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SOLAR ELECTRIC SCOOTERS, INC.
Scooter Technical Information

  • Minimum rider age 16 years old (follow individual state guidelines)
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Maximum rider weight 300lbs/136kgs
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Maximum speed 15 mph (24km/h)
  • Range from 15 to 20 miles on a full charge (this varies according to rider weight, terrain and age of battery)
  • Battery 36 Volt/15 Amp Hour Lithium Ion (removable for charging) maximum 600 charging cycles
  • Charge time 2 to 8 hours depending on depletion of battery. Always unplug charger as soon as green light turns on for best results.
  • Hub motor brushless 350 watts
  • Charging system includes a 2 amp onboard charger and a 3 amp external charger
  • Solar panel maximum power 37 watts, maximum current .88 amps, maximum voltage 42 volts
  • Brakes front and rear disc with alloy motor inhibit levers
  • Wheels and Tires front 12 ½ X 2 ¼ inch rear 10 X 2 inch stainless steel rims pneumatic tires
  • Foldable stem for storage with posilock
  • Scooter controller 36 volt 17 amp
  • Auxiliary speed switch low of 12 mph, high of 15 mph
  • Throttle 36 volt with full, half, and low positions, battery indicators. Including a 3 sec push type safety switch.
  • Front and rear safety riding lights

Safety Guidelines

Many states or localities require specific safety devices or equipment. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself and comply with all applicable laws on a state and federal level in which you ride.

Always wear an approved safety helmet that fits and is worn properly when riding a solar electric scooter.

This helmet should be an ANSI, SNELL, SPSC, ASTM approved helmet.

Never operate this product barefoot or in sandals as the standing board becomes extremely hot and could cause injury. Always wear proper footwear and secure laces before riding.

It is recommended to always wear knee pads, elbow pads, eye protection, gloves, long sleeve shirts and long pants.

Always keep both hands firmly on the handlebars and both feet on the standing board during operation.

Always ride within your abilities and use common sense. New riders should familiarize
themselves with all aspects of the scooter. Do not make sudden and sharp turns as this could cause serious injury to the rider.

Never use the solar electric scooter near swimming pools or other bodies of water.

Riding in any wet conditions is not recommended, however, if you must please take extra care to reduce the risk of injury.

Always drive slowly and pay attention when driving on unfamiliar terrain. Always be alert to changing terrain conditions when operating.

Always approach turns very carefully. Keep your weight between the wheels. Never turn the handlebars more than 180 degrees.

When applying the brakes, shift your weight to the rear and lean forward when accelerating. Keep your feet apart for more stability. Remember that riding in wet conditions can reduce the effectiveness of the brakes. Take extra care and be aware.

Always ride in the right hand lane closest to the curb or in a designated bike lane.

Be sure that all brakes and parts are adjusted properly. After riding in dusty or wet conditions always wipe down the scooter, wheels, handlebars throttle and solar panel with a scratch resistant cloth.

Tire pressure drastically affects the riding performance. Before riding make sure the front tire has 40 p.s.i or 280 kPa. The rear tire should have 35 p.s.i. or 250 kPa inflation.
Always maintain proper tire pressure.

While the battery and electrical components are enclosed in a weather resistant container it is not recommended to hose off your scooter as this can damage the electrical equipment.

The scooter is intended primarily for use on flat pavement. The scooter is not intended for off road or stunt riding.

Always use extreme caution when riding downhill.

Always inspect the scooter before each ride making sure the handlebar, folding mechanism and height adjustments are securely locked in proper riding position.

NEVER modify the electrical system or any part of the scooter. Alterations could cause a fire resulting in serious injury, property damage, or loss.