Before the acceleration kicks in you need to start with a few pushes like a regular scooter, but once up and running the e-scooter can reach up to 20 miles per hour (32.2 km/h), though we didn't have many straightaways to fully test this on. Several times we hit 16 mph (25.7 km/h) and, for the form factor, even that felt like flying. It's easy to adjust the throttle (on the right side of the handlebars) to find your sweet spot, quickly accelerating a little or a lot depending on the amount of obstacles in front of you. Braking (on the left side) was as expected.

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