EVT America accused of delivering slow scooter sold under innacurate specs

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reikiman
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EVT America accused of delivering slow scooter sold under innacurate specs

Maybe this was done by a V member...

http://consumerist.com/5394703/evt-america-delivers-slow-inaccurate-scooter-no-lemon-law-refund

Brett wants the EVT America electric scooter he was promised. A scooter that was supposed to have a top speed of 40-45 mph, and required a motorcycle license. Unfortunately, while at top speed the speedometer reads 45 mph, reality differs.

The scooter in question is a Z20B ordered in March 2008. If you go back to that era of discussion on V there are many people who reported problems with the Z20B. Good luck, Brett.

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Re: EVT America accused of delivering slow scooter sold ...

I know there is no reason for scooter dealers to think collectively, but the more early-adopters get kicked around the harder it will be for new manufacturers to enter the business.

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