Electric mopeds can be used as commuter vehicles and is far more practical than driving a car around to run errands.
Rogue River, OR (PRWEB) March 13, 2009
As Americans are ushered into the new year, people are reminded of the gas and oil problems that plagued the nation in 2008. To combat the high oil prices of the previous year, the entrepreneurial team of Pamela Wilson and Kathleen Bonnar united and launched http://www.EcoElectricScooters.com in December 2008.
The website specializes in electric scooters, mopeds and bicycles - all of which are safe and eco-friendly. "I think this last year, we've come to realize that gas prices can be pretty astronomical," said Bonnar. "Coupled with the economy, we thought that creating a site where people don't have to rely on their cars for simple trips would be a beneficial endeavor."
"We're also promoting the idea that using eco-friendly vehicles would help the environment overall," added Wilson.
Through EcoElectricScooters.com, people have access to a variety of reasonably-priced electric bicycles, scooters, mobility scooters for the elderly, UTVs, mopeds and ATVs. On top of having some of the best prices online, Wilson and Bonnar also offer free shipping to the continental United States.
Though the site itself is still in its infancy, there are already new bikes ready to be added, which includes a moped that can go up to 60 miles per hour and a new electric bicycle.
In addition to their web store, the duo has started a new informational blog in http://www.ElectricMopedsInfo.com.
"The blog is a way for us to write about the various attributes of the products that appear on our site," Wilson explained. "Electric mopeds can be used as commuter vehicles and is far more practical than driving a car around to run errands."
"I've become a bike fanatic and I think this blog also serves a way to get in touch with other people who are excited about ditching cars," said Bonnar.
The blog will also contain the different laws and bills that would affect cyclists and people who drive mopeds, as well as practical information such as helping the elderly get around by utilizing a specialized scooter.
As the site enters the new year, it serves as a reminder that people shouldn't have to pay $100 on gas to get around their towns. Thanks to EcoElectricScooters.com, there is an alternative to driving five blocks to get a carton of milk.
About the Company:
EcoElectricScooters.com is a part of Katpaw Enterprises, Inc. which is owned and operated by Kathleen Bonnar and Pamela Wilson.
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