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Weight all your options with a thoughful pro and con template. Look at how the stakeholders, those who will be impacted by this decisions, will be impacted. Look at the risks associated with this decision.
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Side by Side versus one foot forward and one foot backwards on an electric scooter

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Side by side advantages

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You can see on the left or the right easier especially backwards 
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Your feet are farther from the wheels. This reduces the impact of bumps which keeps you safer and more comfortable. 
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It's easier to bend your knees. 
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Your legs stabilize each other. 
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One foot forward and one foot backwards advantages

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Easier to break on the back wheel 
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Keep your right foot forwards and then it's easier to see to your right and back which is where most cars are. 
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It's easier to brace yourself from acceleration and deceleration 
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Side by side problems

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You always feel like you are pushing or pulling against the handlebars or leaning backwards or forwards when you are stopping and starting unless you brace yourself. 
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Hard to see completely behind yourself. 
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Narrow boards and big feet can make this difficult. 
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One foot forward and one foot backwards problems

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The farther the distance between your the greater the impact from bumps. 
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It's less comfortable to have a slight bend in your knees and so bumps can hurt or even worse they can throw you off the board. 
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It is hard to see to your right side if you right leg is forward. 
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Conclusion

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I prefer the side by side. Most people that I see on the roads tend to sue side by side or to keep the front not too far ahead of the back. 
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I believe the bumps visibility are big enough issues that when riding in a city it's better to go side by side. 
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If you can't handle the accelerator when going side by side, accelerate slower. 
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