Scooter Safety

Safety is our top priority. Micro scooters are engineered using the best materials available, together with a quality design and construction that makes them exceptionally stable, safe and reliable. However, as with all travel and sports equipment, following basic safety rules is all-important.

We encourage Micro riders to scoot smart and scoot safe by following these basic safety rules. And not only for scooters, but for bikes and trikes as well.

We strongly encourage every parent and caregiver to review and share these tips!
  1. Wear safety-approved helmets designed to protect the head while scooting 

  2. Adult supervision of children while scooting is required

  3. Elbow and knee pads should be worn 

  4. Stay on the sidewalk when riding; avoid wet or broken sidewalks

  5. Scoot at a safe speed and follow traffic safety rules. Review traffic safety rules with your child before letting them scoot or ride

  6. Check scooters regularly to make sure they are functioning properly 

  7. Replace parts as needed - contact us for information

  8. Be respectful of pedestrians sharing the sidewalk

  9. Scoot only in daylight for best visibility. If you are scooting in the dark, ensure there is proper lighting both for the rider to see and to be seen

  10. To stop quickly, step off the scooter while still holding the T-bar or joystick. If you do not feel safe easily stepping off the scooter,  you are going too fast, so slow down!

    If you have any questions about this safety guidance, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to walk you through our safety guidance over the phone or via email.