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Keep Your Electric Three-Wheeler Safe!
Electric three-wheelers are intended for multiple uses. Therefore, it is impossible to warn against every possible accident that might happen. However, you should be aware of certain warnings and safety tips to avoid accidents.
Use service brake to control speed on steep grades
Reduce speed on uneven roads
Follow the safety rules such as speed established in a particular area you are driving
Read all the warnings and safety precautions on the vehicle label or manual
Be careful when pedestrians are walking across or on the road
Drive with caution over loose terrain
Take extra care while taking sharp or blind turns
Make sure you reduce speed in wet areas
Maintain adequate distance between the vehicle
Keep records up to date with vehicles maintenance and have it serviced periodically
Make sure you replace the damaged parts and do not miss any warning labels
Do a test drive after vehicle’s maintenance in a safe area free from pedestrian or vehicular traffic
Make sure you get the vehicle repaired if it doesn’t perform properly
Check the polarity of each battery terminal and make sure that batteries are rewired correctly
Make sure you get your vehicle repaired from qualified mechanics
Charging cycle of batteries generate hydrogen gas which is explosive in concentration as low as 4%. Also, hydrogen is lighter than air and needs proper ventilation
You should not charge your vehicle in an area around spark or flame-like furnaces or gas water heaters.
Use the battery charger mentioned for your vehicle for long-lasting service.
Install and operate the chargers aligned with the charger manufacturer’s recommendations or application electrical code
Electric Three-wheeler Maintenance and Service Tips
Maintenance and Service Part
Tips and Tricks
Avoid the following to extend lithium-ion battery life:
● Charging the battery to 100%, 80% charge is better
● Avoid aggressive braking
● Do not expose battery to extreme cold or heat
● Multiple in-vehicle devices consumes more battery
● Over and under-charging your battery
Cooling systems help manage temperatures and burdens on the battery.
Always check the coolant system and use the coolant recommended for your EV.
Tyres will low pressures are unsafe to drive and also affects the range
● Make sure your tyres are in good shape
● Check the tyre pressure and tyre condition for better performance
Tip: Check the tyre condition by inserting a coin. If half of the coin enters inside the treads of tyre then the pressure is correct. Otherwise, replace your tyres.
Air filter/Air Conditioning System
● Let your Air conditioning system be serviced by a professional
● EV air filter to help reduce pollen, road dust, and dirt, you should replace them after every 2-3 years.
EV charging station
You will find Level 1, Level 2, and DC Fast Charging Systems at the charging station, and each require its own maintenance.
● DC fast-charging system: They need regular maintenance as they are fitted with a unique cooling system. They are used for commercial and non-residential use.
● Level 1 EVSE system: You can easily clean it with a damp cloth and dish detergent.
● Level 2 EVSE system: You can easily replace the OEM components and install an entirely new charging unit.
*Disclaimer: The safety guidelines are gathered from multiple manufacturers’ guidelines. Please contact your respective manufacturer for more information.
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