Ultimate Tips and Tricks For The Unagi Scooter
Posted 23rd October 2019. Category: General.
In this video, Michael from Unagi goes through four pro tips for setting up your brand new Unagi Model One electric scooter.
Please note: If you need any further assistance, you can call the WalkSmart helpline for a more personal, one-on-one experience during setup.
Pro-Tip #1: Attaching your handlebar:
Michael goes through how to attach the handlebar to your Unagi. Once you have connected the dashboard cable, it is recommended you pull on the other end of the cable - located at the bottom of the handlebar. This will help you place the handlebar in position more easily at the top. Without doing this, you may struggle to fit the handlebar in position as the cable will be in the way! Once you are finished attaching the handlebar (and have screwed it in fully), you can then go back down to the base of the stem to feed the cable back into the handlebar.
Pro-Tip #2: Switching between Dual Motor and Single Motor modes:
To ensure you are in dual motor mode, press the power button twice. There should be a wheel symbol lit on the dashboard to indicate whether Dual Motor is activated. If there is no 'wheel' symbol on the dash, your Unagi is in single motor mode. Single motor mode is ideal for power saving users who wish to maximise range. The Unagi will also beep twice to indicate a change in modes.
Pro-Tip #3: Changing between KM/H and MP/H:
You can change between metrics on the Unagi dashboard by holding both function buttons located near the grip on the Unagi handlebar. You will see the panel indicate which mode you are in.
Pro-Tip #4: Locking your Unagi:
To securely lock your Unagi eScooter, we recommend you use a D-type bike lock so that you can keep it safe while you do your shopping or be at work! The D-type lock is very secure as it fits over the whole Unagi deck, and so would be very difficult for a thief to steal without damaging.
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WalkSmart recommends that you check your local state laws and regulations in relation to using electric scooters in public locations, roads and footpaths. Laws vary state by state and therefore may limit use to private locations only. Each local body is reviewing public electric scooter use, so we expect it to be regulated, but legal in all states within the short term. Feel free to contact WalkSmart if you have any further queries.