Why Not Ride Fosjoas U1 Mini Electric Scooter to Wander in Beautiful University Campus?

For every freshman, university campus is a so beautiful and so big place. It is often assimilated to a small society. In such a society, it can be divided into many different districts, including dormitory district, canteen, teaching buildings, library, gymnasium, playground and the Students’ Center. Therefore, too many freshmen even get lost in this big university campus. Now, they have an easy way of knowing the campus quickly and deeply. What they need to do is to ride Fosjoas U1 mini electric scooter.

Different from bike, lithium-ion battery-powered Fosjoas U1 mini self-balancing scooter saves too much physical strength, even if riding for several hours. In the meantime, riding itself is also very relaxing, because all controls, like speeding up, braking and steering, are easily finished by body inclination. Then, slightly leaning forward speeds it up, while leaning forward slows it down. If students are tired after long-time riding, they can put up the saddle and sit down to ride it. The small figure is also worth to mention. It can go through some narrow corridors and forest trails, which paves the way for students to know every corner of their university campus. In addition, Fosjoas U1 self-balancing scooter offers the maximum range of 35km, which is long enough to sightsee the whole campus.

In the following university life, Fosjoas U1 self-balancing scooter also plays very important role. It is an excellent travel transport within campus. Students can ride it to go to classroom, library, canteen or dormitory. It will save much valuable time for students. Besides, Fosjoas U1 self-balancing scooter is much safer than bike or car. It will remind students if the battery is less than 15%. It also sets limit on maximum speed and the electric motor will stop working if the tilting angle is bigger than 45 degrees. Above all, every freshman needs it.

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