Nope. "The future" is still not coming even in Taiwan. The most popular e-scooter we got here in Taiwan is called Gogoro ,with the largest spread battery rental system in the market. They have about 500 battery exchange station and 120,000 batteries in the whole system , which cost them 3 years to expand. Still, leave the west coast urban area 50km & you're pretty much f&#ked. Yes it has a claimed range of 100km with 2 charged batteries, but they won't tell you it will only made it if you keep it under 30km/h without up hills and no redlights. Also , they won't tell you that you will pretty much never had chance to get any fully charged batteries in peak time. There's simply not enough batteries for the users and not enough range to leave the urban area. It would be worse for user self charge system like Kymco Ionex with the charging time. If your daily commute is not short range & slow speed, a petrol burning thingy might be the better choice for now.