Electric scooter parking

Parking your Electric Scooter Like a Pro

In this post, you’ll learn how to give your electric scooter the parking and care it deserves. People often complain about unpleasant riding experiences after leaving their E-scooter dormant for several months or after the winter. Those folks are unaware of the steps they must take when caring for electric scooters.

Electric Scooter Parking

If you want to extend the life of your beloved electric scooter, you must take certain precautions. It makes no difference whether you have a cheaper or extremely expensive electric scooter – you must take care of it. Starting with parking. What is the best method of parking an E-scooter?

The Scooter Dock  

The Scooter Dock is the ideal short-term electric scooter storage solution for managing the chaos caused by push and e-scooters. This rack EXCELS in user-friendliness thanks to design elements such as the wheel slot system, suitable locks, and helmets and gear.Scooter Dock

Here are a few key specifications:

  • Secures four scooters
  • Unique slot system secures at the stem and provides an option to store helmets and lock scooters with U-lock or short cable
  • Height 0.94m x Length 1.16m x 0.81m Width
  • Black edge guard protects from metal-to-metal contact Intuitive design communicates use and served purpose
  • Made from Grade 304 Stainless Steel as standard 
  • Powder Coated RAL colour finish available if required (surcharge applies)

Battery Care 

When caring for your electric scooter, battery life is another important aspect. How long can you expect your battery to last? You must first determine how many charge/discharge cycles your battery has. Assume your battery has 500 cycles. This indicates that after 500 charge/discharge cycles, your battery’s performance will be reduced to roughly 80% of its original capacity. Now, when the time comes to buzzing around on your E-scooter, you and your electric companion will be prepared.

How to Store an Electric Scooter Battery – How to Keep It in Good Condition

First, remove the battery from your electric scooter. You don’t want it to stay inside. This way, you’ll be able to check whether anything is wrong with the wiring or batteries before putting it to rest. If you’re going to store it for an extended amount of time, we recommend putting it in a bag. These bags will help keep dirt out of the battery, which might lead to a fire. You need to pay attention to the dimensions before purchasing one! Now, there is just one more thing you need to do. It is essential to recharge it every two or three months. The battery is a crucial component of your electric scooter, and you must take care of it. That way, your battery will not fail you when you need it the most.

Not found what you are looking for? We have many other storage/ parking solutions to choose from. So why not explore our range and find the best one for your premises? If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us on 0800 612 6113 or get in touch via the contact form.