Off-road electric scooters for climbing hills are pretty similar to regular electric scooters when it comes to riding them; they can have seats, handlebars, and a foot bar. The seating position is usually different though; instead of sitting like you are in a chair, the position is more like sitting in a go-cart.

Because they are designed to go off-road and up hills, they almost always have stronger motors and bigger tires, making them bulkier and weigh more. They also tend to be more expensive because of these parts and the design.

Can all scooters climb hills?

No, especially not kids ones. Trying to get a regular scooter to climb a hill if it is paved will just cause the scooter to be slow, even to the point of being a snail. If you try to make the scooter go up a hill that is not paved, you can severely damage the tires, underside, and possibly the motor.

Best Off-Road Electric Scooters For Climbing Hills

Segway Ninebot MAX Folding Electric Kick Scooter

Segway Ninebot MAX Folding Electric Kick Scooter: photo

This one was actually on the list before, but because of the design, power, and wheels, it is actually one of the best off-roading scooters out now. It also is one of the few off-road scooters that has a traditional design, size, and wheels.

UberScoot 1600w 48v Electric Scooter

UberScoot 1600w 48v Electric Scooter: photo

While this is a little more expensive than most other scooters, the power and off-road capabilities are worth the cost. The top speed is 30 miles per hour, it can reach 12 miles in a single charge, it only takes 6 to 8 hours to fully charge, and it can carry up to 265 pounds.

UberScoot is a brand that is growing in popularity because of its unique design and appearance. They have thousands of dealerships that carry dozens of models of all types; foldable, traditional, seated, off-road, and more

7 Best-Selling Off-Road Electric Scooters Comparative Table