Legal Terms Ride at Own Risk
This is a serious piece of machinery designed for use by adults in fully controlled and safe environments. As the purchaser/owner of the bike, you are responsible with the task of keeping the rider safe at all times. Your bike has great capabilities and can grow with the skills of the rider to high levels, but it is imperative that the responsible adult is in control during the entire learning process and gives full attention at all times.
Most electric bicycles can be ridden where other non-motorized bikes are allowed. But it is your responsibility to check and obey all local laws. Your electric bicycle may only be ridden in safe areas where all laws are being followed and all required permissions are given.
Because it is impossible to anticipate every situation or condition which can occur while riding, Electric Premier LLC makes no representation about the safe use of the bicycle under all conditions. There are risks associated with the use of a bicycle which cannot be predicted or avoided, and which are the sole responsibility of the rider.
YOU'LL ALSO NEED TO DO THE FOLLOWING PREPARATIONS BEFORE RIDING YOUR ELECTRIC BIKE:
- Always wear a helmet when riding your bicycle
- Pump up the tires
- Charge the battery
- Check the derailleur and adjust if necessary
- Check the wheel spokes and true the wheels if necessary
- Check the brake pads for proper alignment and adjust if necessary
- Check the brake levers and brake cable for proper tightness and adjust if necessary.
- Check the height and alignment of the seat to assure it's properly installed for comfort and adjust if necessary.
- Check safety parts, such as brakes, brake pads, rotors, seat clamp and seat, handlebar tightness and alignment, to name a few, to ensure they are secure and functioning properly.
If you don't feel capable of performing these pre-ride checks, then you must take your new electric bike to a certified bicycle mechanic at your local bike shop to perform these necessary pre-ride checks. If you fail to properly perform these pre-ride checks, you are putting your life at risk. An electric bike is not a toy, it is a strong and fast machine, and without proper care taken during assembly, tuning and riding, it can be dangerous. You are responsible for all assembly, tuning and maintenance cost incurred from any bike shop.
Battery Use Risk
Improper use, care, or charging of a lithium Ion battery could cause serious injury to the product, property, or persons. If the battery is tampered with or damaged in any way, do not use the product and find a hazardous waste removal center immediately.
It is the responsibility of the purchaser to maintain safe storage and treatment of the battery at all times.
Only use the charger that came with your product. Just because a charger fits in your device doesn’t mean that it is safe to use.
Plug the charger into an outlet that is grounded.
Keep your device out of extremely high or low temperature locations. Do not place the battery in direct sunshine, or store the battery inside cars in significant hot or cold weather.
Do not expose the battery to water or allow the battery to get wet.
Do not continue charging the battery if it does not recharge within the specified charging time. Doing so may cause the battery to become hot, explode, or ignite.
Do not use your device if you notice any damage to the battery after dropping it. If you suspect damage to the battery, email our support or dispose of the battery and order a replacement.
Do not disassemble or modify the battery in any way. Modifying your electronic significantly increases the risk of explosion