Four Tips for Electric Scooters

With the development of motor industry, electric scooters are becoming popular, which are lighter, smaller and more portable than electric bicycles. When we get a new electric scooter, we all want it to maintain its best performance and last long. Whether you're a seasoned electric scooter enthusiast or a curious novice, knowing the right tips and practices can significantly enhance your riding experience and ensure optimal performance.

Pre-ride inspection

Before starting your ride, it's crucial to perform a quick pre-ride check to make sure everything is in tip-top shape. This you can check for adequate tire pressure. Low tire pressure can negatively affect the performance of your electric scooter. Braking capacity is an important factor in the performance of an electric scooter and the brakes should be checked for any signs of wear or damage before you set off. Additionally, electric scooters have a limited range, so it's important to check the battery level in advance and plan your route so you don't run out of power.

Be prepared for safety

Safety is always your top priority when riding an electric scooter. So make sure you wear a helmet when you ride. Eyewear protection is also necessary, sunglasses or goggles protect your eyes from wind, debris and insects, ensuring a clear view and preventing eye irritation.

Riding techniques

Adapting to an electric scooter may be difficult for newcomers to electric scooters, and here we offer some tips for riding an electric scooter.

Maintain a balanced position: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, keeping your knees slightly bent to absorb bumps and maintain balance.

Smooth throttle application: Apply throttle smoothly to maintain a steady speed and avoid sudden acceleration or deceleration.

Be aware of the terrain around you; roads often have slight inclines or potholes, etc., which can affect your riding experience, so you can always be aware of your surroundings and choose to avoid them if necessary.


In addition to the above methods, regular maintenance is an important factor in keeping your electric scooter performing. You can clean your vehicle regularly, lubricate its moving parts, and regularly check for loose screws.


By following these four tips, you can maximize the performance and longevity of your electric scooter ride.

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