So we have Ramier who is a nice cheerful big guy and he does honest job to test if scooter is suitable for similar people. I am also quite bulky and while I like my scooter I am looking for another one. ( I own ninebot max)
While scooters are still not entrenched in the world, most arent suited to be more than just toys. Water, snow protection or even water puddles might scare many people who want to use scooter as car replacement or a bicycle. While youtube has some people giving random but helpful advices on different scooters how to protect certain parts of scooters - it is unclear how to do it properly. As in “official way”. Someone who has ESG fame could make it so we could trust in them by helping our scooters be protected.
Many live in rainy areas or areas where it rains often at night and you just have to drive in sunny day with water roads.
Most youtube videos on anti rain protections arent that difficult at first glance but having someone taking good look at scooter and giving thorough advice on all possible protection areas by an expert would make more scooters a good pick.
So my question - does ESG considers to get some scooter expert who would make anti-rain videos on each scooter(not necessary all) with some grease, silicone, perhaps something else like grip tape for shoes not to slip while standing on scooter. This would be as useful as Ramier for probably all scooter owners who use scooter as a commute.