Certain countries or regions require safety devices or gear. It is
your responsibility to know the state laws, and follow them.
TIRES AIR PRESSURE
Air pressure in tires: 40psi to 50psi.
Helmet: most serious injuries that occur while riding are head injuries.
This could have been prevented if a helmet had been worn.
You must wear a helmet while riding your LIGHT - 2 . The helmet must be
worn according to its instructions.
MECHANICAL SAFETY TESTS:
Before using LIGHT - 2 : Perform a visual inspection that all screws and
nuts are tight and in place. Note if anything looks amiss, or is showing
signs of wear. If you are unsure, bring your LIGHT - 2 to the authorized
Tires and wheels: check the tires for signs of wear. To do this- spin them
to make sure that they are not yet in the need of replacing. Make sure
that the wheels are freely rotating from the brakes. If not, take
your INOKIM to the authorized distributor.
Before each ride, always check your brakes and mechanical function.
As you accelerate, lean forwards.
As you brake, tilt your weight backwards !
1. Get to know LIGHT - 2 before driving it. Test your control over it.
Make your turns slowly and cautiously, and give yourself stopping
2. Your driving capability - to gain control over your scooter, practice
your first ride on LIGHT - 2 in an open space with no obstacles to
Foot Position - before riding put your foot as close as possible to the
front section of the scooter, and your other foot on the ground. Make
sure that your driving route is clear.
To start riding boost yourself forwards (as on non-motorized scooters)
with your foot that is on the ground.
Immediately after press the thumb throttle downwards, tilt your body
forwards so you shouldn't fall backwards during acceleration.
LIGHT - 2 will be in motion.
Avoid your body pressure on the handle bars in acceleration and
Keep one foot behind the other, (it's more comfortable to place one
foot forward and the other one turned backwards at 70-90°, like on
skate/surfboard). It will help you gain more stability.
Riding, like most sports, involves risks of injury and damage. By
choosing to ride INOKIM the responsibility and all inherent risk is
on you. It is crucial that you know, understand and act according
to safety rules.