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Electric Scooter Good Daily Maintenance Part C
Apr 18, 2018

Tires: Your scooter owner's manual lists the proper PSI to which tires should be inflated; this information is also often printed on the tire itself. Check tires for wear and tear, bald spots, and tread depth. Also make sure that the valve stems are secure and are not leaking air from the tires.

 

Battery: Check the wiring, battery terminals and cables to make sure they are securely connected and do not show signs of corrosion. If any sign of wear, corrosion, or damage is evident, contact a repair center immediately and do not use the scooter until the problem has been fixed. Electrical defects can cause serious injury or leave you stranded far from home. If a replacement battery is necessary, properly dispose of your old battery in accordance with state and local laws. Usually, the retailer from which you purchase a new battery will be glad to dispose of the old one for you.

 

Even if you haven't used your electric scooter much during the week, remove the battery, allow an hour or two for it to cool to room temperature, and then fully charge it. The charge unit should only be used in a well-ventilated area, and the air vents in the charge unit should be free of obstruction to prevent fire hazards. If dust or dirt has accumulated on the charge unit, spray the vent clean with some canned air, which is available at almost any supermarket or office supply retailer. Never use water or other liquid cleaners on batteries and chargers, and don't store batteries and chargers in places where moisture exposure is a concern.


Fuses: Inspect all fuses on your scooter and battery charger for burnout. If a fuse needs to replaced, consult your scooter owner's manual to obtain the proper amperage for new fuses. Using the wrong fuse type can cause damage to your scooter's electrical system.


Nuts and Bolts: Check all nuts and bolts on your scooter to make sure they are tight and secure. Components held together by nuts and bolts should not vibrate during motion. Use a wrench and some Locktite sealant on the threading to prevent nuts and bolts from slipping.

 

Lever Controls and Cables: All levers and cables should be firmly attached and properly adjusted. Use a light industrial lubricant on the throttle and brake cables.


Washing Your Scooter: Use a soft, damp rag to clean the scooter's exterior. Never use a water hose to wash down an electric scooter; this will almost certainly expose the electrical system to excess moisture and cause a malfunction.


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