Are your scooters legal in my state / city?
Electric scooters are relatively new and regulations differ widely. Our customers are responsible for ensuring a legal operation in line with local rules and regulations. Electric scooters are the future and we believe that with the continued rise of scooter sharing companies and the accompanying rise in popularity of electric scooters, more and more cities will pass favorable regulations. We collected some more information in our blog.
ONLY YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING YOU OPERATE YOUR SCOOTER IN LINE WITH LOCAL LAWAS AND REGULATIONS.
How long does it take to learn how to ride?
Everyone is different but from our personal experience, you can get on the board and ride away. We recommend you start slowly and always wear protective gear.
What is the maximum speed and range of my electric scooter?
It always depends on the model of the scooter, weight of the rider, road conditions, riding speed. In our product description, we call out realistic estimates based on a 170lb rider, flat road conditions and average speed.
Are your scooters safe to ride?
The safety of any electric scooter is dependent on its components, especially the battery. We only work with suppliers that adhere to minimum product safety standards. Our batteries are either from Korean manufactures like LG and Samsung or Chinese cells that have undergone rigorous testing and/or have proven reliable over time.
Each scooter has its own capabilities and limitations - please read the manual before use and start slowly. Always wear protective gear like helmets, knee/elbow pads and wrist guards.
Can I ride my electric scooter in the rain?
We do not recommend using your scooter in the rain or in wet conditions. The road is more slippery and it will take you longer to brake. If you ever get caught in the rain, our scooters are still safe to use. They are water resistant - just wipe them down once you get back home. Electrical equipment and water do not go well together.