Abstract: The Airwheel S series are famous for its ease of use, as the two wheels provide excellent stability. There is no special requirement on riding Airwheel S series airwheel electric self-balancing scooter. People just step on it and shift body gravity centre to go. However, the easy use will make characters careless and lead to unnecessary problems. The following are some notes on getting off from Airwheel S series.
As is known to all, riding Airwheel S series has no special requirement. People just step on it and shift body gravity centre to go. However, the easy use will make characters careless and lead to unnecessary problems. The following are some notes on getting off from Airwheel S series. Getting off the Airwheel two wheel self-balancing electric scooter, when it is stopped, is very similar to stepping down from stairs. You can practice with your partner as he/she holds the Handlebar with two hands while you get off the unit.
It is important that you hold onto the Handlebar as you step off the Airwheel self-balancing two wheels scooter. Step off with one foot first, control your centre-of-gravity, and then remove your second foot from the Airwheel self-balancing scooter. Do not let go of the Handlebar. Avoid moving the Handlebar as you exit the unit. Once you have taken both feet off the unit, are still holding onto the Handlebar, and the Handlebar is in the upright vertical position – you can press the “A” button on the remote to turn the unit OFF. This will stop the unit from moving. Please note that you will need to turn OFF the Master Power Button on the Foot Platform when you are finished riding the unit or the unit will continue to drain power.
Avoid shifting the Handlebar when exiting the Airwheel intelligent two wheel self-balancing electric scooter. Movement of the Handlebar will cause the unit to move and turn while you are no longer on the unit. Make sure to press the “A” button on the remote as soon as you exit the Airwheel self-balancing scooter. Do not overly tighten your grip on the Handlebar before pressing the “A” button, as this is not recommended. It could lead to the Airwheel scooter moving out of control. Be very cautious and practice getting off the Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter.