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When Riding on Bike or Multi-Use Trails, Pay Attention to the Exact Wording of the Signs if Any. “No Motor Vehicles”. Does Not Ban an E-Bike if, Your State Does Not Define an E-Bike as a Motor Vehicle.
...If A Sign Says “No Motorized Vehicles”, Then Your E-Bike May Not Be Allowed on the Trail.
Or Maybe You will Have To Pedal Without the Motor To Be Legal, Then Hit the Electric when No One is Around.
The Derailleur Shifting Systems on Bicycles and Tricycles Should only Be Shifted while Pedaling Forward. It’s Impossible to Shift while Stopped.
When You’re Pedaling, the Chain Moves from One Set of Sprockets to Another. They All Make a Little Clunk Nosie.
The Reason for this is, the First and Second Gear are Harder to Shift Too, Because They are the Biggest Sprockets and the Chain has to Move the Most.
Electric Bikes and Tricycles Are Not Designed to Move from a Dead Stop, as that Puts the Biggest Strain on Both the Motor and the Battery.
Pedaling from a Dead Stop and Then Applying a Little Throttle is the Suggested Way to Ride an Electric Vehicle.
...If There Are No Bike Lanes When You Go Riding And if It's Legal in Your Area, Try And Stay on The Sidewalks.
Sidewalk Riding is Safer Than A Busy Road; However, It Does Make You Vulnerable To Cars Pulling Out of Parking Lots And Driveways. And You're Threatening Pedestrians on The Sidewalks, By Riding to Fast.
So When You Approach Pedestrians, Driveways And Busy Intersections ...Slow Down.
And If You Ride At Night, Use Headlights. It's The Law! And Always Ride with The Flow of Traffic, Not Against It.
...If You're Cycling Against Traffic And A Car is Making A Right Turn From A Side Street, Parking Lot or a Driveway, In Most Cases There Not Expecting You Riding To Their Right. There Looking Left for Oncoming Traffic.
...Riding Against Traffic is Against The Law And You Can Get Ticketed for It. Especially, If You Get Hit.
...Even Though No Driver License Is Required, Most States Such As California Say "Motorized Bicycle Shall Only Be Operated By A Person 16 Years Of Age Or Older." You Are Solely Responsible For Knowing And Obeying The Laws Which Pertain To You.
Low Speed Electrically Driven Bicycle Is Considered A "Bicycle" And The Laws Of Bicycles Apply If: Electrically Driven Bicycle Has Less Than 750 Watt Motor, Functional Pedals And The Maximum Speed Is Less Than 20 mph.
The Federal Law Shall Supersede Any State Law or Requirement with Respect To Low-Speed Electric Bikes. This is Provided As Help Only And Does Not Constitute Legal Advice.
Taking Care of Your Batteries
...In Order To Let Your Batteries Reach Their Best Performance. After You Receive Your Electric Bicycle, Its Suggested That You Do a “Break-In” Cycle. So Please Read on My Web Site "Taking Care of Your Batteries".
...After the “Break-In” Period, Your Batteries will Perform There Maximum Performance. And Don't Worry If They Get Warm During The Recharging Process, Its Normal.
...Average Battery Life Depends on The Conditions and Use. Even with Suitable Care, Rechargeable Batteries Do Not Continue Forever.
...The Life of The Battery Is Decreases A Small Percentage Every Time You Discharge and Recharged The Battery.
...Consequently, Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Batteries Have A Shorter Life Span Than Lithium Batteries.
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