E-scooters are a fun and great way to get around. Sometimes, they can travel up to 20 mph, which is great for people living in a busy city who don’t own a car. Plus, when you ride an E-scooter, you never have to worry about traffic patterns, the price of gas, or the other expenses that go into car ownership. Hiboy sells a variety of E-scooters, so keep reading to learn more about this great option, where you can ride, and tips for buying yours! What Are Hiboy E-Scooters? Hiboy sells various portable, electric transportation options, and we have E-scooters for everyone, from children to adults. These scooters are the ideal way to improve your commute or ride for fun. Every model is built differently, with various capabilities to enhance your ride. Where Can You Ride E-Scooters? Where you can take your electric scooter may vary depending on local laws; let’s talk about an ideal situation where you can take your E-scooter nearly everywhere. Can Hiboy electric scooters go uphill? In most cases, yes, and the degree of a slope you can go up depends on the scooter. For example, many beginners purchase the Hiboy S2 Lite Electric Scooter because it’s easy to control, whether you need to use the dashboard or brakes. This E-scooter can travel up a 15-degree incline. Other options, like our Max Electric Scooter, can go up a 20-degree hill, making uphill travel a breeze. Uphill Riding Tips Understandably, you aren’t going to measure every hill you encounter, nor should you. Instead, take your E-scooter on a few test runs around town and try going up small hills. From here, you can begin attempting steeper hills. While riding, pay attention to how the ride feels and whether your electric scooter struggles to keep up. The steeper the hill, the harder it is to go up. Buying the Perfect Scooter Knowing whether your Hiboy E-scooter can go uphill is only one of the areas you should inspect while shopping for your E-scooter. While shopping for an electric scooter, you should evaluate other areas, including: Price: Do your options fit into your budget? Weight: Can you easily carry it around? Weight limit: What’s the scooter’s max load? Speed: How fast can the scooter travel? You also should consider whether you want a beginner-level, commuter, or off-road scooter. Your decision depends on how you intend to use the scooter, and each model has different specifications. Hiboy is an electric scooter store with various options so everyone can make the perfect purchase. Change the way you get around with an E-scooter!