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An electric motor powers an e-scooter, a motorized scooter. In contrast to conventional scooters, which need gasoline to run, electric vehicles don’t.
In e-scooters, the battery and motor are connected, and the battery is charged by plugging into a power outlet or a charging station. The momentum necessary to propel the two-wheeler ahead is produced by the charged battery.
These scooters are easy to operate, battery-powered, and environmentally friendly.
The necessity for upgraded transportation infrastructure and more sustainable urban mobility is what is causing people to switch from conventional to electric modes of transportation. This kind of scooter should enhance air quality and energy security.
The popularity of EV scooters is anticipated to expand due to the rising demand for fuel-efficient cars and growing concerns over greenhouse gas and carbon emissions.
The Mexico Electric Scooter Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The California-based company Bird said that it has begun selling its electric scooters in Mexico City as part of its global quest to revolutionize urban transportation.
With the launch, Bird enters a region of Latin America where investors and entrepreneurs in the transportation sector believe there is room for expansion. Additionally, the business announced that it will expand into Brazil.
According to open job listings, Bird has been hiring locally for weeks out of a shared office location in Mexico City. According to the business, it has engaged some local employees and is establishing a network of personnel tasked with maintaining the electric scooters’ charge.
Bird has joined MaaS Latam, a trade organization of Latin American mobility providers, which works to market its services to policymakers and municipal authorities.
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