We would like to empower scooterists to make the correct safety decisions before embarking on their journeys. Whether this journey is for practical reasons or just for the enjoyment of being on an electric scooter, there will always be safety considerations to be made.
What is suitable clothing for a journey with my scooter?
A helmet is a must whenever riding a vehicle such as an e-scooter. Scooterists face similar dangers to that of cyclists, and whilst, very few incidents with electric scooters involve any form of injury, it certainly can pay-off to be more cautious than necessary.
With regards to less obvious forms of safety equipment; body protection such as knee-pads and elbow-pads are also a worthy investment to protect you from all sorts of cuts and abrasions.
Other than equipment, how else can I keep safe when riding my electric scooter?
Common sense really does go far when riding your electric scooter safely. When using your scooter for the first few times, we would recommend for you to steadily increase the speed until you feel completely comfortable with the limitations of your scooter.
Adjusting the tyre pressure to suit your weight and the environment is also very important. For more details regarding this, please read the article linked here.
Choosing the correct weather for your electric scooter is also vital. We wouldn't generally recommend for these scooters to be ridden in wet weather conditions, however, this can often be unavoidable. If you are caught in a sudden downpour, please slow down and become far more aware of your surroundings.
I am still unsure about something, who should I contact?
Please just submit a ticket and one of our customer service representatives will be with you shortly.