There are several different types of electric scooters for kids. This table summarizes the broad categories:
|2 wheeled standing electric scooter||Looks like a traditional push scooter but has a battery underneath the stand.|
|2 wheeled seated electric scooter||Looks like a traditional push scooter but has a battery underneath the stand AND a seat added too. Kids can stand when they’re feeling energetic, and sit later when they’re getting tired.|
|Mini moped style seated electric scooters||A mini version of the popular European style adult ride on motor scooters.|
|2 wheeled self balancing electric scooters (commonly known as hoverboards)||2 wheels with a standing board between (no vertical post for steering)|
Which of these types you prefer is really a matter of personal preference. We’ll give our top recommendations for each category below (coming soon).
When you choose an electric scooter for a child make sure you’re getting the right size. Check for the minimum and maximum weight the scooter holds. There are generally 4 categories – toddlers (1-5), young children (5-8), children (8-12), and teens/adults.
Amazon has a great selection of these available. You can see the best electric scooters for kids reviewed there.
Frozen electric scooters
If you have a little Princess who loved the Frozen Disney movie, you can delight her with a Frozen electric scooter for girls. You can get a Frozen scooter in the stand up style scooter suitable for kids aged between 3 and 6. A 6V battery and charger is included.