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Best e-Scooters, e-Bikes and Hoverboards for RV Campsite Travel

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Best e-Scooters, e-Bikes, and Hoverboards for RV Campsite Travel

This article will review and provide recommendations for various modes of electric transportation while visiting an RV park. Whether you choose an e-scooter, e-bike, or hoverboard, fun is sure to follow.

As my wife and I travel to various campsites, we have observed different electric scooters and kick scooters in use. Both adults and children have taken to this form of transportation to travel around the RV park. Additionally, e-Bikes can also be an efficient and fun way to traverse a campsite.

Lithium battery technology offers both performance and affordability when choosing an electric bike or e-scooter. The recharge time on some scooters is as low as 3 hours. Of course, there is always a kick scooter or pedal bike as a choice to ramp up your aerobic activity.

That said, electric modes of transportation do allow for an exciting choice for your RV adventures. Not only can these e-scooters go 10-15 miles on a single charge, but most models can travel at speeds of 16-20 miles per hour. Many of these products offer a folding option, making them easy to store and transport.

Below I will offer specifications on the best e-products on the market today.


Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter


The Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter

About this item

Equipped with a premium 36v, 7.8ah lithium-ion battery with a 15-mile range and 3.25 hrs. charge time

This e-scooter is not a toy. It is constructed with an aircraft-grade aluminum frame and designed for daily use by its adult owner.

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With a powerful 250 watt (600-watt peak) DC hub motor and electronic antilock maintenance-free brake, performance and safety are assured. An additional safety feature is a rear fender press brake.

Front tire suspension and honeycomb never-flat airless rubber tires provide a smooth and worry-free experience.

Available at Amazon, the Glion Dolly Foldable Lightweight Adult Electric Scooter comes equipped with a patented dolly and vertical self-standing feature. You will never have to lug the scooter, given it lets you roll it like a suitcase should the battery run down, and you have to transport it back for charging manually. The scooter’s stand-it-vertical feature allows you to store it out of the way quickly.

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There is no denying that RV travel is more popular today than it has ever been. With more than 485 locations, KOA reported that in 2020, there were more than 94.5 million camper households throughout North America. In the US, 48.2 million households camped at least once in 2020, including 10.1 million households that camped for the first time. Campers are more diverse than ever, with 60% of first-time campers in 2020 are from non-white groups, the highest rate since the inception of this report.
According to a Market Watch article published June 11, 2021, in an RVIA newsletter, RVing was hot in 2020. For example, well-known RV rental company Outdoorsy saw a 4,500% increase in bookings in 2020. And in 2021, there is reason to believe that this trend will continue. A recent survey by the RV Industry Association found that about three in 10 Americans hope to take an RV trip this year — 10% of whom have never done it before.
My wife Evi and I are in the 3 in 10 that plans to take an RV trip in 2021. As a matter of fact, since May 2021, we have been living in our RV full-time. We plan to live in our unit until the end of the year and then move into our permanent home. But, rest assured we will continue to take frequent trips in our motorhome.
With Covid 19 still in an issue in 2021, there is reason to believe travelers will want to venture out with family and close friends again. After all, there are over 4300 campgrounds in the USA to consider for your next group adventure.

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