Instructions for driving and using a hoverboard
Due to the increased interest of our customers in the electric self-balancing scooter, or as the popular rack-up and the many questions about how to fight, who can do it and where appropriate, we want to be as useful as possible in this article with full Product directions.
After unpacking the hoverboard, it is desirable to follow the following steps:
Charging the battery:
Most hoverboards are equipped with a built-in LiFePO4 battery. Before using the scooter for the first time, you must charge the battery fully.
Plug one end of the power cord into the honeycomb. Plug the other end of the power cord into a grounded electrical outlet. An indicator red light on the charger will light up.
Charging can take up to 3-4 hours. The charger light will turn green, meaning charging is complete.
Batch Level Indicator:
Once you fully charge the battery, the indicator on the hoverboard will turn green when you turn it on. Here’s what the lights on the hoverboard:
IMPORTANT: With an extremely low battery level, the hoverboard will slow down and you will feel tire shaking while you drive it. If this happens, please stop using it immediately and turn it off. Do not try again to operate it before recharging the battery.
Where can I drive my new hoverboard?
The electric self-balancing scooter / ESBS or hoverbord / is intended for use indoors or on exposed very smooth surfaces.
Find a spacious place, safe and with a minimal amount of surrounding objects.
Keep your body in an upright position but relatively relaxed. Adjust your body on the hoverboard and step wide on it close to its wheels.
Be careful! Look in all directions before heading off!
Hold your hands comfortably in front of you.
Do not wear a music headset while riding so you can react in any situation adequately.
As you learn, drive slowly and safely. Never accelerate aggressively and do not jump!
Always wear a helmet and extra protectors.
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Never manage a hoverboard barefoot with open shoes / flip flops and heels.
Make sure the battery is charged
WARNING: If you use a hoverboard, always choose a safety helmet and make sure the helmet is the right size. Check your helmet to make sure it is in good condition and follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Any helmet involved in an accident should be replaced. The helmet can not protect you from injuries in any accident!
7 Steps to Manage
Once you have charged the battery, please follow these simple steps to manage:
4. Tilt your body back to reduce or stop. If you continue to tilt back, you will go back.
5. To turn right, slightly tilt your left foot forward. To turn left, slightly tilt your right foot.
6. To rotate, tilt one leg forward and the other back.
7. When you are ready to stop, reduce, stop and descend first with one and then with the other foot of the platform. Turn off the hoverboard. If you do not turn it off, the electric scooter will stand for 5 minutes waiting to move again without switching off. After 5 minutes, it will turn off automatically.
REMEMBER: Do not lift the hoverboard from the ground when it is switched on. Do not include the hoverboard while in the air because it can be hurt.
The electric self-balancing scooter has built-in Bluetooth pillars. This allows you to enjoy listening to your favorite music from your smartphone while enjoying your favorite hoverboard. To do so, you need to connect the SMART to ESBS.
1. Turn on the hoverboard
2. Turn on your smartphone in Bluetooth search mode
3. Connect to a Bluetooth device
Check that the green indicator light is on before you get on. If it does not light, it means that the hoverboard is not loaded and you may fall.
Do not step into the center of the platform.
Remember to always be upright and lightly relaxed.
Practice to stop.
If you stepped one foot on the platform when the ESBS is on, keep the platform level because if it is inclined, the ESBS will start to move.
Make sure you go to places where the hoverboard can go with its slant.
IMPORTANT: The maximum ESBS speed is 10 km / h. When you reach the maximum speed, ESBS will issue a beep. DO NOT EXPERIENCE TO INCREASE MORE SPEED, THAT YOU WILL FALL. After the maximum speed, the engine does not have enough power to stop you. Tilt your body back and slow down.
The electric self-balancing scooter (ESBS) is intended for use indoors or outdoors on smooth and even surfaces. However, to prevent loss of grip, you should always be careful when you manage it and learn to identify and avoid slippery and wet pavements, holes, slopes and any other dangerous obstacles.
Stop and drop off ESBS under uncertain management conditions.
Hoverboard tires should have grip on the ground so that you can get on it. When slipping occurs, ESBS may lose grip to lose control and fall. Sharp maneuvers, carnage in the vicinity of slippery pavements, small objects and obstacles can lead to loss of control over ESBS.
- Always watch out!
- Avoid riding on slippery and wet surfaces, or any such that may cause slipping.
- Never jump with two legs from and to ESBS.
- Avoid sharp maneuvers such as quick start or stop.
- Avoid riding around small objects as well as gravel, stones, sand and the like.
- Do not go through puddles
- Do not cross slopes.
- Avoid sharp turns.
- Avoid holes, dents, protrusions, puddles and other obstacles.
- Avoid any flooring from which you can hit under the ESBS.
- Be careful when switching from one floor to another.
- Avoid the thresholds.
- Do not drive hoverbord in the dark or when your visibility is reduced and you can not see clearly around you.
- Stay in the center of a narrow or raised floor, far enough from the edge.
- Do not go forward when you are ready to go down. Always go back.
- Never place your foot directly behind the tire when you go out. The hoverboard can go back and hit your feet.