What We Should Pay Attention to Riding Electric Self-balancing Scooters

  • Source:Airwheel

Abstract: More and more people are keen on riding electric hoverboard now for it's convenient to get around in the city. But there're still some notices we should pay attention to keep safe and comfortable when riding the scooter.

Do not allow your child to ride a scooter in any areas where vehicle traffic is present. Child must maintain in a hold of the assistant strap at all times until he can grasp the skill to control the scooter.

 

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Never use it near steps, sloped driveways, hills, roadways, alleys or swimming pool areas. If you want to ride it on the road, please choose the bike lanes. So don't try speed competition with cars since they are not the same species without any comparability. Sometimes maybe you will be curious about the unicycle how fast it can be, and then try to speed competition with car, remember, don't do that ever. If you run into an accident, the people who care about you will be quite worried.

 

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Though the advertisement says it can be suitable for any weather conditions, you cannot be a naive child to totally believe in it. Don't ride it on a rainy day. The rain or water can affect the performance of the electric unicycle. In order to avoid slipping and falling, you should not use it on a rainy day. Don't ride it too fast on the road. There may be a car or a cat suddenly out of the road, causing traffic accidents.

 

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Don't ride the electric air board on the road after getting drunk. Drunk riding is not helpful to keep balance, and at the same time, it may cause you to speed up unconsciously, which is likely to lead to accidents and injuries.

In summary, keep these notes in mind when riding a scooter for the activity itself is a little dangerous. The suggestions collected by Airwheel allow you to have a smooth and safe ride.

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