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                    Battery Disposal
 Do not dispose of your battery by way of landfilling, incineration or
  household trash.
 We recommend disposing through a local recycling program suitable
  for lithium-ion batteries. Contact your local waste management service
  for more information.
 Mishandling  of   used   batteries may  do  tremendous     harm  to  the
  environment. You must abide by local laws and regulations to properly
  dispose of used batteries.
Charging Warnings and Battery Safety Warnings
 Use caution when using outlets to prevent electric shock.
 Do not leave the charger plugged in for extended period of times (>24
 Only charge your scooter in a safe, clean, and dry environment. Keep
  the charger and scooter away from inflammable materials as they may
  get hot.
 Only use the original battery packs and the original charger supplied
  with your electric scooter. Contact your place of purchase if you need
  a replacement. Use of other models or brands may not be safe.
 Do not touch any part of the USB charging prongs and keep them away
  from metal objects to prevent short circuit which may result in battery
  damage or physical injuries and death.
 Do  not  place the battery   in direct contact with heat   or  near high
  temperatures. Do not expose the battery to direct sunlight. Do not
  leave the scooter in a car where the battery might get hot.
 Do not pierce the battery with sharp objects. Do not subject it to
  impact or force.
 Stop charging if the battery fails to recharge within the approximate
  charging  time.   This  will prevent   the battery  from    overheating,
  rupturing, or igniting.
 Do not charge the battery in temperatures below 32°F (0°C) or above
  104°F (40°C)   as this  can  hamper    performance, result  in breaking,
  overheating, rupturing, or igniting and could cause personal injury or
  property damage.