Almost every electric scooter has batteries placed in the standing deck. We all know that batteries are heavy and by doing this manufacturer lowers center of gravity.
In short, I’ll tell you this: When it comes to stability the lower center of gravity-it is the better.
Yes, when it comes to learning to ride electric scooter there is a learning curve. But people are falling off the bike as well... And one crucial thing!
When it comes to losing control, you have better chances to land on your feet if you are falling off electric scooter. When you start falling off your bike - well, that's it. There is no "landing on your feet" option...
Also, the whole construction is low, except handlebars, apparently.
All that provides enormous stability and cornering can be extremely well performed and fall down from scooter can be difficult. When I say difficult, I mean almost impossible. You have to be an expert to fall down or push your scooter over the limit, doing some tricks or something like that.
OK, maybe I exaggerated. Of course that you can fall, people falling all the time from everywhere. I fell of the chair few days ago. But all I'm saying that if you choose escooter over ebike you'll be more stable.
…I just wanted to say that if you are riding in normal or even some sportsmanlike mode, you are safe.