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Dot Electric Skateboard

Dot Boards have created a new, modular electric skateboard that is the result of 30 years of expertise, as well as six years of research and development. The Dot electric skateboard is powered by a patent-pending hub motor system and features modular, upgradeable components enabling the dot board to change and grow with people’s needs. Our pick from their lineup is the long-range and powerful Dot Transporter. It is capable of hitting 24 mph (40 kmh), has a range of 24 miles (40 km), and comes with a standard configuration of two motors and two batteries. You also have the option to add up to four batteries and the larger 120mm comfort wheels. The Dot board also features LED taillights of adjustable brightness, but one of the biggest remaining differences is the handheld controller with a pressure-sensitive, soft silicone hand throttle.



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