Hoverboards were the hottest gadget for quite some time, all around the world. A pair of wheels, a gyroscope, a dynamic stabilization system, two strong electric motors and a very big, rechargeable lithium battery brought a smile to many families for a modest price of about $300. You can find the cheapest ones for around $100, but I wouldn’t recommend those, and the most expensive ones are around the $1000 range, but they often boast useless features like a Bluetooth speaker or some other tacky gadget.
Easy to use and intuitive, they’re best suited for children from 13 to 25. There are many concerns about the safety of hoverboards, and the innumerable “epic fail” videos on Youtube depicting people falling or crashing their board gives them a bad reputation. Actually, the low maximum speed is where the safety lies; at low speeds, almost every accident ends up being a small scratch or bruise instead of a severe one like a lesion, concussion or bone fracture. Hoverboard go kart is far safer than dirt bikes, scooters, and bikes.