The Scoot Quad is a new four-wheeler electric car that is based on the Renault Twizy. This vehicle will be integrated into Scoot's existing fleet of vehicles, as the company looks to eventually evolve over time into a light-electric vehicle sharing company.
On the road, the Scoot Quad's narrow wheelbase and short length makes it fun and easy to navigate. The top speed is limited to 25 miles per hour which is sufficient for many city streets, though drivers would need to avoid the major high-speed thoroughfares and urban highways in order to avoid annoying others on the road.
If you're interested in driving a Scoot Quad, you may need to temper your excitement unless you live in San Francisco, the only city in which the vehicle is currently available -- although Scoot is planning to expand into an as yet unnamed second city.
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