LAOTIE Electric Scooter



Folding Process:Folding



Preparation Before Riding A Scooter

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  1. When you learn to ride a scooter, wear a helmet and knee pads to prevent falls and injuries
  2. Carefully check the braking performance of the scooter, and check whether the folded part of the scooter is fastened.

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Long press the red button on the instrument, the instrument panel will light up, and the boot is successful at this time,
PS: If you have a key vehicle, open it with the key, and then perform the above steps.

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Step on the deck with one foot, and slowly kicks off the other on the ground.
If you bought a seat version, sit on the seat first. Speed up slowly

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Release the accelerator and the kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) initiates automatically to brake slowly; And squeeze the brake lever for a sudden brake

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When the scooter starts to coast, put both feet on the deck and press the accelerator (the accelerator initiates once the coasting speed exceeds Skm/h)

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  1. Tilt your body in the direction of turning, then slowly turn the handlebar
  2. Beginners suggest to control the speed at 20km/h.



  • It is not recommended to drive in the rain. During the driving, the puddle can not exceed the position of the battery compartment.
  • It is strictly forbidden to drive in motor vehicle lanes. Do not drive at high speed. It is recommended that the speed be below 20 km I h, otherwise our company will not bear any responsibility.
  • Please control the speed reasonably, and it is forbidden to press the acceleration button when going downhill.safety 2
  • Do not ride with anyone else, including children
  • During driving, do not extend your hand away from the handlebar
  • Do not touch the disc brake and the motor, be careful of burns


  1. Button
    There are two buttons on the display button is the power button and is the mode button
  2. Manual
    Press the power button m for three seconds to turn it on.  means battery volume. Speed, running status on the top. Range and so on is displayed upon the mode setting. It will auto power off after three minutes when you leave it alone.
    When CH 2:00 appears on the display means there will be power off in two hours.
    Press the R mode button, switch the display contents. There are TIME, TRIP, ODO, DST, VOL, CH 2:00 and so on. TIME means time. Trip means distance of this trip. ODO means Odometer. DST means the rest range. ( according to the battery status). VOL means battery voltage. CH 2:00 means it will power off in two hours.(some of model do not have this function)
    Press the R mode button for three second to erase the TRIP number under the TRIP.
  3. Setting
    Press the R mode and m power together to access the setting, page.
    Firstly appears PO, press R mode switch next to P1,P2,P3,P4,P5,P6,P7; Meanings: PO type size; P1 under voltage setting; P2 number of pole pairs; P3 tachometer signal options; P4 kilometer/mile setting; PS Zero starting and non-zero starting mode; P6 cruise setting; P7 launch power setting


Red button is dual drive switch (can exchange single drive and dual drive)
Yellow button is high-speed and low-speed (can adjust or limit the speed)


Power On/Off
Long press power button for 3 seconds, instrument will be light, which means power on. Power will be automatically off without any operation for ten minutes. Press accelerator, user can control the speed between 1-25km/h.

Power Display
The number of grids shows the remaining battery power. Attention: while power shows O grid, scooter must be charged immediately. Do not let grip disappear totally, which is easy to damage the battery. It is suggested to charge if there is only one grid power.

Riding Operation 

  1. Choose a wide and flat place.
  2. Unfold the scooter.
  3. Adjust the height of T-bar
  4. Ensure all safety clamp closed tightly.
  5. Press power button.
  6. One is on scooter, and the other is on the ground.
  7. The scooter will begin to move by triggering speed switch. Put two feet on pedal at the same time. The bigger theangle of speed switch, the faster scooter moves.

Stop Scooter
Grip the brakes, power for motor will be cut down immediately and scooter will be slowed down. Then put one foot on the ground.


Scooter Cannot Be Power On

  1. Check whether battery gets power or not.
  2. Open the foot pedal and check whether the battery fuse is not inserted or has been burnt out.
  3. Open the pedal to check whether the connector between main line of accelerator and controller is plugged in or not.
  4. Open pedal to check whether the connector between battery and controller is plugged in or not.

Battery Cannot Be Charged

  1. Connect the charger to scooter and charging socket to check whether the indicator light will be on or not.
  2. Open the foot pedal and check whether the battery fuse is not inserted or has been burnt out.

Scooter Cannot Accelerate.

  1. Confirm whether the brake lever is rebounded to original position or not.
  2. Open the foot pedal and check whether the connector between the controller and the motor is plugged inlf actions above have been completed, but the product still does not operate normally. Please contact us.


Cleaning and storage

If you see stains on the scooter’s body, wipe them off with a damp cloth. If the stains won’t scrub off, put on some toothpaste. and brush them with a toothbrush, then wipe them off with a damp cloth. If you see scratches on plastic parts, use sandpaper or other abrasive materials to polish them.
Notes: do not clean the scooter with alcohol, gasoline, kerosene or other corrosive and volatile chemical solvents to prevent dire damage. Do not wash the scooter with a high-pressure water spray. During cleaning, make sure that the scooter’s turned off, the charging cable is unplugged, and the rubber flap is closed as water leakage may result in electric shock or other major problems.
When the scooter’s not in use, keep it indoors where it is dry and cool. Do not put it outdoors for long time. Excessive sunlight, overheating and overcooling accelerate tire aging and compromise the scooter and the baery pack’s lifespan.

How To Maintain
  1. Use original baery packs, use of other models or brands may bring about safety issues;
  2. Do not touch the contacts. Do not dismantle or puncture the casing. Keep the contacts away from metal objects to prevent short circuit which may result in baery damage or even injuries and deaths;
  3. Use original power adapter to avoid potential damage or fire;
  4. Mishandling of used baeries may do tremendous harm to the environment. To protect natural environment, please follow local regulations to properly dispose used baeries.
  5. Aer every use, fully charge the baery to prolong its lifespan

Do not place the baery in an environment where the ambient temperature is higher than 50″C or lower than -20″( (e.g., do not leave the scooter or the baery pack in a car under direct sunlight for an extended time). Do not throw the baery pack into fire as it may lead to baery failure, baery overheating, and even another fire. If the scooter is expected to be le idle for more than 30 days, please fully charge the baery and place It In a dry and cool place. Keep In mind to recharge It every 60days to protect the baery from potential damage which is beyond limited warranty.

Always charge before exhausting the baery to prolong the baery’s lifespan. The baery pack performs beerat normal temperature, and poor when it is below o·c. For instance, when it is below -20″C, the riding range is only half or less at normal state. When the temperature rises, the riding range restores.

Note: fully charged Laotle Electric Scooter will last for 120-180 days. The built-in intelligent chip will keep a log of its charging and discharging records. The damage caused by prolonged no charge is irreversible and is beyond limited warranty. Once the damage is done, the baery can not be recharged (non-professionals are forbidden to dismantle the baery pack, as it may cause electric shock, short circuit or even major safety accidents).


European Union Compliance Statement
Battery recycling information for the European Union

Batteries or packaging for batteries are labeled in accordance with European Directive 2006/66/EC concerning batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators. The Directive determines the framework for the return and recycling of used batteries and accumulators as applicable throughout the European Union. This label is applied to various batteries to indicate that the battery is not to be thrown away, but rather reclaimed upon end of life per this Directive.

In accordance with the European Directive 2006/66/EC, batteries and accumulators are labeled to indicate that they are to be collected separately and recycled at end of life. The label on the battery may also include a chemical symbol for the metal concerned in the battery (Pb for lead, Hg for mercury, and Cd for cadmium). Users of batteries and accumulators must not dispose of batteries and accumulators as unsorted municipal waste, but use the collection framework available to customers for the return, recycling, and treatment of batteries and accumulators. Customer participation is important to minimize any potential effects of batteries and accumulators on the environment and human health due to the potential presence of hazardous substances.logo

Documents / Resources

LAOTIE Electric Scooter [pdf] User Manual
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