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Lithium-Ion Battery Safety Guidelines with Jason Kraft

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Watch our Lithium-ion Battery Safety video

Electric bikes have become a popular mode of transportation for many people. They offer the convenience of cycling without the need for excessive physical exertion. One of the main reasons for their popularity is the use of lithium-ion batteries, which are lightweight and provide long-lasting power. However, it's important to remember that lithium-ion batteries come with a set of safety guidelines that every electric bike owner must follow.

At Electric Bike Store, we want to help spread awareness about these guidelines to ensure the safety of all electric bike owners. To achieve this, we've created a public service announcement video and an accompanying PDF that outlines the essential safety guidelines for lithium-ion batteries. Check out Jason's video for tips on securing your battery and ensuring the utmost safety:

The first and most critical guideline is to ensure that you only use the charger supplied with your electric bike. Using a different charger can result in overheating and even explosions. It's also important not to leave your battery charging for extended periods. Always unplug your charger when the battery is fully charged.

Another essential guideline is to avoid exposing your lithium-ion battery to extreme temperatures. High temperatures can cause the battery to overheat, while low temperatures can cause it to lose charge faster. Always store your battery in a cool, dry place and avoid exposing it to direct sunlight or extreme heat.

It's also important to note that lithium-ion batteries are sensitive to impact and physical damage. Dropping your battery or subjecting it to heavy pressure can cause it to malfunction or even explode. Always handle your battery with care and ensure that it's securely mounted on your bike.

Finally, it's important to dispose of your lithium-ion battery correctly. Never throw it in the trash or dump it in the environment. Lithium-ion batteries contain toxic chemicals that can harm the environment and pose a significant hazard to public safety. Instead, take it to a designated battery recycling center and dispose of it safely.

At our Electric Bike Store, we care about our customers' safety, and we want to ensure that every electric bike owner follows these essential safety guidelines. We urge you to watch our video above and download our Lithium-Ion Battery Safety PDF to learn more about safety precautions. By following these guidelines, you can enjoy the convenience of your electric bike while keeping yourself and others safe.

Have additional questions or concerns? Feel free to give us a call at 800.215.1976 or email us at We're here to help any which way we can!

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