In order for your scooter to work you need to do some preventative maintenance from time to time. Here are few things that you should keep in line.
Inspect your scooter before every ride: You don’t have to do a thorough inspection every time, but do a quick check of all essential parts, steering column, throttle and brake lever/switch, wheels and brakes.
Tighten any loose bolts and screws: All the moving parts in an electric scooter have some bolts and screws join different parts together. When you experience some vibration during use, it could be caused by losing bolts, screws, or some fasteners.
Pneumatic Tires: Keep the tires properly inflated. Take note of the manufacturer recommended pressure and keep it at that level. You can also use some kind of puncture protection/repair solution to prevent flats and extend the life of the tire.
Brakes: Keep rims and discs clean and straight. Replace worn brake shoes and pads promptly. Replace worn or frayed cables and housings.
Battery: Make sure you are properly using and charging your battery. Read this guide on how to properly charge and maintain your electric scooter battery.
Do not perform any maintenance when the power is on or the battery is charging. If you know absolutely nothing about electric scooter, or electric bikes maintenance, it is best to take your scooter to the repair shop.
Have in mind that any warranty becomes invalid if the motor or battery pack is opened or modified by the customer.