Scuuting Around Town: New York City
New York City is known as “The City That Never Sleeps”. For residents and visitors alike, there are constantly places to go, people to see, and things to do. Whether you are on your work commute, heading to class, or going toward Chelsea for a bite to eat, having an electric scooter is the way to go.
Every day, millions of people hail taxis and take the subway. Vehicles clog the streets, trains break down, and to be honest, sometimes our feet are just too tired for walking. New York City is the perfect hub for ‘scuuting’ around town.
Imagine walking down your apartment steps and instead of searching for rideshare or changing into walking shoes, you unfold your scooter, hop on, and go. Having a versatile, folding scooter makes the work day that much easier. If more of us had scooters, we wouldn’t have to worry about hailing cabs, missing the train, and being late for Wednesday’s sales meeting. Or carrying that extra pair of shoes.
Taking the scooter to work is a perfect way to commute. There are jobs of every kind in NYC, and everyone would benefit from this carbon-footprint-minimizing scooter bike, all the way from Wall Street to Brooklyn.
Class Is In Session
With close to 110,000 universities and colleges, there are more than 594,000 students getting an education in New York City. More students leave home for NYC than any other city in the U.S. Students coming from other parts of the country are the perfect riders for the best electric scooter. Since they can’t bring their cars from home, what better way to get from NYU to their internship at ABC/Disney than to ride the Uber Scuuter Plus? A mere 4 miles away, that trip would take almost half an hour in typical NYC commute time. Now that snooze button can be hit one more time.
The weekend is finally here. Classes are over, or maybe you’ve clocked out, and either way, it’s time to have some fun. So, let’s unfold that scooter bike and head out into the world. Meeting friends in Central Park is a great way to enjoy the weekend. Take in a show, see an animal or two, or just make a quick wish at Bethesda Fountain.
New to NYC? Take that electric scooter and go explore! The city boasts some of the world’s best museums, spectacular food on every corner, and attractions to keep you busy for days. There’s the Statue of Liberty, the Met, shopping — take it all in and then end with a sundae from Serendipity, the legendary restaurant and general store founded in 1954 that’s satisfied millions of sweet tooths (teeth? you know what we mean!).