JasonHolden I’d recommend you take a look at some of the more beastly scooters:
- Kaabo Wolf Warrior / King
- Apollo Pro 60V
- Apollo Phantom (Ludo edition)
- Nami BURN-E
Unfortunately, right now none of even the IP-rated scooters are legitimately designed to handle more than incidental splashing, mud, puddles. You can’t get any of these scooters totally soaked no matter what the mfg or retailer says. To achieve a high level of water-resistance you’re going to have to do some sealing yourself.
The Kaabo Wolf models have a IPX4 rating from the manufacturer, we’ve used them in damp conditions with no issues. Deck is decently sealed up, but there are some gaps you will want to address. Power and build on these can’t be beat.
The 60V Apollo Pro is ridiculously fast, same as Wolf re: IPX rating.
The currently unreleased (though we got a pre-releaser edition) Phantom Ludicrous is insane and possibly worth waiting for.
I’d also love to throw the Kaabo Mantis scooters on the list, but most models have such obvious gaps on the deck that despite any “unofficial” IP-ratings I wouldn’t count on them for that type of use.
We have a BURN-E on the way, but haven’t tested it yet. Supposedly an IP55 rating, but we won’t know how realistic until we get our hands on one.
There are a few less beastly scooters like the EMOVE Cruiser that have higher IP ratings, but only single motor so maybe not bet for trail riding.
Also, I should add that for off-road use, basically no electric scooter is designed for (or can tolerate) the level of abuse that you would subject a mountain bike or motorcycle to. Trail riding, dirt roads, bumps, etc are fine, but jumps, drop, heavy abuse will assuredly end up in catastrophic failure on any scooter, no matter who claims what. No scooter (yet) is built to safely handle insane loads that you would get under those conditions.