Electric Scooters Auckland and delivered New Zealand-wide
Easily the most extensive Electric Scooter range in NZ. See for yourself. We are here for your e-scooter lifestyle.
The proven-by-reviews highest-performance and best-quality scooter brands on Earth, available in-store right now
FREE unlimited electric scooter test rides. We make certain your scooter model is the right choice for you
Open 7 days with expert advice and instruction. New riders very welcome. Quiet, safe area available for practice.
Professional on-site workshop for all electric scooter repairs and maintenance with full warranty support and spares.
Gain freedom of mobility and reclaim your commuting time in one, easy step. An electric scooter for adults doesn't need any special skills or a license. Maybe keep one in the car boot, then you can park for free and scooter in the last mile to the office? Or take one on the bus or the train, and avoid a long walk at either end of the journey.
We can help you with:
E-scooters for commuters
Electric scooters for motorhome owners
Electric scooters for businesses
E-Scooters for teenagers
Electric scooters for off-road riding
Scooter repairs and maintenance
In New Zealand, Lime Scooters have broken the ice for many people, and made scootering more socially acceptable. But is renting a Lime Scooter a better option? If you took a very occasional short trip in a central area on flattish terrain, we would say that you should continue to rent a Lime Scooter. But rental costs add up, and a Lime Scooter at $18/hr could quickly become an expensive habit! Plus, will you always have one when you need one? And if you have some decent hills to climb, forget it. They aren't built for that use. Better to invest in your own PEV (Personal Electric Vehicle), and have your transport and fun-machine on hand whenever you need it!
You will find our scooters are designed with different purposes in mind. For example, the Inokim Quick 3 provides a wide and stable platform, and is low geared for excellent climbing ability, even though it is 'only' 400 watts output, whereas the Light 2 is not as strong a climber, but has a very rigid and solid frame that locks out very firmly, and performs beautifully in less hill terrain and with lighter riders, so would be a better option for perhaps teenage kids riding to school, for example.
Despite scooter regulations not requiring use of a helmet when scootering, we strongly recommend you use protective headgear, and we have a selection of helmets available in-store. It is vital to get good advice at the buying stage, to make sure the e-scooter you are considering is a good physical match for you, and is also capable of performing as you want it to. They are often more practical than an e-bike, and can be stored in small spaces, such as under the bed in an apartment.
Make the change today. Join the Scooter Revolution!