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Scooter Day - May 19
May 19 is Scooter Day. The scooter day was announced in 2015 by the American company Micro Kickboard, which distributes scooters, kickboards and other innovative means of transportation.
The scooter is a is a human-powered street vehicle with a handlebar, deck, and wheels propelled by a rider pushing off the ground. The scooter day was announced in 2015 by the American company Micro Kickboard, which distributes scooters, kickboards and other innovative means of transportation.
The scooter is a vehicle built from a narrow surface parallel to the ground, with two wheels and a steering handlebar attached to the front wheel.
In congested cities around the world, where parking is very difficult to find, scooters are a popular solution to the transportation problem.
To ride a scooter you have to stand on it with one foot and push it with the other foot, while holding the handlebars.
A scooter with 3 wheels and two surfaces is called a Wiggle Scooter and to ride it you have to stand with both feet on both surfaces, hold the handlebars, push with one foot and lift it to the surface. To move the wiggle scooter one has to move the legs to the right or left side.
There are also motorized scooters that run on electricity or fuel.
Who Invented the Scooter?
It is not known who invented the first scooter, but it is known that it has been used since about 100 years ago in urban areas in Europe and the United States. The first scooters were handmade, homemade, usually as play items designed for children to roam the street. At the end of the twentieth century, companies began to manufacture scooters industrially and sell them.
Scooter Day is the day of celebration for small vehicles on both wheels.
So in honor of Scooter Day, ride your scooter with pleasure and caution!
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