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The GenZe 2.0 electric scooter is incredibly easy to ride and won't require a license in most states, and includes high-tech features making it a next-generation transportation solution for many environments.
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With an electric drive, LED lights all around, and a touchpad instrument cluster, the GenZe 2.0 electric scooter makes for low-speed next-generation transportation.
The GenZe 2.0 not only uses an electric driveline, it also incorporates LED lights all around and a touchscreen instrument cluster.