I was just in Kragen getting some fuses ... and feeling that it's odd to go to a gear-head shop that sells auto parts so that I can buy parts for my EV's ... and while browsing I found some LED lighting that's interesting. I got some to install on the Vego 600 that I'm refurbishing.
One is a white LED "bar" that the packaging describes as "accent lighting". But it's a rather bright light that runs at 12 volts. I'm thinking to mount this using a U-bolt to the steering column on the scooter, and run it off the battery pack. The other are the red LED driven lights they describe as marker lights. They would do good as a tail light and/or brake light. The attraction is that these are lit with the high intensity LED's, and thus will use a minuscule amount of electricity.
The only issue will be how to get 12 volts. The pack voltage is 36 volts. I do have some DC-DC converters. I could use one of them.
As I rebuild this Vego 600 .. I'm really missing all the lights and turn signals and horn and whatnot that is on the EVT 4000. Each of those things adds to the safety of the vehicle. These things are missing on the typical small scooter, and maybe they're not important if you only use the scooter for goofing around in the park or whatnot. But if you're on the road every day with it then it should have as much visibility as possible.