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  1. Freemotion is proud to announce that it will be honoring InMotion’s warranty extension on the v13. It’s now 24 months on the controller, main board and motor. And 18 months for the battery. Freemotion currently has the InMotion v13 in stock! https://freemotionshop.com/product/inmotion-v13 -challenger/
  2. Gotway is clearly the step child on this forum. If a new comer or even a experience rider asks about what EUC to buy, somehow Gotawy will always have (even if only as an addendum) a "unreliable" up to dangerous tag associated with it. The only "seat-of'the pants" evidence that Gotway is even remotely less reliable than the other brands is Jason's statement about 15% early failure rate on the Tesla and I believe ACM2. I call this seat-of-pants rather than empirical because it reflects only the experiences of one vendor, no matter how large and doesn't include the entire Gotway line. With new batches coming out on a regular basis there is no follow-up to see if that high percentage continues and whether the MCM5 and Monsters have the same 15% problem. Conversely advocates of the other brands proclaim reliable immortality for their brands, and pooh-pooh problems with current and new models with every form of excuse or denial known to man. I don't care if we all agree or get along. I do, however, hope, if only for good manners, people discuss their personal e-wheel experiences and not pass along hear-say or conjecture. Unlike some I have no personal attachment to inanimate objects other than my satisfaction with the service they perform. I have dug through the muck of posts and tried to discern what useful information is found. I currently have come to the following "Opinions": Gotways are the performance leaders at every wheel size. Gotways seem to use materials and construction techniques to cut cost corners and have a poor QA section if any. If the poor QA standards don't bite you in the butt at delivery or slightly after, however, you are likely to have a wheel that performs as reliably as any other brand. King Song - Turned around earlier problems with initials models by moving to superb design-fit-n-finish practices and by having an effective QA component. They choose to install built-in performance limitations that keeps their wheels from performing through the 80% battery life at as high a level as the Gotways. Inmotion - high fit-n-finish and probably very reliable from the early models through the V8. They have a loyal following that is likely to upgrade and stay brand loyal. The new V10/V10F seems to be built to the same high standard as the V8 if not better. It is a robust wheel which plays more like a 17" setup than 16". It has some problems that "appear" to be firmware related in the initial batches. Ninebot - Created the "Model T", the wheel of the people in the E+. As "Ian" of Speedy Feet" stated "It is a proper bruiser .." It was tough as nail, had no frills, and at least on sale, was affordable by most interested parties. They made other "intro" wheels with only the "P" being a total failure. I can speculate on their strategy with the Z6 - Z10, but I will wait for them to get in the hands of the public and tell their "actual" story. If you suffer from "Insomnia" reads as many of my post as possible at bed time. Cheers!
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