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In the first place, the matters need attention about the Airwheel electric scooter battery pack will be discussed. A high-voltage lithium battery pack is built-in. Please read carefully of the User Manual and obey the rules to use, store, transport and recycle. Do not touch the batter contacts. Do not open/puncher and avoid batter contacts to touch metals, or it may cause shortcut. Otherwise, the above behaviors may cause battery damage or casualties. Charge only using the original charger or it may cause damage/fire. Improper disposal of waste battery may cause serious environment pollution. Please abide by local laws and regulations. Do not dispose of it at random to protect environment.
Also, a safe ride requires riders’ safety awareness. Do not run the red lights even though there is no car on the road. Waiting for decades of second or one minute do not bring you too much loss. While the cost of running the red lights is so high that no one wants to see the tragedy. Do not go in the wrong direction. Roads are full of vehicles moving forwards and backwards. Going in the wrong direction will lead to crash which may turn into serious accidents.
Besides, Airwheel lightweight electric hoverboard is equipped with comprehensive protection systems. First, to protect riders from injuries caused by velocity, Airwheel sets a maximum speed. Low battery protection frees riders from concerns about lacking power. When power level falls lower than 15%, all four lights will blink and the buzzer will beep. The front end of the pedal will sink to force you to decelerate and eventually stop. When the unit tilts to over 45° sideways, e.g., when Airwheel electric unicycle turns over, the control system will activate tilting protection. The motor will stall immediately to avoid injuries.
Airwheel intelligent electric scooter hopes each rider can travel safely and enjoy a happy riding life.
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