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  • 2-Prong Battery Chargers
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    Electric scooters that requires 2-prong chargers are not as common as scooters with the ubiquitous 3-prong or XLR examples. Nevertheless, there are a number of Rad2Go, Sola, and X-Treme brand scooters that were made to use a 2-prong 24 volt scooter charger, or the less common 2-prong 36 volt charger.

    Almost as important as the connector type, a scooter's voltage and amperage requirements determine the correct charger. A 24 Volt scooter charger will be in one of several different amperage ratings depending on the brand and model; the same for 36 volt scooter chargers. There is unfortunately no "one size fits all" charger that is compatible for all electric scooters. The relatively few number of scooters using 2-prong chargers, (specifically Rad2Go, Sola, and X-Treme models), means that finding the right charger for your scoot at a big-box department store is slim. Monster Scooter Parts is always here for you with the correct 2-prong battery charger.

    It would be practically impossible to list every electric scooter with its proper charger, so please consult our FAQ section regarding this subject for advice on selecting the proper size scooter battery charger:

    Scooter Charger Selection FAQ