Mobility

ACTON launching 'fleet-ready' e-scooter for commercial transportation

Posted on December 4, 2018

The M Scooter Pro is the first line of fleet-ready scooters that are customizable with optional add-on accessories, including phone mounts, baskets, cupholders, and Smart features.
The M Scooter Pro is the first line of fleet-ready scooters that are customizable with optional add-on accessories, including phone mounts, baskets, cupholders, and Smart features.

ACTON, a designer and manufacturer of advanced and innovative micro transportation devices like electric skateboards, skates, and scooters, announced the new M Scooter Pro, a commercial e-scooter launching to the public in January. This marks ACTON’s entrance into the commercial transportation market as the first and only company to offer scooters that are specifically designed for fleet.

The M Scooter Pro is built to last longer, helping increase profitability for scooter companies; convenience for cities, corporations, and campuses; and improve the safety and experience for riders, according to the company.

The scooter is built using premium materials and manufacturing processes that significantly increase the reliability and longevity of each unit, lowering the cost of maintenance and simplifying the servicing process with individual parts that can easily be replaced once worn out, according to the company.

The M Scooter Pro is the first line of fleet-ready scooters that are customizable with optional add-on accessories, including phone mounts, baskets, cupholders, and Smart features. The vehicle seamlessly plugs into existing network infrastructures with features including a Smart lock and integrated IoT box with geofencing capabilities that allow companies to control the locations in which the scooter can be parked.

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