5 Easy Steps to Take Care of Your Electric Scooter Battery

If you have already said goodbye to an ICE vehicle and all the hassles of tuning, greasing, and oil replacements, then you will experience how little care and maintenance an electric scooter requires. Now, you have a reliable companion that accompanies you on all your fun adventures. But low maintenance does not mean no care at all. Since the battery is an important part of your electric scooter, giving it the care it needs can improve its overall health and increase its lifespan. So, whether you are planning to buy an electric scooter or are a proud owner, this blog will guide you in detail on maximising the well-being of your electric scooter battery.


Choosing the Right Battery

The first step is to select a scooter with the right batteries. LFP (Lithium Ferro Phosphate) batteries are considered superheroes in the world of batteries. When it comes to batteries, it is preferable to choose an established player like OKAYA EV, which has set a new standard with its cutting-edge LFP battery technology. In comparison to NMC (Nickel Manganese Cobalt) batteries, LFP batteries are less vulnerable to catching fire, making them a safe choice. LFP batteries have a longer lifespan and can easily go through 1500 charging cycles, ensuring you have a reliable resource.


Mind Your Charging Habits

To keep the good times going, avoid overcharging or completely draining your battery. Plug in your scooter for charging whenever it hits 10% charge and unplug immediately once it is fully charged. Forget about charging overnight. Be smart about your charging habits and maintain a balanced charging cycle.


Charge the battery as often as possible.

Just like us, even batteries need a break sometimes! If you plan to leave your scooter parked for a while, make sure to keep the battery charged at around 40–50%. Also, remember to give it a boost every 30 days if you plan on not using it for three months or more.


Use an Original Charger

The battery of your high-speed electric scooter deserves nothing but the best. Always use the original charger designed specifically for your scooter’s battery. Other generic chargers might not meet the required standards, putting your battery at risk.


 Avoid Overloading

Overloading can damage your scooter’s battery as it uses more power than it can generate. It is advised to use scooters, which have a recommended capacity of 150 kg, for carrying all your needs



The battery is an essential part of your electric scooter. By following these tips and leveraging the innovation of OKAYA EV’s LFP battery technology, you can ensure the long lifespan of your scooter’s battery. So, gear up to go on countless adventures with your electric scooter, and let the good times roll!