Affiliate Disclosure

This Affiliate Disclosure was first published on April 12, 2021 & modified to encompass a new affiliate program on February 23, 2022.

This Affiliate Disclosure details the affiliate relationships that Renee McKinney at Scooters for Newbies has with other companies and products. Going forward, “I” = Renee.

How do affiliate programs work?

Throughout the articles on this site, I recommend products and services from other companies like Amazon, Etsy, Revzilla, and SIP-Scooter Shop. If you click on a link that takes you to one of those sites to make a purchase, I may earn a commission that has no direct costs to you.

These affiliate links contain a tracking code that lets those companies know I sent you, but I have no visibility into who clicks, doesn’t click or buys anything.

Are the recommendations unbiased?

I spend a lot of time researching products that I believe will suite other scooter enthusiasts like you! All reviews are my own from actually buying these products. There are no sponsored posts on this blog.

If I do receive a product in the future, these will be disclosed as a sponsored post. I work hard to be transparent!

What affiliate programs is Scooters for Newbies part of?

Scooters for Newbies is a participant in affiliate advertising programs designed to provide a means for website owners to earn advertising fees for linking to sites to purchase products or services from.

Scooters for Newbies is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.

In addition, we also participate in affiliate programs that serve as affiliate hubs that handle the programs for variety of sites. The programs we participate in are below:

Affiliate ProgramSite We Refer You To
ADCELLSIP-ScooterShop.com
AwinEtsy.com
ImpactRevzilla.com
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