· Electric Scooter Alarms
· Electric Scooter Locks
· Moves Strangely Issue
· Range Decreased Issue
· Scooter Battery Issue
· Scooter Chargers
· Scooter Controller Issue
· Scooter Fuses, Wires, Etc.
· Scooter Motors
· Scooter Repair
· Scooter Stopped Issue
· Scooter Throttle
· Unusual Noises Issue
When it comes to your electric scooter, the battery is the key factor to that
scooter operating. Without the battery, you would simply have a scooter where
you would be doing all the work manually.
While this is an option, it defeats the purpose of buying an electric scooter
in the first place. You want a scooter that will be fun, convenient, and do
the work for you. If you do not have a battery that is working properly, you
will not have any of these things. The battery will vary in size, power, and
type from one electric model to another. Regardless of the kind of battery
your particular scooter has, it needs to be in tip-top working condition.
To ensure you always have a strong battery and one that is in the best operating
condition possible, you can do some things to check. Start by lightly touching
your battery after you have ridden for five miles. You should feel warmth coming
from the battery. If the battery is excessively hot, you could have a problem.
In addition, when a battery is tested, if it shows it being weak even after the
charge, then for some reason, the battery is not holding a charge. In this case,
you will need to replace the old battery with a new one.
Keep in mind that some batteries will have to be completely drained before they
can be recharged or they will not fully re-charge. For this reason, you need to
look for batteries that can be recharged no matter how much of the charge has
been used. For example, if you have a battery that has 50% of its charge used,
in some cases, you would have to wait until that battery goes all the way to
zero before you could charge it. The better option would be the battery that has
50% of its charge gone but can still be charged back up to 100%, starting at the
If you have any problems with your battery, check with the company where you
purchased your electric scooter to check on the battery's warranty. Although
it does not happen often, there can be occasions when a defective battery is
shipped out with the electric scooter. In this case, you would simply request
a new replacement battery.