Rider Tips

Scooter Operation

Moving

Right Paddle: Press to Accelerate

Left Paddle: Press to engage Electric Braking

Rear Foot brake: Press rear fender with foot to activate

Tip: Use both brakes simultaneously to increase stopping power


Light

Press button once to toggle on/off


Speed Mode

Segway: Press button twice to cycle through modes (Red S = fastest)

Light: Upper button or lower button to cycle through modes. (3 = fastest)


Riding

  • Wear standard security equipment (helmets, elbow pads, knee pads)
  • Inspect the scooter. Do not ride it, if it does not function properly
  • Understand the operating procedures (go, stop, hard stop)
  • No Stunts! (wheelie, jumps, skidding, etc.)
  • Stay Aware! Concentrate on Your Surroundings. Be Conscious of barriers (potholes, grates, curbs)
  • Avoid slippery surfaces, damp/wet roads
  • Ride Solo
  • Obey Traffic Rules
  • Slow down for pedestrians
  • Do not use a scooter during storms

Security

Locking

Never leave a scooter unattended. In the event that you have no choice, here are some tips.

  • A folded scooter indicates that it is not a public scooter.
  • Handlebars can be removed. Always secure the wheel, or neck and wheel. (options A and B)
  • When securing the neck, be sure to make sure the lock will cannot be moved around the front wheel. (option C)
  • All locks can be broken. Do not make it easy for a criminal.

Option A

Lock the rear wheel and the main shaft of the folded scooter.

The displayed locking method can be done vertically (as shown) or horizontally.

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Option B

Lock only the back wheel.

The displayed locking method can be done unfolded (as shown) or folded (later shown).

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Option C

Ensure the lock cannot be moved around the front wheel when secured. Do not use this method if the lock can be moved around the front wheel.

Lock around the neck between the standing board and the front wheel.

The displayed locking method can be done unfolded (as shown) or folded (later shown).

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Charging

  • Do not fully discharge the battery. Don't run it to 0%.
  • Partial charging is ok. It does not need to be fully charged.
  • Batteries like to be cool - do not let it get too hot while in use, while charging, or during storage. Avoid hot cars and long sun exposure.
  • It is ok for the battery to stay connected to the charger. It will not overcharge. However, it is recommended to disconnect whenever possible.
  • Li-ion batteries will slowly discharge over time.