1.How to charge a battery?
To recharge the battery, remove the battery from the bike and charge it at a separate charging station, plug it into any standard outlet, or charge it directly from the frame.
2.How often does the battery need to be recharged?
It depends on how often you use your bike. If you use it daily, you may need to charge the battery daily. Fully depleted batteries take about four to six hours to recharge.
3. How long does it take to replace the battery?
The battery can be recharged about 700 to 900 times. If used, it will last 2.5 to 3 years, in addition to charging the battery every day. It can also be well cared for if you charge it every other day for up to five or six years.
4.What should I pay attention to when changing the battery?
If the battery runs out of battery, you can buy a new battery to replace the battery. Batteries are expensive, ranging from $200 to $400 or more. (battery prices are also based on Ah, with lower Ah costs being lower and higher Ah costs being higher.)
5.How can I extend the battery life?
In order to extend the service life, please charge the battery when the remaining power is about 20%. If the charging percentage is too high or too low, the battery will run out, thus shortening its life. If the weather is too hot or too cold, you are advised to take the battery home. If it is raining or snowing, park indoors or in covered Spaces. Water will rust metal.
6.How helpful are my batteries?
There are three auxiliary levels, high, normal and low. The higher the level, the more AIDS, the less length the battery can cover. The lower the level, the less assistance, and the longer the battery can cover.
7.What can I see on the screen?
There is an on/off button, light switch, tempreture,riding speed,cruise function and more
8.Will riding in the rain damage my bike?
Riding in the rain will not damage the bike. However, after riding, it’s best to dry your bike first, especially the batteries. When pressing the button on the screen, please use your finger instead of your nail.