So I found a very smart electric scooter in Berlin, Germany. I guess I should have expected that the solutions that I was looking forward to show themselves over in the old world. Call it an old world all you will, and the history is impressive, but it seems like a lot of the most impressive cultural Innovations are coming out of Europe. When it comes to Machinery, it specifically seems that the Germans have a down. Many household appliances run far more efficiently, and other German machines are constantly showing up their competition from the United States in many fields. This is no different. I love this little scooter made by UNU. I think this electric scooter is one of the best that I have ever seen in my entire life. They check out, too. They are sponsored by the United Nations, they’ve been featured on the BBC, and they work in partnership with one of Germany’s most trusted auto service providers for maintenance. Although, all reports suggest that the maintenance on these scooters is very few and far between, it still doesn’t hurt to be able to take it to the best of something does go wrong. You know how the roads are. Crazy crazy. Anyway, the thing that makes these most special, other than the fact they don’t use fossil fuels at all and that the thing is completely electric, is the fact that they don’t actually produced your scooter until you order it. This allows you to choose the colors and engine that you want, and once you have paid, they design and manufacture the bike and ship it to you, fully built, in a box. Well, not quite fully built, you do have to put the license plate on yourself.
Added to goals: elektroroller kaufen! (buy a scooter!)