How to Ride an Electric Scooter Safely for First Learners

  • Before a ride, always check the tires, brakes, and bolts.

If one of them came free while you were riding, it might be very dangerous and lead to an accident.


  • Wear a helmet and start out slowly.

Wearing a helmet prevents head injuries, as does driving slowly when you are learning how to ride a scooter properly.


  • When riding on a sidewalk, you should always be on the lookout for cars and go slowly.

You need to be extra cautious when passing by autos because they won't move over for you.

There are a lot of people on the sidewalk, so you need to ride carefully to avoid hitting anyone. In particular, children and animals can suddenly dash in your direction.


  • Avoid riding in the rain.

It is for the scooter's and the rider's safety.

When it rains, the roads may get very slick, which is risky for a beginner rider. Additionally, the battery can sustain water damage, which is not covered by our warranty.


With the advice above, I have no doubt that you can manage it on the road.

Happy and safe travels to you!