The Jetson Quest electric scooter is the latest two-wheeled EV that I’ve had the chance to try out. On the surface it may seem like any other electric scooter, but a closer look reveals some nice features that other electric scooters are lacking. At a certain point, all-electric scooters are somewhat similar. They’ve all got a deck supporting two-wheels, a tall stem and a narrow set of handlebars. For its part, Jetson has included some excellent features in the Quest that make it well worth the $599 price (or $499 on sale now!) That’s been a theme with other Jetson products we’ve tried: good micro-mobility products at great prices. As usual, let’s start by checking out the tech specs to see what this electric scooter is packing under the hood. The Jetson Quest is very nicely made. It looks and feels like a premium scooter. It has a solid folding mechanism, flowing lines around the digital dash and faux leather hand grips complete with chrome accents. This might be a bit superficial, but I just really like how classy the scooter looks. Many other electric scooters have such utilitarian designs. I’m a big fan of the aesthetics of the Jetson Quest. I’ve ridden a pile of different e...