Safety Instructions & Risk Disclaimer

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WARNING

THIS MANUAL CONTAINS IMPORTANT SAFETY, PERFORMANCE, OPERATION, AND

SERVICE INFORMATION. Read this manual thoroughly before you take the first ride on

your new E-SCOOTER, and keep it for reference. Whenever you ride this electric kick

scooter, you risk serious or fatal injury from loss of control, collisions, and falls. When

riding, USE COMMON SENSE AND GOOD JUDGMENT.

NOTE

Manual illustrations are for demonstration purposes only, may not reflect the exact

appearance of actual product. Specifications subject to change without notice.

The listed information in this manual is important for you. For your safety, please

read these operating instructions thoroughly before riding, and please follow these

Instructions.

This manual applies to your E-SCOOTER electric kick scooter (hereinafter referred

to as scooter or this product).

When entering into public spaces always comply with the local laws and

regulations.

Always check in with your local municipalities and find out whether the

electric kick scooter is allowed in your area. Please follow relevant traffic laws and

regulations set forth by the government and regulatory agencies.

DUBAISCOOTERS is not responsible for any property

damage, personal injury or fatality, accidents, or legal disputes caused by violations

of the safety instructions.

If you need more information, please visit www.dubaiscooters.ae or email us: [email protected]

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING

For your safety, please read these operating instructions very carefully. Failure to follow

these safety instructions can lead to serious accidents and serious damage.

DUBAISCOOTERS shall not be liable for any financial losses, physical injuries,

accidents, legal disputes, and other interest conflicts resulted from actions that violate

user instructions.

CAUTION

Please remember that whenever you ride the scooter, you risk injury from loss of control,

collisions, and falls. You need to practice and master your riding skills to minimize

potential accidents or safety hazards, you can reduce the risk by following all the

instructions and warnings in this manual, but you cannot eliminate ALL the risks. Please

remember, safety risks related to road traffic cannot be entirely avoided, once you

entered a public road, you’re exposed to potential risk of road accidents.

Always comply with local laws and regulations when riding this product. Do not ride

where prohibited by local laws. When entering into public spaces, failure to adhere

local laws and regulations may get fined by local authorities or facing severe

circumstances. DUBAISCOOTERS are not responsible for any

injuries, damage, or loss caused by a rider’s inexperience or failure to follow the

instructions in this manual.

DUBAISCOOTERS is designed for personal use only. DO NOT take any passengers

or animals during the ride. DO NOT carry objects on the handlebar. ALWAYS wear a

helmet when riding. Use an approved bicycle or skateboard helmet that fits properly

with the chin strap in place, and protects the back of your head. Use shoes with a

sturdy, slip-resistant sole.

People of the following SHOULD NOT ride the scooter:

1. Anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

2. Anyone who suffers from a disease that puts them at risk if they engage in

strenuous physical activity.

3. Anyone with any mental or physical conditions that may make them susceptible

to injury or impair their capabilities to follow safety instructions.

4. Pregnant women.

5. Anyone whose weight is outside the stated limits (See Specifications).

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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Riders under the age of 18 years old should ride under adult supervision at all times.

Riders under the age of 14 years old are not recommended to operate this scooter by

the manufacturer.

DO NOT allow anyone to ride your scooter on his/her own unless they have

carefully read this manualThe safety of new riders is your responsibility. Assist new

riders until they are comfortable with the basic operation of the scooter. Make sure

the new rider wears a helmet and other protective gears.

For safety concerns, the top speed of this scooter is electronically limited to

approximately 16 mph (25 km/h), which can be affected by the rider’s weight,

inclines, road surface condition, tire inflation, wind level, and battery charge level.

ALWAYS slow down when passing uneven ground surface. ALWAYS ride with

walking speed over speed bumps, thresholds, or any other bumps.

DO NOT apply the electronic brake violently, due to the nature of such braking

system, it may rapidly decrease riding speed, and the related kinetic energy may

cause riders to fall, please brake carefully and practice. ALWAYS lean your body

backward while applying the electronic brake, or encounter a sudden drop in speed.

DO NOT touch the brake components or hub motor on your scooter when in use or

immediately after riding, as these parts can become very hot.

BE ALERT! Ride defensively, watch out for obstacles that could catch your wheel or

force you to swerve suddenly or lose control. Be careful to avoid pedestrians,

skaters, skateboards, scooters, bikes, children or animals that may enter your path.

DO NOT ride in the snow, in the rain, or on low traction surfaces or roads, which are

wet, muddy, icy, or that are slippery for any reason. This could result in a loss of

balance or traction and could cause a fall. Avoid sharp bumps, drainage grates, and

sudden surface changes.

ALWAYS hold tight to the handle bar and make sure steering is in control at all

times. DO NOT take your hands off the handlebar while riding or ride with one hand

only. Do NOT use your phone or other electronic devices while you are riding the

scooter, stay focus on the road. DO NOT do stunts, wheelies, or tricks on your

scooter. This scooter is not made to withstand abuse from misuse, including

jumping, curb grinding, or any other type of stunts.

DO NOT modify your scooter. Use only BRAND-E-SCOOTERS approved parts and accessories.

Modifications to your scooter will interfere with the operation functionality and

stability, could result in serious injury or damage.

DO NOT put your scooter outdoors for a long time. Excessive sunlight, overheating

and overcooling will accelerate tire aging and compromise the scooter and the battery

pack’s lifespan. When the scooter is not in use, keep it indoors where it is dry and cool.

SECURITY CHECK

Read the security clearance instructions very carefully. Before every journey, the

assembly and especially the opening and closing of the folding mechanism must be

checked very carefully.

ELECTRIC SCOOTER

Perform a visual inspection. Check that all screws and nuts are properly tightened.

Note if something looks wrong or shows signs of wear and tear which affects riding safety.

Please stop riding and contact [email protected]

BEFORE RIDING

Check the tires for wear. Make sure the wheels spin freely from the brake. Inflate the tires

to the prescribed air pressure (between 3.0 and 3.4 bar).

TIRES AND WHEELS

Before starting your journey, test the braking functionality by fully apply the rear disc

brake, rear wheel should be locked. Note: As an additional safety feature, the scooter is

designed to cut power to the motor when the disc brake is applied.

DISC BRAKE (REAR BRAKE)

Test the front brake with the scooter turned on, ride at a low riding speed

(between 4 to 7 km/h). Press the brake lever completely with your left thumb.

Your E-SCOOTER should fully stop within three meters.

RIDING INSTRUCTIONS

Practice your riding skills: To gain and maintain control over your E-SCOOTER,

practice your first ride in an area without any obstacles.

Turn on your E-SCOOTER  (press the power button once). Apply the disc brake

(rear brake) by pressing the brake lever on the right side of the handlebar, so that

your E-SCOOTER does not move unintentionally. Place one foot on the deck and

your other foot on the ground. Release the brake, with your one foot on the ground;

push and slide the scooter forward (as with non-motorized kick-scooters). Then

pressing the throttle lever (with a blue tab) on the right side of the handlebars, the

electric motor will start to operate.

Always operate the throttle carefully and adapted to the current traffic situation.

Slow down to reduce the risk of accidents. Always keep a safe distance between

you and other people, vehicles, or obstacles when riding.

Lean your body slightly forward while accelerating, lean your body slightly backward

while braking. Avoid leaning your body on the handlebar when accelerating or braking.

When riding your E-SCOOTER, you can reach a speed higher than 25 km/h. For your

safety, please break your E-SCOOTER down to maximum safety speed (25 km/h).

Apply the separated-braking method to prevent the braking systems from overheating.

When cornering, slow down to walking speed, carefully turn the handlebar to the

desired direction. Before turning, make sure that other road users are not hindered

and that there are no obstacles in the way.

Always yield to the pedestrians and respect pedestrians’ Right of Way.
When approaching a pedestrian from the front, slow down and avoid startling them.
When approaching from behind, ring your bell (pull the bell lever with your right index

finger) or announce yourself to give them heads-up, and slow down to walking

speed when passing.

Your E-SCOOTER has a kickstand. You can fold it down and up with your foot.

Only park your E-SCOOTER on solid and even ground.

RISK OF ACCIDENT

Do not ride with the kickstand down! This can lead to accidents with serious injuries.

BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

Your E-SCOOTER has a kickstand. You can fold it down and up with your foot.

Your E-SCOOTER should only be charged with the supplied and

manufacturer-approved external charger. Make sure that the contacts of the

charging cable and the charging socket are dry, and only be charged in a dry and

clean environment.

KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT. Neither the battery nor the charger should overheat

during the charging process. The temperature of 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees

Fahrenheit) must not be exceeded. Make sure the charger is placed on a fireproof

surface and is not covered by any objects.

After the charging process, disconnect the charger from the scooter, and from the

mains socket, then close the cover of the charging socket.

The charging socket is located at the front left of the deck. Connect the charger’s

power cable to a mains socket first, and then connect the other end to E-SCOOTER charging socket.

The charge indicator light up in red, indicating the battery is being charged. When

the charge indicator light turns green, indicating the battery charging process is

complete. It normally takes about 4-5 hours to fully charge the battery.

THE CHARGING PROCESS

Avoid exposure to high temperatures, including exposure to sunlight above 35

degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit).

Protect the battery against moisture. If the battery is not going to be used for a long

time, only charge the battery halfway only. Do not store the scooter for a long time

with a fully charged battery.

Doing such will increases the life of your battery.

Avoid a complete discharge over a long time. After deep discharge, recharge the

battery within 48 hours.

BATTERY

ATTENTION

DO NOT attempt to charge your scooter if it, the charger, or the power outlet is wet.

As with any electronic device, use a surge protector when charging to help protect

your scooter from damage due to power surges and voltage spikes. Only use the

E-SCOOTER supplied charger. Do not use a charger from any other different product

Models.

Do not operate the product while it is charging or connecting the charger to the wall

socket. An electric shock can lead to serious injuries and damage the scooter.

Put your E-SCOOTER out of operation after a fall or severe impact, and watch the

battery for at least 24 hours. If there is an unusual smell, excessive heat, or liquids

are visibly leaking. Turn off the scooter, disconnect from the charger immediately,

and ventilate it immediately and sufficiently.

Remove, open, or disassembling the battery module can CAUSE SAFETY

HAZZARD. This will damage the encapsulation, could result in

electric shock, damage the battery, and release dangerous toxins.

Batteries are dangerous goods. Please dispose these batteries

properly, and NEVER dispose as residential waste. Batteries

MUST be collected separately for recycling at the end of its life.

Old batteries are hazardous waste. The disposal of used

batteries in household waste is prohibited. Help us to

protect our nature from environmentally harmful pollution,

please dispose the old batteries to a suitable collection point. Customer participation is

important to minimize any potential effects of batteries on the environment and human

health due to the potential presence of hazardous substances.

CARE AND MAINTENANCE

Cleaning

Clean your E-SCOOTER after every trip with a damp cloth and mild detergent. DO NOT

use a high-pressure washer for cleaning. DO NOT clean the scooter with alcohol,

gasoline, kerosene, or other corrosive and volatile chemicals. During cleaning,

make sure the product is turned off, the charging cable is unplugged, and the

rubber flap is firmly closed.

How to use the extended nozzle adapter (valve extension)

Remove the screw-on cap from the valve, align and connect the extended nozzle adapter

to the valve. Attach the pump and inflate to the PSI indicated on the tire sidewall.

Remove valve extension immediately after inflating and put back the valve cap.

How to adjust the folding mechanism damper

Fold the scooter, use the provided Allen wrench to adjust the tightness of the screw

located inside the folding mechanism, loosen the screw if the stem is too loose, and

tighten the screw if the stem is too tight (manufacture suggests adjusting the folding

mechanism damper every 31miles/50km traveled).

ATTENTION

If you want to service/disassembling your E-SCOOTER, always turn it off first. The E-SCOOTER

MUST NOT be connected to the charger during any service procedures.

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