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If you live in a city where rideshare electric scooters seem to have popped up on every corner out of nowhere, you probably fall into one of two categories: you’re either a fan of them or you find them a real nuisance. Electric scooters are conveyances that can get you to and from a location with ease and expediency. Just hop on and hop off, it’s just that easy. Unlike riding a bike, stepping onto the scooter’s pad and stepping off take very little balance and coordination. As long as you know how to stand, you’re good. This bodes well for someone as uncoordinated as this author.

For some time now, electric scooters have been relegated to the realm of paved roads and sidewalks. Needing a smooth surface to run on, the thought never crossed our minds that one would run into one of them on a dirt trail — that is, until now. Portland, Oregon –based Works Electric has introduced their line of all-terrain electric scooters, they call Rovers

The Rover you see here is their top of the line, Hollyburn P5 model. The P5 is designed and built by hand at Works Electric’s facility in Portland with the express mission of taking its rider wherever he or she wants to go, even if that means there are no roads. Powered by a powerful 4400 watt ZM2-R electric motor, the P5’s powerplant is matched with safety and durability packages that are designed to outperform its competition. In fact, Works Electric claims that, “the P5 is the only standing electric vehicle in the world to firrmly occupy the powersports segment.”

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