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Jager scooter display generation 3

Jager scooter LED display reflects the battery power, records the power consumption in real-time, and ensures the riding mileage.

Jager scooter display generation 3

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A display is a part of an electric scooter that displays information about the speed, battery level, and other essential details.


The display is usually located on the handlebars or at the front of the vehicle. Some electric scooters also have a show in the front wheel hub or on a rear panel.


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Jager OX display matches plug-and-play generation 3 Inokim specifications

Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China

Brand Name: Jager

Power: 201-500w

Voltage: 24V, 36V

Charging Time: 6-8h

Foldable: NO

Range Per Charge: 60-80km

Max Speed: Other

Category: E-Wheel Scooter

Applicable People: Unisex

Smart Type: Sensor

Battery Capacity: 10 - 20Ah


See our technical guide to how the scooter parts install.


Electric scooters give you a joyful and carefree feeling that you wish would last forever. As the saying goes, everything that has a beginning must end. Unfortunately, your favorite electric scooter, like every other gadget, cannot last forever. Now, this brings us to this question that everyone who owns or intends to buy an e-scooter asks: How long do electric scooters last?


How long does an electric scooter usually last?

A privately owned electric scooter should have a longer lifespan than one that a commercial company shares. It is because people take good care of their e-scooters, while public ones undergo severe wear and tear as they move from one user to another.

E-scooters in a ride-share fleet last 9 to 18 months, while personal ones last up to 3 years. With proper care and maintenance, you can still enjoy your e-scooter for up to 3 years or even longer.


Which parts of a scooter are most likely to break?

The term "how long do e-scooters last" refers to how long the components can last. When the internal components of an electric scooter wear out, it begins to malfunction. The parts that break down early include:


The Battery

Most electric scooters use lithium-ion batteries. Most electric scooters use lithium-ion batteries. Lead acid and nickel-metal hydride batteries require less maintenance. They're still an essential component of e-scooters, so they need to be handled carefully.

A battery's longevity is generally by the charge cycle and the way it uses. Each battery has a specific number of life cycles, determining its lifespan. Each time a fully charged battery drains, it loses one charge cycle. As time goes on, the lifecycle depletes, and the storm weakens.

It is also possible to damage the battery by rough use. A scooter's battery can be damaged by riding in the rain or falling excessively. Others enjoyed their electric scooters for more than one year before the handlebar broke.


The Tires

E-scooter tires are prone to easy damage, as one might expect. When riding on a rough path, the tires take all the pressure and hits.


The Handlebar

Users of e-scooters have complained that the handlebars get damaged easily. There is a significant problem with the latch, which makes folding the scooter difficult. Most users experience this problem within the first few months, especially when using ride-share e-scooters. Others enjoyed their electric scooter for more than one year before the handlebar broke.


The wiring&rear light

Some e-scooters have easily damaged wiring and rear lights. A wire connects the backlight to the scooter's battery and is attached to its fender. When the tire brushes against the wire, the wire is damaged, resulting in the morning not working.

The light may also stop working if its wires are short. The rear fender and tires can also damage easily in some cases.

It is easy to replace these parts.

Replace defective parts on your e-scooter to extend its lifespan. You can replace the following details on an e-scooter:

  • The Batteries

  • The Tires

  • The Rare fender

What is the average battery life of scooters?

A typical e-scooter battery lasts between 300 and 500 charges. After over 500 complete charge cycles, the battery starts to degrade and eventually becomes defective and needs to replace.


How many kilometers does an electric scooter charge last?

How long an electric scooter battery lasts when fully charged depends on the terrain, the user weight, and the distance covered. At the whole range, during the first 500 charge cycles, a fully charged battery can last up to 51 kilometers. However, considering that temperature, weight, and terrain affect the efficiency of an e-scooter, you should expect a fully charged battery to last up to 48.45 km. After it has exceeded the first 500 charging cycles, this range begins to drop.

The following tips will help you prolong the life of your scooter.


1. Make sure the tires are in good condition before driving

Any severe damage to electric scooter tires can result in an accident. Therefore, checking your tires every day before going is necessary. Be on the lookout for tears, punctures, and low air pressure. By doing this, you'll be able to determine when it's time to change your tires.


2. Make sure you stay within the speed and weight limits of your e-scooters

Excessive speed puts excessive strain on your scooter's engine and battery. Likewise, overloading the scooter will damage the deck and reduce its efficiency.


3.Avoid draining your scooter's battery

Battery life can reduce quickly by draining your battery completely. Rather than letting the battery go completely flat, recharge it as soon as it goes below 30% to 10%. It's best to bring a spare battery if you're planning to ride a long distance.


4. Don't overcharge your e-scooter battery

As much as draining your battery, overcharging can also damage it. It would help to unplug your e-scooter from electricity when it reaches 90% or 95% charge. If you do this, you will be able to preserve it for more time.


5.Avoid riding your scooter in extreme weather conditions

If it rains or snows, e-scooters do not recommend for use. When water gets into the internal components, even it can suffer water damage.


Why choosing a quality scooter is important?

High-quality models are efficient and durable. High-quality scooters like the Jager e-scooter come with additional safety features that guarantee both safe for you and your e-scooter.


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