Of course, they can. You just have to purchase off-road hoverboards. These perform on roads and can actually perform well off-road. By off-roads, we mean anything that isn’t a plain, smooth road without any obstacles in it.
It actually depends on which brand you pick and what your specifications are. If you do not mind allowances here and there, you can get cheap off-road hoverboards. If you want the best of everything, you will have to pay more. However, reasonable prices are up too. You can go above 250 dollars and count all the way up.
Regular hoverboards can only run on smooth and plain surfaces. Sturdy, off-road hoverboards can ride on a couple of surface types. These include gravel, concrete, asphalt, etc.
Yes. If you have the necessary specifications on your hoverboard that allow it to travel on grass, you can do it. All you need is a great motor, some super sturdy wheels, and safety to cover grassy terrains.
Since every off-road hoverboard claims that it is built for all terrains, you can definitely use your hoverboard on snow. But not many have tried it. You can try it, though, making sure that the board and you are both into it. The board should have water-resistant features and cold-resistant features too if you don’t want it damaged from melting snow.
Most hoverboards do not do well on wet pavements. Unless your hoverboard manufacturer or fellow users who have tried it explicitly claim so, and unless you see a reason why not, it should do well on wet pavements.
Yes, absolutely, alright. But again, be sure to clean up the mess. You can have all your fun if you are suddenly stuck in or find yourself in a shortcut that makes you cross a puddle with your hoverboard, but when you get home, clean the thing for longer use!
Make sure that you can coordinate your body and the board’s movement. Then make sure it isn’t too speedy, the wheels are metal, the motor is solid, and the weight capacity is decent. And the safety certification too!