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Riding an electric scooter through New York's Central Park

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Libert-e Motors' all-electric mopeds spout no emissions and take up less than half the space of a car. They might be the quietest and most energy-efficient way to see the New York skyline fly by.

What's the best way to ride through New York City's Central Park?

No, not a horse-drawn carriage. How about an electric scooter?

Libert-e Motors' all-electric mopeds spout no emissions and take up less than half the space of a car. Available in two models, the One and the faster Xero, they might be the quietest and most energy-efficient way to see the New York skyline fly by.

Here's Mark Licea with the scoop on CNET's Green Show:

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