Fosjoas K3 Sitting-Posture Electric Scooter is Helpful to Reduce Traffic Accidents
Source:Fosjoas begin Time: 2016-07-23
From the everyday news, we can get to know that the traffic accidents happen now and then. Indeed, more and more motor vehicles are applied to our daily life. Although private car gives us fast speed and comfortable sitting environment, it causes congested traffic and a lot of traffic accidents. Some accidents even result in injuries and deaths. In fact, the traffic accidents can be largely reduced if people are willing to change their travel transports. Fosjoas K3 sitting-posture electric scooter is one of the safest travel transports in the current market.
Just as its name implies, Fosjoas K3 self-balancing scooter adopts sitting-posture riding mode and is equipped with a soft leather saddle. Thus, it gives people very comfortable riding experience. Like other Fosjoas electric scooters, Fosjoas K3 also keeps itself balanced by adopted aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system. When riders sit on it and slightly lean forward, Fosjoas K3 can move forward. Besides, such a movement also can realize accelerating. On the contrary, leaning backward is able to finish slowing down or brake. Therefore, riding Fosjoas K3 self-balancing scooter is not only comfortable, but also very safe.
In addition, the equipped electronic brake system improves the riding safety of Fosjoas K3 self-balancing two wheel electric scooter to the highest point. Such a system chooses electric control instead of mechanical drive, which makes the brake instant, accurate and safe. When the emergency during the riding happens, riders can press down the brake button beside the handlebar. According to the test, the stopping response time is 0.5s and the stopping distance is 50mm. The automatic steering-sensor system is also designed for ensuring riding safety, which plays a key role in night riding. It tells the back people that a rider is going to change direction. Such a safe transport absolutely can reduce traffic accidents.