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  • Two-wheel electric scooters hit the streets, gain popularity

    Logan Meis, 20, a videographer living in Overland Park, recently purchased a two-wheeled electronic self balancing scooter. The rechargeable, hands-free device allows him to zip around his apartment complex with ease. The device, kind of a cross between a Segway and a skateboard is gaining in popularity.

Two-wheel electric scooters hit the streets, gain popularity

Logan Meis, 20, a videographer living in Overland Park, recently purchased a two-wheeled electronic self balancing scooter. The rechargeable, hands-free device allows him to zip around his apartment complex with ease. The device, kind of a cross between a Segway and a skateboard is gaining in popularity.
Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com