Whenever you see a gas-powered, tiny scooter buzzing down the street, chances are you're left sporting a look of disgust. The sound was horrendous, you found the complete lack of dignity of the rider alarming and abject, and the tiny two-stroke engine that powers this ridiculous method of human transport deposited particulate smoke that has hijacked your mouth and will take three washes to remove from your clothing. They are not good.
Solving the noise and pollution problems, the ProGo Scooter uses a different method than those oil and gas-burning two-strokes: environmentally-friendly propane. Burning cleanly and quietly off a standard 16.4 ounce container, the ProGo launches a solid appeal in the trial against personal scooters.
Besides being EPA and California-approved, this scooter gets two to three hours of runtime on a single Coleman-style propane tank. Moreover, any of the annoying two-stroke tinkering is gone, as are chokes, priming, or carburetor cleanup.