Battery Tips & Tricks

Your e-scooter battery should last up to 4 years under ideal conditions before you need to replace it. The following advice will help you keep a long battery life.

1. Keep your scooter in a dry place

Even though most e-scooters have a certain water-resistant level, you should never leave one outside in the rain. Keep your ride in a dry, comfortable atmosphere. Avoid leaving the scooter under the sun on a blazing hot day or in freezing cold conditions. These conditions will only damage the battery and substantially reduce its lifespan.

2. Avoid completely draining the battery

E-scooter batteries are different than the ones you find in your laptop or smartphone. Due to habit, it’s easy to ride the scooter until the battery gets depleted. Many individuals are unaware that an e-scooter battery’s life is shortened by completely draining it. Instead, make sure to charge it whenever you have the chance. Depending on the manufacturer, most e-scooter batteries have 500 to 1000 charge cycles. A complete battery charge cycle is from 100 to 0 and then back to 100. Manufacturers advise keeping the battery level on the device above 50% for the longest battery life. If you can maintain a charge of at least 80%, you will obtain the longest possible life.

3. Late is better than never

It’s necessary to charge your scooter when it needs to. After a brief trip, you can immediately recharge it. It’s best to let the scooter cool down for around 30 minutes after a longer ride before charging it. In addition to the above mentioned advice, avoid leaving a device with a significantly drained battery unattended for an extended period of time. For the longest possible battery life, you should charge it right away.

4. Use the Right Charger

E-scooter batteries are available in a range of sizes and forms. However, there is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to chargers. Only the charger that is included with each e-scooter battery at purchase is compatible with it to the fullest extent. You could be tempted to use any charger that fits if yours disappears or is broken. However, your battery’s health and life may suffer as a result. 

The alternative may not even be charging your device properly even if it does work. In the long run, undercharging or overcharging might cause irreversible harm. You need not to worry if the original charger is damaged or lost because a replacement is simple to obtain. For all types of batteries or models, we provide a large selection of scooter chargers. All you have to do is a little due diligence to ensure you get the right product. 

5. Keep the battery away from low and high temperature

Extremely low and high temperatures can shorten the life of an electric scooter’s battery. Battery manufacturers advise against storing batteries in extremely hot or cold environments. Additionally, make sure your battery is not placed on a surface made of metal or concrete. The reason for this is that these two surfaces can quickly drain a battery’s life because they are conductors.

6. Caution is vital

Never let your e-scooter charge when unattended. Additionally, you should avoid using or charging an e-scooter battery that is swollen or damaged. 

Nowadays, polymer lithium batteries, which must be handled with extreme caution, are used in the majority of e-scooters. A fire may start due to overheating, damage, or faulty charging. Therefore, avoid from letting the device charge overnight. To ensure safety, make sure you are constantly close by while it is charging.

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The act of managing your electric scooter battery life is the proper action to take in getting the best out of your electric scooter. You can also refer to the device manual for more tips on managing your electric scooter battery life.

You can always reach us for battery repairs, replacements or upgrades.

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