How to recharge electric scooters to last longer

To extend your electric scooter’s battery life and optimize charging usage, you may consider the following tips:

Use the correct charger:
Make sure to use the original charger provided by the manufacturer to avoid damage to the battery due to mismatched voltage or current. Avoid using unauthorized or low-quality chargers, which may cause the battery to overcharge or charge unevenly.

Avoid overcharging and overdischarging:
Try to avoid charging the battery to 100% or draining it to 0%. It's best to keep the battery charge in the 20% to 80% range.
For adjustable charging settings, choose a lower charge limit to slow down the aging of your battery.

Avoid hot and cold environments:
Try to charge and use your electric scooter within normal temperature ranges. Both high and low temperatures can affect battery performance and life. Do not park your electric scooter in high or low temperature environments for long periods of time, especially in direct sunlight.

Regular charging:
Charge the battery regularly, even if you don't plan to use the scooter. Keeping your battery in a higher state of charge helps maintain its performance.
If you won’t be using your electric scooter for an extended period of time, make sure you recharge the battery at least once every few months.

Avoid rapid charging:
Try to avoid using the rapid charging function, as high-speed charging may cause the battery to overheat, thus affecting its lifespan. If feasible, choose a slower but more gentle charging speed.

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