Best Electric Scooter For Potholes & Bumpy Roads

by Nathan Schaumann

To be considered in the title for best electric scooter for potholes, a scooter must have tubeless, flat-proof tires that measure at least 12-inches (less than 5% of all scooters) and both front and rear suspension. Check our our full list of models below!

All data imported from the Freshly Charged Scooter Comparison Tool.

ScooterPriceSpeed (mph)Range (miles)Watt-HoursMotorWt. (lbs)TireTire (")Water RatingSusp.Control
REDDYDY T90$1,34950.045.92304Dual120.0Tubeless12.0N/AFull
Obarter D5$1,49943.037.01680Dual101.2Tubeless12.0N/AFull
Obarter X5$2,19952.834.01800Dual130.0Tubeless13.0IP54Full
Arwibon Q13 Pro$2,39955.057.73000Dual123.0Tubeless13.0N/AFullSquare
Okai Panther ES800$2,49937.023.8998Dual95.0Tubeless12.0IP55Full
Yume X7$2,79955.063.43240Dual138.0Tubeless13.0IP54FullSine
Teverun 7260R$3,69975.075.04320Dual139.0Tubeless13.0IPX5FullSine
Kaabo Wolf King GTR$3,99565.843.22419Dual138.0Tubeless12.0IPX5FullSine
Yinke i7$3,99960.052.72880Dual150.0Tubeless12.0IP65FullSine
Dualtron Storm Limited$4,19560.072.23780Dual115.4Tubeless12.0N/AFullSquare
Dualtron X2$5,04964.051.93024Dual145.5Tubeless13.0IP54FullSquare
Dualtron X Limited$5,99961.784.85040Dual182.6Tubeless13.0N/AFullSquare

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