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Electronic scooter for kids

CONSIDERATIONS WHEN SELECTING A SCOOTER
Think about where your kid will ride their scooter the most. Will it be up and down the driveway, to and from school, around a local park, or will it be used to ride around the neighborhood? Some scooter models come with special wheels, ideal for specific terrain. It’s best to know if the model you pick can withstand the terrain of where it’ll be used. Choose a model built specifically to handle their riding style and preferences.
Product quality is also important in the decision-making process. All Razor scooters are built with beautiful design and superior technology to create a premium-quality product. Since 2000, we’ve helped pave the way for the staying power of scooters. Each Razor electric scooter comes with a 90-day limited warranty. Note however, the warranty doesn’t cover normal wear and tear, wheel, or any damage, failure, or loss caused by improper assembly, maintenance, storage, or misuse.
Finally, parents are encouraged to take into consideration the level of ride your child is ready for. It’s all about safety and parents should consider what their kids can truly handle riding. If they’re unable to fit comfortably on the scooter, they shouldn’t attempt to ride it. It’s up to the parent to have the final word on what’s best for your child’s maturity level, skill, and coordination.


ELECTRIC SCOOTER SAFETY RULES
After choosing the best electric scooter for your child, help your kids to understand the rules of riding before they hop on board. All scooter models are assigned a weight capacity recommendation as well as an age recommendation. These should be followed to ensure the safety of your kid rider and everyone else around them. Adult supervision for children under 8 is recommended at all times.
Secondly, proper safety gear is essential. This includes an approved safety helmet with a chin strap securely buckled, as well as elbow and knee pads, if necessary. You can find all the recommended scooteraccessories and parts right on our website. It’s important to implement smart safety habits when your child first starts riding so they continue to follow these rules in the future.. Additionally, kids should always wear athletic shoes with tied laces and rubber soles and never get on the scooter barefoot or in sandals. Closed-toe shoes help them have more stability when riding or when they need to stop.
Another safety rule to follow is to start slow. Kids are kids and will want to push their limits  ut bit is best for them to get a feel for the scooter first and gradually work up to the maximum speed. This is the same recommendation even for more experienced riders.It’s important to get comfortable with the feel of the scooter and always ride cautiously. Just like when riding a bike, all riders must take some time to learn how to properly balance and steer a scooter on their own and at their own pace.
One last thing: a bit of road etiquette goes a long way. There are plenty of distractions and unexpected obstructions that a child will come across while riding. Try to avoid busy riding areas to prevent risky situations as much as possible to alleviate stress for all. Here are a few extrados and don’ts for keeping everyone safe on the road.
Do keep hold of the handlebars at all times.
Don’t ride the scooter in mud, ice, puddles, or water.
Do avoid sharp bumps, drainage grates, and sudden surface changes.
Don’t wear headphones or text when riding.
Yes, an electric scooter is a fun activity, but there are still safety rules that apply. The sooner they adapt to these, the better.


RULES OF ELECTRIC SCOOTER CARE
In addition to proper safety, regular scooter care keeps the good times rolling for longer. Before every use, check all covers and guards to make sure they’re in place and in good condition. Also, check for proper brake functioning and tire inflation to make sure there’s a sufficient tread.
If replacement parts are ever required, use the authorized parts and accessories in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. The barcode is easily found on the charging system, box, battery tray, and on the product stem. Charge the battery after every ride (charging responsibilities should be operated by adults only) to ensure the scooter is good to go.
In general, remind kids to stow their scooters upright after they’re done for the day. No flinging to the ground or leaving in the yard for someone to trip over. Find a spot where the scooter can be safely stored out of the way to reduce the risk of damage or accidents.

Time to make your descision