The Electric Alternative
The annual Earth Day activities have come and gone. Thousand, maybe even millions of people around the world have shown how important this problem is to them and have made vows to make our situation better. Now it's time to get step up and show how serious we are to saving our planet. Every year, Earth Day tends to open our eyes to the potential catastrophe that we face as a race. As a species, we may find ourselves on the endangered species list. Are we going to let it get that far? How can we do our part to save the planet?
All around the world, thousands have made a pledge to change our ways and "GO GREEN". With that, comes change and with change comes adversity. When we are asked to give up some things that we have become so dependant on, we feel a little anxious at first. It's normal. Just like an out of shape, over-eating person who is used to just eating fast food and pastries, we are going to need to change our lifestyle in order to survive. Changing our lifestyle, though simple, take commitment and maybe even a little sacrifice. Before you know it, you have developed a new habit. This new habit is a health one and is sure to add several years to your life.
Let's add some more years of life to our planet. Park the car and go electric. By going electric, we can put a realistic dent in the amount O-Zone depleting gases. Green transportation at this time is a little out of reach for most of us, but there is an alternative.
As engineers and scientists perfect the affordable "Green Machine", we can still start today. Electric scooters are cost effective, non-polluting, green machines that have been around for over 30 years. The electric scooters today are able to go farther and faster than their cousins of years past.
Electric scooters run on sealed lead batteries and when taken care of, can last for years. While riding an electric scooter, you don't have to worry about noise or emissions. Zip on by the gas station and smile as you realize how much you are contributing to saving the planet.
Today's electric scooters can travel at much greater distances than before. Some electric scooters can go an average of twenty to thirty miles on a single charge. If you're only doing short trips, instead of jumping in your car and adding to the problem, just hop on your electric scooter and enjoy the clean air that you helped preserve.
The low cost of electric scooters make them practical and affordable to all walks of life and all income brackets. With the average high-end electric scooter running between three-hundred and four-hundred dollars, it will actually pay for itself in no time at all.
We are about to face a major crisis if nothing is done. In order to save the planet, everyone needs to do as much as they can to help. Did you make a vow to help save the planet? How serious were you? Step up to the plate and get your electric scooter today and PARK THE CAR.