Before riding make sure your hoverboard is fully assembled and charged. Do not use it if any part is loose and damaged. The hoverboard is highly maneuverable and allows you to easily navigate around obstacles. However, to prevent the loss of traction, be careful to riding and learn to identify and avoid unsafe surfaces. Familiarize with the LED indicator, and wear appropriate clothing and shoes with rubber soles. Ride in an open environment free of obstacles, with a flat ans regular surfaces. Helmet, Knee pads and other protective and equipments are not obligatory, but still strongly recommended for your sense of security and for protection against injuries.
Step 1: Turning on the TwoDots Hoverboard
Step 2: Getting on
Once on the board, learn to stay still. Find the balance point and try to keep the hoverboard in place for at least 30": it is important to understand how to balance and how the vehicle reacts to the movements of your body.
Step 3: Moving forwards and backwards
NOTE: when the hoverboard cannot achieve a stable position, an alarm will sound and trigger the Warning LED indicator. The hoverboard will automatically return to the original balanced position: during this process, do not ride the vehicle.
Body leaning should be done in small increments: only small leaning angles are needed to operate the hover- board.
Overbalancing backwards or forwards may affect your safety during the ride.
Step 4: Turning left or right
Step 5: Getting Off
When the hoverboard is completely still, step back and place your first non- dominant foot on the ground and than the other one. Like when you get on for the first time, getting off could be bit awkward; do it support from someone and get off without leaving too much between the movement of the two feet.
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