Abstract: It's not as easy as what you imagine to ride a single wheel electric scooter. There are some constructive suggestions or safety warnings given by Airwheel.
In fact, electric scooter riding can be a hazardous activity. Scooters can and are intended to move, and it's therefore possible to get into dangerous situations or lose control to fall down from the vehicle.
When it's the first time to ride, you'd better wear safety equipment, such as helmet, knee pads and elbow pads. Wear a helmet when riding your scooter and keep the chinstrap securely buckled. Don't treat the electric hoverboard as a toy, and it's much safer not to take off shoes although you've already worn the safety equipment for head, knees and elbows.
In regards to the suitable people, it's parent's decision to allow his or her child to ride this product that should be based on child's maturity, skill and ability to follow rules. This scooter was manufactured for performance and durability, but it is not impervious to damage.
Trick riding only allowed in some open air without too many people around can overstress or damage any product, including this scooter, and the rider assumes all risk associated with high-stress activity.
Especially for beginner, the road condition fit for you to ride is a little limited. Ride on smooth, paved surface away from motor vehicles. Avoid sharp bumps, drainage grates and sudden surface changes. Self-balancing electric scooter may suddenly stop. Avoid streets and surface with water, sand, gravel, dirt, leaves and other debris. Wet weather impairs traction, braking and visibility.
Do not ride at night or in reduced visibility conditions despite the fact it is designed with taillights. Avoid excessive speed associated with downhill rides though the speed limit is 12 kilometers per hour. Considering that the vehicle can be invalid to the speed limit, it's much safer to ride a lower speed when it rolls on the downhill or uphill.