The Quingo team have written a helpful guide on how to charge your Air, Compact or Powerbase using both the old and new style chargers. We’ll be discussing other models in the near future so be sure to keep an eye on the Quingo Scooter Users blog. We have also written more of an overview on charging your Quingo which you may also find useful.
The Quingo Scooters team have written an express guide to provide some detailed charging advice for your Quingo Flyte, Plus, Classic and Vitess 2 and how to get the best performance from their batteries. If you are a Quingo Air, Compact or Powerbase user, then please see our previous blogpost on charging for these models. If you’re looking for a charging guide on the Quingo Toura and Vitess please stay up to date with the Quingo Scooter Users blog as this will be uploaded soon.
The Quingo team want you to get the most out of your scooter. A crucial part of this is having your Quingo 5 wheel scooter serviced so as to ensure it remains in top condition.
The Quingo team want to make sure you know how to get the most out of your scooter’s battery and make it last as long as possible when you are out and about.
What is the maximum range of my Quingo?
Quingo scooters are designed to meet the needs of our users, so our scooters last as long as possible when on the go. The size of your model will affect the maximum range. This is because bigger models such as the Toura and the Vitess have a larger batteries.