As most e-scooters have a folding mechanism, they can easily be taken on public and private transport.
However, we always advise checking the policy of the transport company before travelling. Please note that due to restrictions on transporting batteries, most of the products in our range cannot be taken on an aircraft.
At the moment, it’s against the law to ride an e-scooter on public highways, including pavements, in the UK and Ireland.
This is currently under UK Government review with a number of cities trialling the use of rental e-scooters. Unfortunately, we’re unable to provide information on when these trials will come to a conclusion or what the results will be.
We don’t recommend that you use an e-scooter if you’re close to or over the weight limit. E-scooters are designed to work properly and safely up to a maximum weight – often called a ‘maximum load’. Usage beyond this weight (e.g. a 95kg rider with a 10kg backpack riding an e-scooter rated to carry up to 100kg) can be hazardous and void the warranty, while increasing wear and tear on important components.
How often you need to service your e-scooter will depend on how often you use it.
If you are using your e-scooter every day we recommend checking it over once a week. Ensure that the tyre pressures are correct, there are no signs of excess wear and tear on key components and that all screws and bolts are securely fastened according to any instructions.
Yes, the e-scooters that we sell have an automatic cut off in the battery management system that will stop charging when the battery is full. We recommend keeping your battery charged up at every opportunity.
Regular charging is better for overall battery health and will help to increase the lifespan of the battery.