You are therefore not allowed to ride your e-scooter on pedestrian paths. Driving in pedestrian zones is also strictly prohibited. On private property, where the road traffic regulations do not apply, you can drive your e-scooter wherever you want.
However, as with cycling, it is highly recommended that you wear a helmet as you will be riding your e-scooter on public roads in most cases and a helmet is important to mitigate head injuries in the event of a fall or accident.
The speed limit is twenty kilometers per hour. Scooters that can travel at speeds higher than twenty kilometres per hour are therefore not permitted on the road.
For rough guidance, a lithium-ion takes less time to fully charge for the same volume. But of course, the charging time also depends on the storage capacity.
So if you value a short charging time, you should choose a model with a lithium-ion battery. However, these batteries are more expensive and usually a price driver for e-scooters.
If you participate in public traffic with your e-scooter without insurance, you are committing an offence that is punishable by a fine. In addition, in the worst case scenario, you will have to pay for any damage caused if you have an accident.