It is simple and completely legal to charge your electric scooter at home using the appropriate charger with rated power delivery.
Many electric scooters come with a portable charger, and some even have a battery pack that can be removed for easy charging. Even if your electric scooter has a non-removable battery pack, you can still charge it by placing it close to a wall outlet and taking the necessary safety precautions.
How to Charge to Charge an Electric Scooter at Home, All Steps:
1 First, turn off the power to your scooter before removing the cover to the charging port.
2 Attach the charger to the charging port on your e-scooter.
3 Then attach the charger to the wall outlet and sure it is properly plugged in.
4 As you may have noticed, the charger will heat up as the battery is being charged. This is completely normal for high-wattage battery charging, but too much heat can be hazardous.
5 You can set your charger up straight on a solid, non-combustible surface for air cooling, which is suitable for long-hour charging.
6 When your scooter’s battery has fully charged and the indicator light has turned green, immediately cut the power for safety and don’t overcharge.
Pro Tip #1
Always use a high voltage outlet when charging large, powerful devices like pro scooters and laptops because going with low voltage or lower than required voltage will result in an increased charge time and may be unable to charge your electric scooter’s battery, which will shorten battery life and charge cycles.
Pro Tip #2
Always charge your Li-ion battery between 30% and 85% of its full charge capacity for maximum battery longevity. It is suitable for all electronic devices and has been shown to increase battery life. This suggests that overcharging a battery may eventually shorten its lifespan. Therefore, avoid leaving your charger plugged in all the time.
Is charging an electric scooter after every ride safe?
Avoid charging your battery too much, this includes not letting it discharge too quickly and not charging it with a fast charger, as both increases the risk of your battery losing strength quickly. If you are a professional scooterist, you should use the right charging technique. Make sure the battery temperatures are constant between 32F and 113F. Avoid letting the battery run completely flat and unplug the scooter charger as soon as it is fully charged. Even if your E-scooters has overcharging protection, you shouldn’t leave it plugged in for an extended period after it has been fully charged. Safety is paramount.