· Electric Scooters Advisories
· Electric Scooters Helmets
· Electric Scooters Protective
· Electric Scooters Ridding Tips
· Electric Scooters Ridding Tips II
· Electric Scooters Safety
· Helmet Replacement
· Motorized Scooter Safety
· Scooter & Bike Helmets
· Scooter Safety Guide
- Scooters are wheeled vehicles. Riding a wheeled vehicle contains certain inherent risks.
Riding a bike, skates or a skateboard can have similar risks as riding an electric scooter.
Riding an electic scooter is dangerous and serios injury or death is possible.
- Wear an ANSI or Snell approved helmet at all times when riding an electric scooter.
Be sure to always eep the chinstrap securely buckled. Failure to wear an approved helmet
may result in serious injury or death.
- For electric scooters, wet weather impairs traction, braking, and visibility. The risk
of accident is dramatically increased in wet conditions.
- Riding at dusk, after dark, or at times of poor visibility is dangerous and can result
in serious injury or death since cars and other vehicles may not see an electric scooter rider.
An electric scooter rider may not be able to see obsticles in the path after dark.
- Failure to properly maintain the electric scooter may compromise steering action, which
could cause you to lose control and fall. Falling can cause serious injury or even death. Push
up and down on the handlebar to make sure that the lever is tight.
- Many scooter-related injuries and accidents involve children under the age of eight.
Scooters can travel very quickly, and children that age do not always have the judgement
or coordination to handle these high speeds. We do not recommend electric scooters to
anyone under 18 years of age.