Electric scooters provide a fun and quick way to get around. However, they are notoriously dangerous. If you want to take advantage of electric scooters, then you need to do research beforehand to learn how to safely ride one.
Electric scooter safety is about being a good rider and learning how to interact with those around you in vehicles and on foot. Cnet explains that staying safe on an electric scooter requires more than just wearing a helmet, but that is a good start.
Know the rules
Local regulations on scooters vary. You should always check before you ride to find out what rules the location has for where to ride and other safety requirements. Not following the law can create a perfect setting for an accident, and you could end up in trouble or liable for injuries or damage you cause due to not obeying the law.
Before riding any new scooter, you should test it out. They all behave differently, so you need to get a feel for the scooter before you take it on the road and around others. This can help you gauge how it responds and how the control work before you get into a situation where your inexperience will lead to an accident.
Many problems with scooters come about because two people try to ride them together. A scooter is only meant for one rider. Putting more than one person in there increases the chances of wrecking or someone falling off. Additionally, the weight limit is usually low and having two people on it will go over that limit, which could cause operation issues.