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Category: Electric Scooter Protection

Electric scooter riders do these 3 things to virtually never get a flat tyre again

Flat tyres are a fact of life for bicycles and electric scooters with pneumatic wheels. However, due to the smaller tyres, there is a chance that e-scooters have a higher chance of getting a flat tyre. While usually not life-threatening (most punctures happen without causing injury), a flat tyre is without exception a frustrating inconvenience. ...

How to Keep your E-Scooter Running Optimally

Electric scooter maintenance explained. How to properly care for your electric scooter to ensure it runs optimally.

Why are Li Ion Batteries so Popular?

An in depth tutorial on electric scooter Li Ion batteries and how to prolong the life of your electric scooter battery.

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How to take care of your Electric Scooter’s battery

How to prolong your electric scooter battery life. A typical Lithium Ion battery pack last between 1.5 -2 years.

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Confessions of a Scooterholic Part 2

To promote safe riding, we feature Arief, an Inokim rider of 2 years who shares his multiple accidents while riding his electric scooters and why he feels safe riding is important.

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Should there be mandatory insurance for users of electric scooters?

A recent spate of accidents involving electric scooters (or PMDs for short) have stirred up negative public sentiment on whether these electric scooters should be allowed on the pedestrian pathways. Some of these incidents have resulted in near fatal collisions so the level of public concern is not entirely misplaced. Other than the risk to public safety ...

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Will E-Scooter Insurance coverage make E-Scooter use more acceptable?

When buying a motorised vehicle like a car or a motorcycle, most if not all countries make it mandatory for the owners of motorised vehicles to purchase insurance coverage which will include third party liability, theft, and accidental damage. For e-scooter riders, with the concept being a relatively emerging one globally, its not too early ...