I'd avoid that particular scooter for a number of reasons:
- Lead acid batteries are poor performers for this application
- Lead acid batteries are very heavy, three of them will be 20 lbs or more just for the battery, the whole scooter is probably 50 lbs.
- The bulky batteries under the foot deck raise the deck so much it will be impractical to assist it by kicking like a normal scooter.
- Brushed motors and chain drives make quite a racket.
If no one else will come out and say it, this thing is a piece of crap and will cause only headache and heartbreak.
If you want a scooter take a look at the Xaiomi M365 https://www.amazon.com/Xiaomi-Electric- ... /B076KKX4B
which is a modern design with lithium batteries and a brushless hub motor. I haven't tried one yet, but these are currently the model the Scooter as a Service
startups like Lime are littering the sidewalks of bay area cities with. People who have ridden them seem to like them and I would expect that the scooter startups looked for the best scooter. It would not be good business to strand a bunch of people with broken scooters.
That said, there are a fair number of negative Amazon reviews, so I'd expect some risk of getting a dud. They also seem to be a hot item as they are currently out of stock.