20, November 2015: Nowadays, the traffic is more and more congested. The quality of living environment is going downhill with each passing day. Many environmentalists strongly appeal for environmental-friendly lifestyle. When it comes to daily travels, environmentalists suggest green and low-carbon transport. The only one that can shoulder such a mission is intelligent self-balancing scooters. Among various brands, Fosjoas is the most ideal choice. Generally speaking, widely applying Fosjoas electric scooters is helpful to facilitate people’s life, alleviate traffic jam and improve environmental quality.
All of Fosjoas electric scooters share the same advantage-easy to ride, which benefits from the adopted aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system. Then, all the controls, such as moving forward, speeding up, slowing down, braking or changing direction, can be easily finished by changing body focus. For example, slightly turning body to the left, the Fosjoas electric scooterswill turn left. Meanwhile, Fosjoas electric scooters are designed for all of age stages because of rich subtypes. Many young boys and girls would like to choose electric unicycles and twin-wheeled scooters, while the elderly prefer to select sitting-posture electric scooters, like U1 and K3. Many businessmen are willing to ride high-end two-wheeled scooters. What is more, Fosjoas even offers electric skateboard and SUV electric scooter, which largely expands the application range.
Why can Fosjoas alleviate traffic jam? On the one hand, small-sized Fosjoas electric scooters are much more flexible and able to avoid traffic jam smoothly, especially in rush hours. On the other hand, the maximum range of Fosjoas electric scooters is ranging from 23km to 50km, which almost can cover all of travel demands in daily life. As to improving environmental quality, it benefits from the driving power-electricity. Different from gasoline and diesel, electricity is totally emission-free and thus it is environmental-friendly. In the future transport world, it must be the era of Fosjoas.