Whenever you ride an Electric Scooter, Ebike, Hoverboard, Minipro, Gokart, Electric Unicycle, and other products not limited to the aforementioned, you risk serious injury or death from collisions, falls, or loss of consciousness. We cannot cover all situations where injury or death may occur. OPERATORS MUST USE GOOD JUDGMENT AND AVOID HAZARDS AND DANGERS that they may encounter when riding.
By purchasing it, you accept the inherent risks of operating this product. We will not be held responsible for death or injuries relating to the scooter. The user will be fully responsible for his/her own safety while riding/scooting. We suggest user ride it with helmet and guards.
Like any other of your devices, your electric scooters, AKA Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs) should be properly taken care of to remain in good working condition.
Here are some tips for you!~
IMPORTANT: Before performing any maintenance works on your e-scooter, make sure to POWER OFF the scooter, and DISCONNECT ANY CHARGER!
- Dust all exposed parts of your scooter using a soft, smooth, dry microfibre cloth.
- Clean with a slightly damped cloth with either a small amount of liquid detergent or glass cleaner.
- Wipe the scooter seats with soft disinfectant wipes.
- DO NOT get any of the electrical components wet. Gently dust instead.
- DO NOT spray water or liquid cleaners directly onto the scooter.
- DO NOT use wax, oil or harsh cleaners.
- Finish up by wiping the e-scooter gently with a dry cloth until it is completely dry.
- Drape a cover over your e-scooter to protect it against dust built-up.
- Check tire treads daily for wear and tear. Replace thinning/bald tires.
- Check battery voltage. Always remember to re-charge when the battery is low and replace damaged batteries to avoid further damage on the device.
- Adjust moveable parts such as steering bar, wheels, seat, levers, etc., to ensure consistent functioning.
- AVOID riding your scooter on rainy days, and/or if the ground is wet because this may submerge the electric system of your e-scooter, in result may injure you or damage the device.
- AVOID overcharging the battery, especially leaving it to charge overnight.
- When charging such batteries, place them on hard, flat surfaces to allow optimal dissipation of heat.
- DO NOT place the charging battery near combustible materials.