Choose URB-E as Your New Way of Commuting

November 27, 2017
You live close to work, but you still haven’t figured out a better way to commute other than driving your car and wasting money on gas and parking. You're not alone. In fact, nationally 76.4% of Americans drive their car to work daily (Source: United States Census Bureau). The numbers suggest that most of the transportation alternatives that exist are inefficient or inconvenient. We live our lives on the go. Getting to and from work and running errands makes walking an unrealistic option for many, and it goes without saying that most of us wouldn’t be caught dead on a Segway, Hoverboard, or a Moped. Thankfully, Sven Etzelsberger, former lead engineer at Porsche, Saleen Supercars & Fisker Karma, has done the world a favor by engineering the URB-E.

Built by hand in Pasadena, California, users consider it to be the best electric scooter for commuting (Source: URB-E Reviews). The URB-E electric scooter has an unparalleled quality and dominates anything else out there that your feet & tushie touch. Depending on the model, an URB-E reaches speeds of 14 to 18 miles per hour with a range of 16 to 20 miles on a single charge. If you’ve been through the complications of riding a bicycle to work you know that 18mph practically huffing and puffing. Now imagine that speed with none of the sweat. Make it the last time you walk into a meeting smelling like yesterday’s gym clothes. Get yourself an URB-E.

If you’re considering alternative ways of commuting, consider the URB-E electric scooter. It’s easier to ride than a boosted board. It takes none of your precious energy like a bike would, and there’s virtually no learning curve. The award-winning design and engineering is made with aircraft grade aluminum and carbon fiber and was named, “Best Rideable” at CES 2017 (Source: The Verge). It makes more sense to get an URB-E than to not. Find out about financing options starting as low as $30 a month and join the URB-E revolution! Facebook: @URBErides Instagram: @urberides Twitter: @urberides Youtube: URB-E