Founded in 2012, Happy Scoot is a French brand of electric scooters led by Steven Friant. For about six years, the company has been manufacturing electric scooters with three or even five wheels. You should know that she is alone in this area in France.
Its products are primarily intended for professionals and people with reduced mobility who do not wish to use a wheelchair. The French market is certainly its main target, but it is also present in Portugal, Belgium and Luxembourg.
3-wheel and 5-wheel electric scooters made in France
In addition to the number of their wheels, Happy Scoot electric scooters rely on their compactness. These qualities make them ecological means of transport adapted to different contexts of use. According to the manufacturer, they can be used in town, in hospitals, in an industrial area, on agricultural land, on a golf course, etc.
With its three wheels, the City Happy Scoot scooter is for example designed for people with reduced mobility. Optimized for urban journeys, this model promises great comfort thanks to its completely clear platform to place the feet. Its 48V / 12Ah lithium-ion battery offers up to 30 km of autonomy for a maximum speed of 6 km / h. Three power options are offered for the motor, namely, 350 W, 500 W and 800 W.
Electric scooters adapted to different situations
For its part, the Golf Happy Scoot electric scooter is a green mobility solution designed for travel on golf courses. It also has three wheels, but is only available in a single 800W motor option. Its 48V / 14Ah lithium-ion battery allows you to cover an 18-hole course with ease. The speed is restricted to 18 km / h.
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Happy Scoot, a 3-wheel electric scooter (made in France) for people with reduced mobility
The PMR Happy Scoot is for people with reduced mobility who want to be able to move around in a semi-seated position. The machine incorporates a 350 W, 500 W or 800 W Shimano motor, depending on the variant. The Happy Scoot XXL is an electric 5-wheel transporter with a removable platform. It supports a load of 50 kg (in addition to the weight of the driver). The maximum pulling capacity is 200 kg.
Note that the Brest brand also offers versions called Medical Happy Scoot and Agri Happy Scoot. As their names suggest, these are green mobility solutions designed for healthcare facilities and farmers respectively.