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Information on owning a gas or electric scooter.

It is our sincere wish that you enjoy your purchase for many years to come.
In order to lengthen the life of your item, increase user safety and help promote reliable operation of your gas or electric scooter there are a few things you should know that will be required of you when owning and operating a fold up scooter. Please take a moment to read the following.

Do I need any mechanical skills?
For gas or electric scooters you should have at least a basic understanding of bicycle mechanics or know someone that does and will perform repairs and maintenance on your gas or electric scooter for you.  You should be willing and able to perform simple tests to aid the manufactures support staff  in diagnosis, should that need arise.

You will need to complete assembly.
Our gas and electric scooters are shipped at least 95% assembled.
Items such as main fuse, front wheel, seat, handlebars, accessories or other parts may require assembly and  installation by the end user. Upon completion of assembly you need to check ALL nuts, bolts, fasteners etc. for proper tightness.  Inflate the  tires on your new gas or electric scooter to their proper inflation psi.  PSI value is in your owners manual and is also molded on the side of the scooter tire.
Make sure the main fuse is installed, Charge the batteries for a minimum of 8 hours before you ride the electric scooter.
You will need to maintain your gas or electric scooter.
Electric scooter common maintenance will include but is not limited to, checking all nuts and bolts for tightness, adjusting chain or drive belts, adjusting brakes, maintaining proper air pressure in your tires and repairing a flat tire.
Gas scooter common maintenance will include but is not limited to, checking all nuts and bolts for tightness, (gas scooters vibrate which can loosens nuts and bolts. engine mounting bolts are especially vulnerable to loosening), adjusting chain or drive belts, adjusting brakes, checking, adjusting or replacing spark plug, repairing fuel leaks, maintaining proper air pressure in your tires and repairing a flat tire.

Warranty Repairs.
Should warranty repairs be necessary you will be responsible for "changing out" the part(s) yourself. All manufactures warranties are replacement parts only. View warranty details here.



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