can also ride the scooter in a building or in a large warehouse. It’s a convenient transport tool in small places where cars can’t get in.


Everyone has his or her own responsibility to protect the environment. So let’s get started with an Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter.

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