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E-Scooter training at SIP Scootershop

Created by Ralf Jodl at 15:05 on May 27, 2021

Last Tuesday a notably exciting event took place at the gates of SIP Scootershop: Sven Wichsmann from Action Sports Electronics GmbH, ASE for short, presented the latest e-scooters trends!

Nico and Fabian from the shop, Janina, working in the call centre, Kevin as a specialist for e-scooters and sales manager Stephan Hufschmid participated with great enthusiasm.

In about 90 minutes, Sven not only reported on the latest developments on the e-scooter market. He also explained the most important and major differences between the Segway Ninebot and Egret models. Ranges, speeds and charging times were properly discussed as well as the different tires, batteries and running boards.

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Of course, the time was also used for extensive test drives with the available models, and, above all, the different driving modes and brakes gave rise to inquiries. Sven did hold an answer for every question and infected the entire team with his fascination. The market is booming. Last year alone, 15,000 Segway-Ninebot G30 scooters were sold at ASE. With its 65 km range, this model is currently all the rage.

Finally, it was possible to observe how Sven folded all the e-scooters in a few simple steps and stowed them in the trunk of his car to save space. Stephan Hufschmid was completely satisfied with the event: “In sales, people are increasingly asking about e-scooters. Now we can explain the advantages and properties of the various models to our customers even better. If the market continues to develop so rapidly, we will organize the next training in a few months. "

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Ralf Jodl
Ralf Jodl

Ralf is managing director and co-founder of SIP Scootershop. He has been riding Vespa since 1990 and even today the working day starts best for him when he rides to the SIP headquarters in Landsberg on his Rally 200. Otherwise he owns a 180 SS, a 160 GS and a VM2 fenderlight Vespa.