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General Information

Control Panel : Various warning lights (to be explained in the manual) and battery charge status (fully charged 5 bar) are displayed on the control panel. If the battery is completely discharged, the battery indicator will flash red and the Scooter will turn off. You must press the button twice in order to switch between 3 driving modes. You can also control the driving modes of the Scooter, which has 3 driving modes, through the mobile app, and change the speed limits of the driving modes.

Cruise control: Electric Scooter offers cruise control. To activate or deactivate the cruise control, you can use the settings> cruise control> on-off or the cruise control button on the app home screen via the Mobile App. With the cruise control on, the constant throttle position is memorized for 6 seconds, and you will hear the cruise control running with a beep. You can pull your hand out of the gas after the beep. To deactivate the cruise control, simply press the gas or the brake again. Note: You can set the speed stabilizer activation through the app ( Mobile App> settings)

Regenerative Braking: Electric Scooter automatically activates the energy recycling system during braking (KERS) and offers a more effective deceleration, while regenerative braking prevents your acceleration and uses your kinetic energy for battery filling, if your cruise control is on. Attention: If you go downhill on a slope above the energy recovery capacity of the KERS system, this system will be disabled because the high speed charging of your battery can damage the battery life and the scooter can continue to accelerate even though the cruise control is on, in this case the scooter will excessive acceleration should be avoided.

Front Suspension System: Electric Scooter has a front shock absorber to protect the scooter from vibration on the road. If deep holes or speed humps are entered quickly, the shock absorber may not close until the end and completely dampen the impact on the road. For 90+ kg users, inflatable tires are recommended in case of use on rough roads.

Charging Scooter : Lift the rubber cover just behind the front wheel of the scooter, plug the power adapter into the charging port, put the rubber cover back on when charging is complete

Assembly & Set Up : Re-attach the scooter side stand with 2x m4 size bolts to its location shown on product overview no:13 and tighten the bolts with the appropriate allen wrench in your maintenence bag. Attach the handlebar to the body and lower the kickstand. Tighten the m6 bolts on both sides of the body with the hex wrench.After installation, say hello to your scooter by pressing the power button to check if it is working properly!

How to Ride : Turn on the scooter and check the power indicator, climb onto the scooter (step, deck, deck) with one foot and accelerate by slowly pushing yourself with the other. When the scooter starts moving, accelerate by turning the throttle lever and put both feet on the deck. Throttle will start working after 4 km / h speed. Tighten the brake lever to brake, the electronic brake on the front wheel (regenerative brake) mechanical disc brake on the rear wheel will slow you down.


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Safety Instructions

  • Be careful against security risks, do not ride in rainy weather, be careful on slippery roads.

  • Keep your speed between 4-8 km / h as you pass through speed bumps, elevator door sills, bumpy roads or other rough surfaces.

  • Gently bend your knee to overcome the said surfaces more comfortably.

  • Pay attention to roadside signs and tree branches.

  • When you are standing on the scooter, your height will be 15 cm longer than normal, you may not perceive this difference on the road and you can always hit your head while passing overhead obstacles such as door sills and treetops.

  • Always wear a helmet and slow down when approaching obstacles.

  • Do not accelerate when going downhill, or exceed the limited speed limit of 25 km / h when going downhill.

  • When descending downhill, the electric motor can make sudden braking above limit speeds. For this reason, never exceed 30 km / h downhill speeds.

  • Do not press the accelerator pedal while walking next to the scooter.

  • Always stay clear of obstacles.

  • Do not hang bags or other heavy things on the handlebar.

  • Always keep both feet on the deck. Do not try dangerous actions.

  • Do not drive in traffic lanes or settlements that are not allowed for scooters.

  • Do not turn the handlebars violently while driving at high speed.

  • Do not go through a puddle higher than 2 cm.

  • Do not drive with anyone, including children.

  • Do not keep your feet on the rear fender. Do not touch the disc brake.

  • Do not keep your hands away from the handlebars.

  • Do not try to climb up or down stairs and jump over obstacles.

  • This electric scooter is an entertainment device. However, when they are in the public area, they will be considered as vehicles and exposed to the risks faced by vehicles. For your safety, please follow the traffic laws and regulations specified by the government and regulatory agencies.

  • You should also understand that the risks cannot be completely avoided, as you may be exposed to traffic accidents, such as when walking or cycling, as others may violate traffic rules and go carelessly. The faster the scooter, the longer it takes to stop. On a smooth surface, the scooter can slide, lose balance and even cause a fall. For this reason, it is very important to be careful and keep the proper speed and distance, especially when you don't know the location.

  • Respect Pedestrian Crossing Rights. While driving, try not to frighten pedestrians, especially children. When you drive behind pedestrians, steal your bell to let them know and slow your scooter to pass their left (applies to countries where vehicles drive from the right). While riding amongst pedestrians, continue driving at low speed to the right of the road. As you pass through pedestrians, drive at the lowest speed or get out of the vehicle.

  • Follow the safety instructions in the manual closely, especially in countries where there are no laws and regulations regarding electric scooters. Bugıworks Teknoloji Sanayi İç Ve Dış Ticaret Limited Şirketi will not be responsible for financial losses, physical injuries, accidents, legal disputes and other conflicts of interest arising from actions that violate user instructions.

  • Do not lend to anyone who does not know how to use your scooter. When you lend your scooter to your friends, please make sure they know how to use it and wear the safety gear.

  • Check the scooter before each use. If loose parts, low battery warnings, flat tires, excessive wear, strange noises, malfunctions and other abnormal conditions are observed, stop driving immediately and contact the Hergele team to seek professional support.

Folding & Carrying

For dolding, make sure the Scooter is off. Unlock the folding mechanism to fold and twist the handlebar handle to hang the buckle on the rear fender. To open, push the bell trigger through the buckle of the buckle, sew the handlebar and lock the folding structure. Hold the handlebar handle with one hand or with both hands to carry it.

Daily Care & Maintenance

If you see spots on the body of the scooter, wipe it with a damp cloth. Do not use sandpaper or other abrasive materials to remove stains on plastic parts. Do not clean your lint with alcohol, gasoline, kerosene or other corrosive / volatile chemical solvents. Do not wash the scooter with high pressure water spray. 

During cleaning, make sure that the scooter is turned off, the charging cable is unplugged, and the rubber cover is closed because water leakage can cause electric shock or other major problems.

When the scooter is not in use, keep it closed where it is dry and cool. Do not leave it out for a long time. Excessive sunlight, overheating and overcooling speed up the aging of the tires and jeopardize the life of the scooter and battery pack.

Battery Maintenance

  1. Use original battery packs, use of other models or brands may cause safety problems.

  2. Do not touch the contacts. Do not disassemble or pierce the case. Keep contacts away from metal objects to prevent short circuit, which can cause battery damage, even injury and death.

  3. Use the original power adapter to prevent potential damage or fire.

  4. Incorrect use of used batteries can cause great harm to the environment. To protect the natural environment, please follow local regulations to properly dispose of used batteries.

  5. Fully charge the battery after each use, so that your battery lasts longer. Do not place the battery in an environment with an ambient temperature higher than 45 ° C or lower than -15 ° C (eg do not leave the scooter or battery pack in a vehicle with direct sunlight for an extended period of time). Do not throw the battery pack into a fire; it may cause the battery to malfunction, overheat the battery, and even another fire. If the scooter is expected to remain idle for more than 30 days, please fully charge the battery and put it in a dry cool place. Remember to charge the battery every 60 days to protect it from possible damage beyond the limited warranty. To extend the life of the battery, always charge the battery before consuming it. The battery pack performs better at normal temperature and is weak when below 2 ° C. For example, when it is below 2 ° C, the driving distance is normally only half or less. When the temperature rises, the driving range is restored. For detailed information, please refer to the Mobile App.

  6. Damage caused by a long-left battery is irreversible and is not covered by the limited warranty. The battery cannot be recharged after damage has occurred. (Non-professionals are prohibited from disassembling the battery pack as it may cause electric shock, short circuit or even major safety accidents)

Disc Brake Adjustments

If the brake is too tight, use your proper hex wrench to loosen the screws on the caliper and send the brake cable back slightly to shorten the exposed wire length, then tighten the screws. If the brake is too loose, loosen the screws and pull out the brake cable slightly to extend the exposed length, then tighten the screws.

Handlebar Adjustments

If the handlebar and its body are shaking while driving, unlock the folding mechanism, tighten the cover on the right, close the folding lock back. While the folding lock is closing, it should be forced into place by a little bit, if it is very easy to tighten, tighten the right-hand cover a little more, if it is very difficult to fit, loosen the right-hand door a little.

Trademark & Legal Statement

Hergele Electric Scooter is a registered trademark of Hergele Electric Scooters (hereinafter referred to as Hergele). Hergele reserves all rights of the trademark. This guide contains all the functions and instructions. However, the actual product may vary due to improved functions and design. Please scan the QR code on the back cover for the latest user manual.

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy; If it is not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio communications. If this equipment causes harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be detected by turning the device off and on, it is recommended that the user attempt to correct the interference using one or more of the following measures:
- Change the direction or location of the receiver antenna.
- Increase the distance between the device and receiver.
- Consult the seller for professional assistance.

EU Declaration of Conformity

Battery recycling information for the European Union
Packages for batteries or batteries are labeled according to the European Union Directive 2006/66 / EC on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators. The Directive sets out the framework for the return and recycling of used batteries and accumulators, valid throughout the European Union. This label is applied to various batteries to indicate that the battery will not be disposed of, but will be recovered at the end of its lifetime in accordance with this Directive.
In accordance with the European Directive 2006/66 / EC, batteries and accumulators are labeled to indicate that they will be collected separately and recycled at the end of their lifetime. The label on the battery may also contain a chemical symbol for the battery-related metal (Pb for lead, Hg for mercury and Cd for cadmium). Users of batteries and accumulators should not dispose of batteries and accumulators as unsorted municipal waste, but should use the collection frame available to customers for the return, recycling and processing of batteries and accumulators. Customer involvement is important in minimizing the potentially dangerous effects of batteries and accumulators on the environment and human health, due to their potential effects.

Directive on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
Herberg Electric Scooter declares that the wireless equipment complies with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2014/53 / EU.